American Eskimo Dog
The American Eskimo dog is a sweet, lively, and loving dog. Popularly known as the “Eskie” or “the dog beautiful”, the American Eskimo Dog is one of the most striking and colorful dogs you would ever meet.
Originally bred as a member of the Spitz family in Germany, the American Eskimo Dog has continually maintained its original character as a watchdog and companion. This is why it maintains a territorial nature. It gained fame in America as a circus performer in the 1930s and 1940s. He is very warm and lively around family and friends but cares less about strangers.
The American Eskimo Dog is a small dog with an average weight of 10 to 30 pounds. The breed comes in three different sizes – toy dog, miniature, and standard-sized dogs. The size category may influence differences in weight respectively.
One of the most striking features of the American Eskimo Dog is its high intelligence. It is very smart, witty, and great with children. The American Eskimo Dog also loves exercises and lack of enough energy-filled exercises may leave him frustrated. Above all, it is a great companion and with help from a trainer, first-time dog trainers have a great shot at the American Eskimo Dog.