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American Eskimo

  • Between Children – 8/10
  • Trainability – 9/10
  • Exercise Need – 7/10
  • Energy Level – 9/10
  • Acting – 7/10
  • Between Other Dogs – 5/10
  • Between Other Animals – 5/10
  • Protectionism – 6/10
  • Average Life Time – 5/10


American Eskimo dogs are members of a northern dog family called Spitz. With its fur-like fox features and tails, American Eskimos, one of the most well-known among northern dogs, has been able to attract attention for years with both beautiful images and loving characters.

It is not known exactly where the origins of American Eskimo dogs come from. Considering that dogs of the Spitz breed are mostly of German origin, the American Eskimo breed is also estimated to come from Germany.

American Eskimo dogs were used as show dogs in circuses in the USA in the 19th century. This race, which is very successful thanks to its ability to learn a lot of numbers in a short time and its athletic body, has managed to become popular in a short time thanks to its reputation in the circus.

Weight – Dimensions

American Eskimo dogs can weigh up to 18 kilograms and 48 centimeters in length.

Average Life Time

The average life expectancy of this breed is 14 years.


American Eskimo dogs, who affect people with their character as well as their hearts with their appearance, love intelligent, playful, and tiring exercises. Also, American Eskimo dogs, which are unexpectedly protective of themselves, can be used as watchdogs.

Under the lovely images of American Eskimo dogs lies a monster. These dogs, which have a very high energy level, can easily get bored if they do not exercise properly, and then they start barking everything in the house. Then, by running around in the house, turning the surrounding objects into toys, great chaos occurs.

American Eskimo dogs can learn very easily. This race, which can grasp both command training and games very comfortably, allows its owners to spend a lot of fun.

You should never leave American Eskimo dogs alone, as they are very social and afraid of being alone. It is very important not to be alone for a long time during the day.


Although it can live in any environment, it is recommended to be fed especially in cold climates. This breed, who loves to play with snow, likewise loves to play with water.

American Eskimo dogs are not recommended to be fed outside the home.

Between Children

American Eskimo dogs, who get along very well with everyone, can also get along well with children. It is among the favorite races of children, especially thanks to its high energy levels.

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