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American Eskimo Dog

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Weight
6-40 lbs
Height
9-19 inches
Color(s)
white, or white with biscuit cream
Overview
The exact origin of this breed is unknown, although it is widely believed this companion dog originated in the United States by German immigrants in the 20th century. A Member of the Spitz family, the American Eskimo Dog comes in three different varieties: toy, miniature, and standard. They became extremely popular in the 1930's and 1940's as a circus performer.
Character
Commonly referred to as the Eskie, this breed is compact and strong. A Nordic type dog, they are exceedingly agile and alert. They are considered to be one of the most intelligent of all dog breeds. The American Eskimo Dog is well balanced, hardy, and known for their longevity. This versatile breed possesses outstanding working skills, and makes a lovely companion.
Temperament
Bred solely to be companions, the American Eskimo Dog thrives on being part of the family. This charming and playful breed is excellent with children, and loves to be lavished with attention. They are suspicious and wary of strangers and make good guardians of their family and home. They love to bark and will sound the alarm whenever they deem it necessary. This breed does not do well if left alone for extended periods of time or if they are isolated, as they will engage in destructive activities.
Care
This breed requires firm bristle brushing twice weekly to prevent tangles and mats. Daily brushing may be necessary when they are shedding. They have drier skin than most other breeds; so bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary. The American Eskimo Dog is prone to hip dysplasia, cataracts, and progressive retinal atrophy.
Coat
The American Eskimo Dog has a glorious standoff double-coat. The under coat is dense with a longer coat of guard hair that grows through to form the outer coat. The outer coat is straight with no wave or curl. There is a profuse ruff around the neck. The backs of the front and rear legs are well feathered. The coat color is white, or white with cream or biscuit markings. This breed is an average shedder that "blows" their coat twice a year.
Training
The American Eskimo Dog is easy to train and eager to please. This breed is highly talented in obedience trials. It is crucial they have early socialization to prevent aggression later in life. Training must be done with firmness, fairness, consistency, and positive reinforcement. The American Eskimo Dog is quite gifted in guarding, performing tricks, competitive obedience, agility, and narcotics detection.
Activity
This breed must have regular daily exercise. They enjoy securely leashed walks or playing in an enclosed yard. The American Eskimo Dog is active indoors and has a busy nature. They benefit immensely from family play sessions. They will do okay in an apartment provided they are sufficiently exercised and paid attention to.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of American Eskimo Dog puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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J&W Country Puppies
Member Since: July 2009
Location: Portland, Oregon
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We live on a large 60 acer ranch that allows all of our dogs plenty of running room even when they are in there kennel they still have plenty of room to run with each kennel being a little more than 1300 square feet thats the size of an average size house. We also have a very large family with lots...

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Anonymous asked:

3/10/2015 9:08:20 PM

3/10/2015 9:08:20 PM

What's the difference between an American Eskimo and a Schipperke?

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Anonymous

The American Eskimo and the Schipperke are two completely different breeds of dogs. The American Eskimo is a small Spitz-type companion dog originating in Germany while the Schipperke is a small Spitz-type/Herding-type working dog originating in Belgium. Although they look the same, they are not. The A.E.D is a playful fun-loving little dog that enjoys children and are very intelligent. While the Schipperke is a feisty little dog that is know for it's protective nature to it's owners, very intelligent and hard working, the little Schipperke never backs down and is always on alert.
3/11/2015 9:35:24 AM

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2/26/2015 4:11:43 AM

2/26/2015 4:11:43 AM

I had an Eskimo that I had bought from a pet store as a purebred, however he was black with a few white markings. He was the most intelligent dog that I have ever seen and could think as a person. We were told that it is a throw back and breeders destroy these pups, normally. Do true purebreds come in black, too?

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Anonymous

I have never seen a black American Eskimo puppy ever. The only coloration deemed acceptable in the breed is white. However, it could be true as there are other throw back colors in other breeds. I would contact an established breeder and ask them this question as they would know more about the breed itself.
2/26/2015 4:22:50 PM

Anonymous asked:

5/23/2014 10:08:57 PM

5/23/2014 10:08:57 PM

My escamo is female 10 yrs she gaging and spiting up it was on antibiotics and was ok now its doing She was always in good health ever since we got a pomerainian puppy i am not sure if its related

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Anonymous

The best thing to do is to take your dog back to the vet. It could be as simple as her having something like a hair or blade of grass caught in her throat, to something more serious, to nothing at all. Sometimes dogs will gag is they drink too much water and sort of cough it back up. But a vet check is always the best way to start ruling out what it could be.
5/27/2014 9:44:29 AM

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4/24/2014 12:56:56 AM

4/24/2014 12:56:56 AM

Which is the best food for 6 week old American Eskimo puppy Which is the best food for 6 week old American Eskimo puppy?

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Anonymous

First off: Your puppy is too young to have left it's mother. Please, for the sake of the puppy and yourself, contact a positive reinforcement trainer as soon as possible. You are going to have a lot of work on your hands. As for food, the best food to get your puppy is a high quality grain-free puppy food. Your local pet store will have several brands for you to choose from.
5/1/2014 12:18:42 AM

Anonymous asked:

4/13/2013 2:46:29 PM

4/13/2013 2:46:29 PM

Are American Eskimo Dog's good with kids

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Anonymous

Yes, Eskies are amazing with families that have children. I have had my eskie for ten years and there are three kids in the house.
4/19/2013 4:35:49 PM

Anonymous

Yes, Eskies are good with kids. They love getting attention from kids and adults, getting played with, petted, etc. They were bred to be companion dogs. From, vet2b
5/11/2013 1:13:34 PM

Anonymous

After loving a dozen Eskies, they have taught me that they are kids, too. They treat everyone in the household as they would themselves, as a loving member of the home.
10/22/2013 11:49:28 PM

Anonymous

If you socialize them well, they can be. However, I have known otherwise very intelligent and friendly Eskies who are VERY uncomfortable with children, and bite them if they come too close.
6/24/2014 3:14:58 PM

Anonymous asked:

3/17/2013 9:33:40 PM

3/17/2013 9:33:40 PM

how much are eskies?

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The price depends on if the Eskie is from a shelter or from a breeder, usually shelters are cheaper, but breeders can be the same price.Eskies can cost a few hundred $$$ or sometimes over $1,000! But it will be worth it! from, vet2b
5/11/2013 1:17:15 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/5/2013 10:31:46 PM

2/5/2013 10:31:46 PM

How much is that doggy in the window how much are eskies

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It depends, some Eskies have champion bloodlines, those usually cost more. Usually, shelters are the cheapest place to get Eskies, but breeders can be expensive but they can be as cheap as shelters. On average, Eskies are around a few hundred $$$ to over $1,000. From, vet2b
5/11/2013 1:20:52 PM

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1/8/2013 8:29:16 PM

1/8/2013 8:29:16 PM

Eskimo dog size?????? Can anyone tell me why American Eskimo dog come in 3 different size?

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Eskies come in 3 size so owners can have different sized dogs that fits their life style. How they smaller Eskies is the breed an Eskie than they breed the smallest Eskie, than they breed that Eskie's smallest pup. That causes a smaller breed of Eskie! The sizes are Toy: 9-12" 6-10lbs. Miniature:12-15" 11-20 lbs. Standard:15-19" 20-40lbs. From, vet2b!
5/11/2013 1:27:24 PM

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1/6/2013 12:57:03 PM

1/6/2013 12:57:03 PM

my eskie is 15 yrs. old and he has always chewed on himself alot why?

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Anonymous

Maybe your dog has allergies?? Dogs unlike humans exhibit their Allergies through their skin. It can be a food allergy or to normal things in the enviornment like pollen! Although if the itching is really bad it can be mange and other mites..Bring up his itching the next time you are at the vet!
1/27/2013 4:14:36 PM

Anonymous

we notice our eskie will do this to her paws if she is bored or lonely. We have a special spray we use to stop her from doing this.
9/18/2013 12:56:19 PM

Anonymous

One of my male Eskies does this repetitive chewing of his forelimbs. Vet said this is how he calms himself down, like a pacifier. Sometimes, the chewing causing stains on his fur, so I wash him. If we give him some treat to chew, it averts his "nervous chewing."
10/22/2013 11:54:22 PM

Anonymous

When your dogs chews on himself..feed him raw steak..I raised Eskies for 50 years. I own the best eskies PERIOD..
12/19/2014 12:15:55 PM

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11/16/2012 2:09:39 PM

11/16/2012 2:09:39 PM

shaking and she hasn't barked since we got her Why do they shake so much. And do they always breathe so fast? Seems like she pants a lot too. She hasn't pooped since we had her (2 days). She is drinking fine and already is doing well in potty training but doesn't eat much.

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Anonymous

It sounds like your dog may be suffering from seperation anxiety. These dogs tend to shake when they are in uncomfortable situations. It took our Eskie several weeks to become more accepting of our family. Once they become adjusted, it's like they have always been there. In regards to the heavy breathing/panting, she's HOT! She is trying to cool herself off. We found during the summer and early fall it was best to shave our Eskie to help with the shedding and excessive heat.
12/5/2012 6:14:47 AM

Anonymous

sorry didnt see this sooner, they really arent a shaking breed like Chihuahua and not pooping on 2 days really isnt a plus either hope things have settled down for you on this. please feel free to contact me direct if you have more issues with this
12/13/2012 7:58:20 PM

Anonymous

PLEASE RESEARCH THE SHAVING OPTION. You need to use 100 SPF on exposed skin as they are prone to blister and skin cancer. They have NO pigment under that fur. Also, my vet says the coat actually keeps them cool counter to what intuition might expect. Mine eats ice cubes, which lowers her core temp. She LOVES them and often prefers them over a cookie. Also, the vet says it helps scrape tartar. Good luck.
12/18/2012 10:08:24 PM

Anonymous

She's nervous!!!!!!!!
2/14/2013 11:36:37 PM

Anonymous

Never shave and Eskie - it is actually very dangerous to have them outside without their fur. The underlayer is very important to keep.
12/28/2014 10:36:16 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/15/2012 7:02:43 PM

11/15/2012 7:02:43 PM

American Eskimo behaviour at home Will it be okay if we leave our American Eskimo puppy at home alone for around 7 hours?

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Anonymous asked:

11/10/2012 8:25:44 PM

11/10/2012 8:25:44 PM

What is the life expectancy of the American Eskimo Dog? Do they get mean later in life?

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I've had several American Eskimos and never a mean one later on in their life.All of my eskimos lived between 13 and 17 years. I just lost my last eskimo a week ago at age 16 and 2 months and its taken a toll on me. If you've got one or are getting one you won't regret it. They're a beautiful breed. Good Luck to you
11/19/2012 3:22:34 PM

Anonymous

No, they will not get mean. I have an eskie and he is 10. Their life expectancy is between 13 and 17 years old.
4/19/2013 4:38:07 PM

Anonymous

Eskies are truly intelligent, honorable and devoted companions. Their personality stays with them until they pass. It is a blessing that these amazing animals live longer than almost any other canine breed, because it is a heartache when your beloved companion leaves. I once met a man who had his Eskie for 17 plus years, and he was brought to tears by the sight of mine. He kept telling me that this beautiful Eskie in my arms is the best treasure.
10/23/2013 12:03:25 AM

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9/19/2012 8:35:20 PM

9/19/2012 8:35:20 PM

Please help!!! Does anyone know how to get an american eskimo to like another dog. We have had a... Please help!!! Does anyone know how to get an american eskimo to like another dog. We have had a black lab puppy for about 3 months now. My eskimo (Holly) is almost 3. She hates the lab! Growls at her ferocioiusly! We have to keep them seperated. Its horrible and I have about had it. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. thanks L.

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Anonymous

We had an American Eskimo cross and she hated all other dogs she met. Is this a trait in this breed?
10/19/2012 9:40:47 AM

Anonymous

Eskis often like to be in charge of the other dogs in their environment. The lab is probably too big for your eski to feel comfortable and you're concern or intervention is probably also causing problems. Two things you should be aware of: 1. The lab will submit and the Eski will accept it. 2. It may not be something you would care to watch. I would leave them to work it out with minor intervention correcting the Eski for biting. Eventually, the Eski won't feel put out about the lab and the lab will end up with some very clean ears. At least that is how it works here. Both of my 15lb Eskis run the 100lb lab and the male frequently wrestles with him. They are noisy, but there is no real animosity or biting.
10/23/2012 12:12:45 AM

Anonymous

I would also make sure that you give the Eskie her food first, if the Eskie comes over for attention, have one hand available for the Eskie. I made sure that my other dog knew that the Eskie got everything first and that really seemed to help.
12/7/2012 8:30:54 AM

Anonymous

My Eskie always felt uncomfortable around other dogs, and would frequently growl at them. He did much better with larger dogs though.
6/24/2014 3:17:33 PM

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9/12/2012 12:05:36 PM

9/12/2012 12:05:36 PM

I have had my Eski for about 2 months now. Her name is winter. Both my husband and I are worried... I have had my Eski for about 2 months now. Her name is winter. Both my husband and I are worried about her, she pees alot. She pees when she's excited, but she also pees any where she can find a spot. She has a kennel that she stays in during the day and during the night she pees alot - theres always a pubble of yellow smelly pee in the mornings. It seems like she pees almost every 15mins, and it smells really bad. Im not sure if this is normal but its effecting our family time with her. We have to wash her up almost every other day because of the pee that she lays in.

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Anonymous

you need to take her to the vet to see if she has an infection
9/20/2012 4:39:36 PM

Anonymous

My eskie puppy recently had the same problem. It turned out to be a UTI. Got him some anitbiotics and everything was all better.
10/1/2012 3:49:13 PM

Anonymous asked:

9/9/2012 6:39:04 PM

9/9/2012 6:39:04 PM

Does any one know if a American Eskimo Dog can start growing more teeth at the age 7

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9/6/2012 10:49:48 PM

9/6/2012 10:49:48 PM

My american Eskimo is 18 years old. This last few months she seems lost and tends to walk in... My american Eskimo is 18 years old. This last few months she seems lost and tends to walk in circles. I worry if it is getting close for her life to be coming to an end. When will I know?

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Anonymous

I just lost my Eski who was 1 month and 4 days shy of 17. I experienced the same with my Chloe. My vet finally told me it was past time for me to let her go.
9/8/2012 11:35:23 AM

Anonymous

I had the same happen to me with my eskie. She was 16 and 2 months and she did the circle thing, for a few weeks. She went into seizures and i had no choice but to let her go. She was also blind and a diabetic. You're very fortunate to have your eskie as long as you have. I lost her mom last year at age 17. Its taken a toll on me, I loved them so much. Its like losing your child. I'm looking to get a new puppy soon. Good luck with your baby.
11/19/2012 3:14:39 PM

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8/31/2012 9:42:46 AM

8/31/2012 9:42:46 AM

I have a miniature male Eskie who is almost 5 years old. His coat has never been as full as the... I have a miniature male Eskie who is almost 5 years old. His coat has never been as full as the pictures of Eskies that I see on the Web. He is healthy and well cared for as far as grooming goes. I have breeding papers for him so he is purebred. Is it unusual for his coat to be that way?

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yeah all eskimo dogs are like that
11/8/2012 2:13:25 PM

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8/31/2012 1:25:46 AM

8/31/2012 1:25:46 AM

I have a 5 month old American Eskimo puppy. I had two concerns. Currently, he is 14 pounds, and... I have a 5 month old American Eskimo puppy. I had two concerns. Currently, he is 14 pounds, and will probably grow to 20. Is he small enough to be fed the small breed blue buffalo puppy food, or should he be fed the regular blue buffalo puppy food? The regular blue buffalo puppy food doesn't sit well with his stomach, but I wanted to feed him a good brand so I thought I could try the small breed bag if he's not too big for it. >< My second concern was how much blue should I feed him? On his old food, he always acted like he was full, but when I switched to the regular true blue puppy food he acted like he was starving on the recommended amount. Any advice will be appreciated greatly! ^-^

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7/26/2012 12:01:38 PM

7/26/2012 12:01:38 PM

My Mini Eskie is 11 yrs old & lately he's been acting very strange. Over the past month or so... My Mini Eskie is 11 yrs old & lately he's been acting very strange. Over the past month or so he's wondering around all nt & then during the day sleepng in weird places (laundry rm, closet, etc). This week he's not eating but has diarrea (twice in house) plus vomiting. He's also snapping at our other dog. Does he need to see our vet or is this normal for him getting older?

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Anonymous

Please I hope he is still well, my baby girl died two weeks ago at the age of 11 - we don't know why and it was very unexpected. Take him to the vet
8/14/2012 10:12:33 PM

Anonymous

Your dog may be sick or have a disease. It is strongly advised that you take your Eskie to the vet to see if its okay.
11/15/2012 8:42:17 PM

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7/17/2012 9:28:09 PM

7/17/2012 9:28:09 PM

I want to get an Eskie. I live in an apartment and I am gone from 6:45 AM to 5:00 PM. I would be... I want to get an Eskie. I live in an apartment and I am gone from 6:45 AM to 5:00 PM. I would be able to get him out for exercise two to three times a day. I would worry about him alone during most of the day. I would worry about my apartment and furniture. I've had boxers before that didn't handle being alone very well and ruined some furniture. Does anyone have any advise and would you think it would be okay to get this breed if it'll be in an apartment? Ty ~ Hayley

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Anonymous

When I first bought Icee the Eskimo she was only 6 weeks, when my husband and were gone thru out the day the pet store told us to keep her in a small area so we cleaned the heck out I the bathroom and gave her food and water with a blanket and she was fine. But u do need to keep a potty patern so take it out in the morning and as soon as u get home and a few times before bed time. If u have a balcony or patio that's good too. I have 2 Eskimos the boy is 6 and the girl is 2 now when I'm at work I leave them in my room with food and water and because they sleep with me in my room they know not to pee in there :)
8/1/2012 12:22:08 AM

Anonymous

I would not recommend getting an Eskie if you are going to be gone that long. They are little balls of energy and they NEED exercise or they can become destructive. You really need to put in the time for them to trust you and become well trained. You may want a more low-key dog.
9/27/2012 12:31:14 AM

Anonymous

A Eskie needs to be socialize and he needs to be exercised, unless you have someone that can help you during the day, don't get one , won't be fair to him or to you. To the person who got a puppy milled dog from a pet store...those dogs need loving also but do not continue to support a horrid industry. Dogs should not be milled they should be bred in strict families that will rule out diseases that could happen and breed for love not money.. The horrid conditions a dog from a pet store come from are just gross, to say the least. Why do I know a pet store dog is milled, NO, absolutely NO reputable breeder would EVER sell to a store.
10/14/2012 7:56:11 PM

Anonymous

If you are going to be gone for almost 10 hours, I do not recommend getting an Eskie. They'll feel lonely and will easily destroy things. You should get a dog that can take care of itself on its own for even a long period of time.
11/15/2012 8:35:58 PM

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6/17/2012 3:22:35 PM

6/17/2012 3:22:35 PM

I am about to adopt a 4 year old Eskie (she'll be coming home with us in a few days). The... I am about to adopt a 4 year old Eskie (she'll be coming home with us in a few days). The shelter didn't have any information about her past as she was found as a stray. When we met her she was very friendly and calm but I was wondering if there are different approaches we need to take to train a grown Eskie? All I can find online is how to train and bring home Eskie puppies. Any advice?

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Anonymous

Training a grown eskie should be just as easy as training a puppy. Just be firm with displeasing activities. Do not leave them stray in your house at first when no one is home. My eskie has been trained and is well behaved but will still tear into anything he can find. He loves toy stuffing mostly, and I will find it all over my floors when I get home. Good luck! :)))
7/12/2012 11:52:30 PM

Anonymous

I required all my puppies to go to obedience school, and socialize. Eskies need to be in new circumstances and learn by it. Agility is super for Eskies, and is a great bonding time for you and them.
10/14/2012 7:57:38 PM

Anonymous

One thing to remember with an Eskie is to be firm but not as harsh as some dogs require. As with all dogs, consistency is key.
8/13/2014 11:35:04 PM

Anonymous asked:

6/2/2012 8:55:31 AM

6/2/2012 8:55:31 AM

Do American Eskimo Dogs shed alot? Are they friendly?

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Anonymous

Yes my eskie sheds a lot and it depends on who you get the dog from. My dog is very nice but sometimes people breed them to be what they are not
6/19/2012 9:41:49 PM

Anonymous

I have an eskie and I haven't noticed him shedding at all on my furniture/house/or bed BUT I do brush him daily.
9/27/2012 12:33:25 AM

Anonymous

Yes Eskies shed a lot. But their fur is easier to clean up than short haired shedders, and doesn't seem to make it's way into the furniture like short hair does. But grooming them is VERY time intensive, especially if you aren't willing to groom them faithfully every day. Eskies can be very friendly if you socialize them on a regular basis, and if you got them from a reputable breeder, not a backyard breeder or a pet store. My Eskie was very intelligent and loyal and loved the family, but we didn't know about socializing dogs back then. He was very wary around anyone who wasn't in the family, and he absolutely hated children.
6/24/2014 3:24:38 PM

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5/28/2012 9:41:00 AM

5/28/2012 9:41:00 AM

I have two 12 year old American Eskimos and I love them both so much. The female is called Sasha... I have two 12 year old American Eskimos and I love them both so much. The female is called Sasha and she is fine. The male is Snowy and in the past 2 months he has spent time with me as my husband was in hospital. We are retired so always at home. He follows me everywhere all day long and lately he is not eating his regular food only treats. I am going away for a month but will have a carer at home to look after them - I never put them in kennels. I am ssooooooo worried about leaving him for a month and especially as he is not eating. I took him to the vet and the vet could not find anything wrong with him. I wish I was NOT going away but I cannot cancel this long trip. Please advise as I am anxious. Will he eventually eat after I go?? or can dogs pass away from not eating. I thank you for your prompt reply - Concerned pet lover

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Anonymous

well, a hungry dog will eat what he/she has available to eat. if the vet is a good vet and says nothing is wrong, the vet is probably right. there is no reason why a healthy dog wouldn't eat other than from not being hungry. sorry, that's all the information i've got. hope this helps.
5/29/2012 3:26:52 PM

Anonymous

I have a two year old eskimo and anytime I go away for a long trip he won't eat. He will sit by my closed bedroom door crying. He will eat when im gone but just enough to not starve. These dogs get sad when their owner is away. Your dog will be fine. Just very happy to see you when you come home after the trip.
6/4/2012 12:43:28 AM

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5/22/2012 5:08:13 PM

5/22/2012 5:08:13 PM

My American Eskimo Dog is 13 and he has slipped on ice and injured his back legs this past... My American Eskimo Dog is 13 and he has slipped on ice and injured his back legs this past winter, he is still feeling pain at times - what could i give him?

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Anonymous

that would be a good question to ask a vet.
5/29/2012 3:22:50 PM

Anonymous

You should go to the vet to see if they can d anything about it. It could just be a minor injury. So don't worry!
11/15/2012 8:39:40 PM

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5/18/2012 9:58:50 PM

5/18/2012 9:58:50 PM

I have a Mini American Eskimo by the name of Lady. She will be 3 years old in a couple of... I have a Mini American Eskimo by the name of Lady. She will be 3 years old in a couple of months. I noticed for the past few days she has not "pooped" and is drinking and eating very little. She is acting just fine. No signs of distress. But this is out of the ordinary for her. She tends to eat plums that fall off of a tree that is in my yard. I am thinking maybe a seed is the problem. I have no idea. Any suggestions would be helpful. Thank you.

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Anonymous asked:

5/15/2012 12:03:56 PM

5/15/2012 12:03:56 PM

my american eskimo dog is 12 and a half. he had a hemilamidectomy operation done in february of... my american eskimo dog is 12 and a half. he had a hemilamidectomy operation done in february of this year.he is still having trouble healing.so far he cannot stand on his own without my help.what are the chances of him walking again?also his hair has not grown back where the surgery was performed.any info on this matter would be helpful. he is taking tramodol and previcox and cosequin.

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Anonymous asked:

4/17/2012 9:34:55 PM

4/17/2012 9:34:55 PM

Does an american eskimo dog grow like siberian huskies?

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Anonymous

no, it stays short.
4/26/2012 12:24:19 PM

Anonymous

I think you must be thinking of the samoyed. They looks somewhat similar to the american eskimo, but are a large working dog like the Siberian Husky.
6/24/2014 3:26:38 PM

Anonymous asked:

4/15/2012 4:49:21 PM

4/15/2012 4:49:21 PM

how long before an american eskimo puppy starts to grow ? we have a female 12 weeks old & she... how long before an american eskimo puppy starts to grow ? we have a female 12 weeks old & she does not seem to be growing

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Anonymous

It is the exact opposite with my mini eskie. He has put on about a pound a week since I got him. He is 6 months old now and weighs 19 lbs. I'm wondering when he will stop growing.
8/12/2012 7:44:00 AM

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3/17/2012 11:46:22 PM

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What is the best food for an American Eskimo Dog?

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Try to buy food without cornmeal and by products. Eskies tend to have sensitive skin and bad food causes many skin problems. Lot of dog foods put filler and junk in there food. Dogs are meat eaters and when you read the ingredients you'll see there is very little meat in in. Blue and Eukanuba are good
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