What is the difference between a toy American eskimo dog and a standered American eskimo dog?
The size. The only difference is in size.
Toy: 9-12 inches and 6-10 lbs
Miniature: 12-15 inches and 10-17 lbs
Standard: 15-20 inches and 18-25 lbs
They are two different breeds.
Spitz is actually not a bread of dog. Spitz and Samoyed are Just Diffrent Names For The American Eskimo. WRONG! A spitz dog is more like a category of dogs(usally one bred to pull sleds) like the: Malumute Pomeranian Greenland dog American eskimo finish spitz An American eskimo is a type of spitz
Yes, there is a big difference. An American Eskimo Dog is similar to a Samoyed and different in many ways. One of the big ones is that an Eskie is much, much smaller in size than a Samoyed is. They do sort of look alike, though. I own a Samoyed myself, and they are completely different dogs.
What is the difference between an American eskimo dog and a Japanese spitz and Do they behave any different because i really want an american eskimo but can not get one as i am in the uk?
All dogs have different personality. Therefore, you should just look at both kinds and see who you like beter.
Other names for the American Eskimo Dog are Spitz Standard Eskimo Dog Miniature Eskimo Dog Toy Eskimo Dog Eskie
Any carnivore can eat an American Eskimo Dog.
No, the American Eskimo dog is not very popular in Germany.
my american eskimo is almost 17 and is perfectly healthy.
The American Eskimo Dog go its name because it the American breed of the type of dog. The dog got the Eskimo part of its name because it has a very thick coat that can withstand the environment that Eskimo live in.
The American Eskimo dog has a fluffy fur texture.
American Eskimo Dogs are vertebrates.
They are not the same breed, or even closely related. They look similar, but they are completely different. The best way to tell the differences is to do close research on your own.
No, the American Eskimo dogs don't require a lot of grooming.
Toy American Eskimo weigh 6-10lbs full grown.
The American Eskimo came from the country Germany south Germany actually.
Yes, the American Eskimo Dog is prone to skin allergies
Well there are three different sizes of American Eskimo dogs. There is toy, miniature and standard. Your toy will be between 6 and 10 pounds, miniature: 10-20 and standard: 18-35.
When the American Eskimo dog is groomed their nails need to be done, their fur brushed, and the ears cleaned.
If they have been properly trained and have a dominant owner, then yes, American Eskimo dogs can and probably will be nice.
No, the American Eskimo Dog has a low tolerance of heat. It has a dense undercoat which insulates heat.
Puppies can go into heat anywhere between 6 and 14 months of age, my American Eskimo is 7 months old and is having her first cycle. if they have not had their first cycle by 14 months she should be taken to a veterinarian...
An igloo is a house made of ice and eskimos are the native people of Alaska (who were known to live in igloos)
Go for it! They are so awesome! DO AN AMERICAN ESKIMO RESCUE! Or go to your local shelter, rescue, or humane society.
No, the American Eskimo Dog only comes in a white or white & biscuit colour. This breed should not have mask markings.
The American Eskimo Dog lives in homes in different countries in the world. If you mean to ask what its origins are, it is a German breed.
Yes, the American Eskimo Dog was recognized by the AKC in 1994. This dog breed is in the Non-Sporting Group.
No, the American Eskimo Dog sheds heavily, making them unsuitable as pets for people allergic to dogs.
You may be referring to the American Natives and the Eskimos or Inuit tribe. Their difference lies in the lands they inhabit and cultural variances. Other than that, both are from the mongoloid races of Asia where they expanded their exploration into this continent when the Bering Straight was still above water, ages ago.
I have an American Eskimo that is turning 14 this month-Sept. 09. (or if you asked her, she's 98!) She is healthy as can be too!
There is no information on whether American Eskimo Dogs enjoy swimming. However, many dogs, given the chance, do enjoy swimming.
Yes, except for the chance of allergies, American Eskimo Dogs tend to be very healthy dogs. With the proper care, at least.
Short answer, no. The American Eskimo Dog has been found to have some dogs who have hip dysplasia, but it is not a common thing for the breed.
The American Eskimo dog is a domesticated breed. They don't live in the wild. They live next to humans, frequently in their homes if they aren't "outdoor" dogs. American Eskimo dogs prefer milder climates, as their thick fur can make hotter climates dangerous.
No, of course not. They have American Eskimo (Dog) hair.
depends Eskimo dogs if you train them right they can be gentle and kind
Yes. In fact, American Eskimo Dogs tend to shed a lot of fur, so if that's not something you're prepared for, this is not the dog for you.
Yes, the American Eskimo Dog is good at tolerating the cold. It has a dense undercoat which insulates heat to keep it warm.
Yes. The American Eskimo Dog's undercoat is dense and its outer coat is made of longer guard hair growing through the undercoat.
The American Eskimo Dog is prone to have seasonal allergies, among other allergies, so skin infections can be a side effect of this.
The American Eskimo Dog is prone to have seasonal allergies, among other allergies, so eye infections can be a side effect of this.
The American Eskimo Dog is prone to have seasonal allergies, among other allergies, so ear infections can be a side effect of this.
The main component of the American Eskimo diet is protein. This diet is rich in protein such as fish, deer, walrus and whale. Their diet is low in carbohydrates.
It is a small version of the american eskimo dog.
No. They are not hypoallergenic.
not enough info...
It depends on who you get it from.
About 5 puppies.
They American eskimo dogs stay pregnant 64-65 days or two months. This is the same average time that all dogs stay pregnant.
They can be, yes. However, American Eskimo Dogs have a very dominant personality. This can make it hard for an inexperienced or submissive owner to have a well behaving or affectionate dog.