Alaskan Klee Kai

Alaskan Klee Kai

Alaskan Klee Kai


The Alaskan Klee Kai is very much like the Alaskan Husky. The only real difference between the two breeds is that the Alaskan Klee Kai is smaller than the Husky. They only get to a size of about 10 to 25 pounds. It depends on which of the three main sizes you choose: Toy, Miniature, or Standard.


If you let your Alaskan Klee Kai out in the backyard to play and roam, make sure the yard is very securely fenced. This dog is known partly for its ability to escape enclosed areas. They have a great amount of energy so it would be hard for them to get bored with escape endeavors.


Thankfully for the owners, the Alaskan Klee Kai remains pretty healthy for its entire life. It has a strong immune system, and has no particular susceptibilities to any certain illnesses or infections. Owners will want to get the regular vaccinations and such, but Huskies are unlikely to catch anything out of the ordinary.


The characteristics of the Alaskan Klee Kai are much like those of their bigger brothers, the Huskies. They have very distinct faces that often look as if they're just masks pasted onto the dog's face. They are truly beautiful on the outside, and more often than not, they are very friendly to strangers. They are overall lovely dogs.


They are known to shed a bit more than average, so your Alaskan Klee Kai will require regular brushing to help minimize the level of shedding. Other than that, the dog will not require frequent bathing. It is advised to use a dry shampoo if necessary, but a full bath if the dog is completely filthy.


The Alaskan Klee Kai is another dog breed with exceptional intelligence. Their bodies are quick enough to match the pace of their thought. The two combined together make for a dog that is very quick to pick up on things, and then immediately act upon what they observe. They are also big fans of attention.


To get the Alaskan Klee Kai to the perfect level of social friendliness and good behavior, you will want to start as early as possible in teaching them. Let them get used to people as puppies, and start them on a firm training regimen. They will learn if you are respectful and keep them in line.