The Alaskan Klee Kai is a smaller version of the Alaskan Husky, though it physically resembles the Siberian Husky. It is between 10-40 pounds (4.3-18 kg.), comes in 3 size varies, and 3 color choices.
Alaskan Klee Kai's shed, bark, and have a high energy level, therefore not making them ideal choices for everyone. However, if in an appropriate home, the Klee Kai can be a wonderful companion. They are friendly but somewhat reserved with strangers. Docile and very loving.
Height: Standard 15-17.5 inches (38-42 cm.)
Height: Miniature 13-15 inches (33-39 cm)
Height: Toy under 13 inches (33 cm.)
Weight: Standard 23 pounds (10 kg.)
Weight: Miniature 15 pounds (7 kg.)
Weight: Toy under 10 pounds (4.3 kg.)
The breed has little health problems.
Because of there size, these dogs can live in an apartment, but a house with at least a small yard is recommended.
These dogs should be exercised regularly, however, are not as
dependant on exercise as their larger relatives.
Unknown yet, but 14 years is a good estimate
Average of 1 - 3 puppies
This breed sheds and should be combed and brushed on a regular basic. This breed is an average shedder.
The Alaskan Klee Kai has a lot of Alaskan and Siberian Husky, as well as small amounts of American Eskimo in some dogs. They were developed in the 70's and are a relatively new breed. They were bred to be companions and numbers are increasing.
UKC, ARBA, CKC, NKC, APRI, ACR
· 1 decade ago