american eskimo dog breeders
The Eskie, is a member of the Spitz group and one of the most ancient of the dog families, dating back almost 6,000 years. He was bred to guard people and property and, therefore, is territorial by nature and an excellent watch dog. He is very loyal to his family and is known for being gentle and playful with children. He is energetic, alert and intelligent.
The American Eskimo Dog comes in three different sizes - Standard, Miniature, and Toy.
For more information about this breed, see the Breed Info section.
National Best of Breed - National Grand Champion NAEDA - Oct 07
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Photo courtesy of Hamilton American Eskimos
AMERICAN ESKIMO DOG BREEDERS BY REGION
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Breeder of Quality CKC & UKC Registered Toy & Miniature American Eskimo's and White Pomeranians in British Columbia, Canada.
Our Eskimo's are Prcd-pra clear pattern A. The American Eskimo is a loving and loyal companion. They are brave and very eager to please. They are most known for their intelligence and high trainability.
Our Eskies come from breeders in Canada that have spent years testing for hip, elbow and prcd-pra issues. After generations of breeding for excellence, our goal is to continue to raise quality dogs that have exceptional temperaments, conformation and health.
For further details, visit our website at: www.cbstoyamericaneskimos.com
- CB'S TOY & MINIATURE AMERICAN ESKIMOS (see Photo Advertisement.)
- Paula's Polar Pups Reg'd. (Miniatures & Toys)
- Hamilton American Eskimos (Standards only)
- Wachusett American Eskimos (Standards only)
None listed at this time.
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