The Alaskan Klee Kai breed was developed in
Alaska By Linda Spurlin to be a companion sized
version of the Alaskan Husky. The Alaskan
Husky was the foundation of the Alaskan Klee
Kai, with a touch of Siberian Husky, Schipperke
and American Eskimo dog. The breed is about
30 years old and is still extremely rare, due to a
strict breeding program.
Alaskan Klee Kai are one of the rare dog breeds
recognized by the United Kennel Club.
The mask is the most distinctive characteristic.
Hight is measured from the withers (top of the
shoulders) to the ground. AKK come in three
sizes toy, miniature and standard. Breeders can
not guarantee the adult size of a puppy.
Toy: Up to and including 13 inches about 10lbs
Miniature: Over 13 inches up to and including 15
inches about 10 to 15lbs
Standard: Over 15 inches up to and including 17
inches about 15 to 23lbs
Life Span is about 12 to 16 years
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