Small, smart, and energetic, the Alaskan Klee Kai is a relatively new breed that looks like a smaller version of the Siberian Husky, and even the name “Klee Kai” comes from an Inuit term meaning “small dog.” While Alaskan Klee Kais may resemble larger Husky breeds, they have some key differences, especially when it comes to temperament, that distinguish it from its ancestor working class dogs of the north. This breed is more suited to the life of a companion, though the Alaskan Klee Kai shares the high energy of the Huskies and demands plenty of exercise. They also tend to be shy around strangers and are prone to expressing their emotions with whines and barks. An inexperienced owner would find it difficult to take on the challenge of caring for an Alaskan Klee Kai, but for an owner who keeps up with training and physical activity, this breed is sweet, loyal, and happy to shower loved ones with affection. See below for full list of Alaskan Klee Kai characteristics!Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Breed Pictures Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Breed Information & Pictures – DogtimeInitiate Gallery Additional articles you will be interested in:AdoptionChoosing The Best Dog NameBringing Home Your DogTraining To Walk On-LeashHousetraining PuppiesFeeding A PuppyIndoor Activities For DogsTeaching Your Dog TricksHow To Take Pictures Of Your Dog

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Key Vitals of Alaskan Klee Kai Dog
Name Dog Breed Group Height Weight Life Span
Alaskan Klee Kai Dog Companion Dogs 13 to 17 inches 10 to 15 pounds 12 to 16 years