Alaskan Klee Kai: Dog Breed Description

The Alaskan Klee Kai appeared in the 1970s in Alaska, due to its appearance it received a second name – a smaller version of the Alaskan husky. This breed is relatively new and was officially recognized in 1997. Alaskan Klee Kai comes in three sizes: toy, miniature and standard.


The most interesting feature of this breed is its external resemblance to the husky. Alaskan Klee Kai is very affectionate, loyal to others and incredibly active.


The Alaskan Klee Kai is an intelligent, loyal and agile dog. Loves attention and communication. The owners warn of the approach of strangers in advance and barks loudly. These dogs are sometimes called “talkers” because they can mimic the sounds of a human voice when they want attention. Get along well with children and pets.

Wool and care

Since Klee Kai is originally from Alaska, it has a double layer of thick wool. Particularly beautiful and heavy fur is found on the neck (collar) and tail. It is enough to cut the dog twice a year. Wool requires dry cleaning, while bathing it is advisable to use dry shampoo and only if absolutely necessary. This breed, as far as is known, practically does not get sick.


Alaskan Klee Kai is very obedient, easy to train, loves to communicate. During training, you should pay attention to the constant repetition and sequence of actions.


For the good development of the Alaskan Klee Kai, a securely fenced yard is best suited. They are well developed and can jump high, so the fence should be high enough and set into the ground to prevent digging. You need to walk and communicate with the mini-husky every day, at this time you can train him.

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