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Breed Group: Working

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The Samoyed proves to be a friendly and gentle breed, warming up to almost anyone. Very easy going, sweet, and beautiful, this breed takes kindly to almost all people. This breed does not do well as a guard or watch dog, however is highly intelligent.
This is a very peaceful breed that tends to be very active. Very loyal, the Samoyed usually favors his master but will be friendly to most people. A very sociable breed, he is not only beautiful but makes a wonderful companion.

Does your Samoyed bark, howl, and cry whenever you leave the house? Separation anxiety is extreme anxiety experienced by your dog when you are away from him.
This dog has the tendency to bark quite a bit, and will alert you when someone is approaching. Does not do well with smaller and more passive animals, but can do well with cats and other dogs. The Samoyed is very friendly and does well with children.
The Samoyed has a very thick coat, which requires much grooming. They shed heavily during warmer seasons and should be regularly brushed. The coat of this dog tends to trap dirt, but with regular brushing it should release easily.

If your dog is displaying behavior uncharacteristic of his normal actions, call the Vet.
The Samoyed has a long and thick double coat and requires a lot of grooming. The outercoat should be harsher than the undercoat, but still fairly soft. Undercoat should be short, thick, and should have wool like texture.
This breed can be very willful and stubborn when it comes to obedience training but will do well with firm, consistent, and patient training techniques. Variety is best as Samoyeds can have a low attention span. Teaching your dog to sit, lie down, and stay is vital to the training of your new puppy. There are several accepted methods of house training your new Samoyed puppy. Consider crate training if you need to adapt your dog to a safe and confined environment for various safety and comfort reasons.
The Samoyed does best in cooler climates, but will do okay in warmer weather. Proper exercise is required as this breed can be lively, but proper water and rests must be given as this breed has a wooly coat. Socialization is one of the single most important things you can do for your puppy.
Male: 45-65; Female: 35-50 lbs
Male: 21-23.5; Female: 19-21 inches
White, white and biscuit, cream, or all biscuit
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Kabeara Kennels
Member Since: July 2006
Location: Chicago, Illinois
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We have been breeding samoyeds for over 25 years. We specifically breed for Structure, Beauty, and Temperament. All of our Samoyeds, pups or adults, are guaranteed for Hips, Eyes, and General Health. Please call or visit our website for more pictures and further information.

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Anonymous asked:
How long does it take for the Samoyed to be fully grown?

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At about a year and a half, your dog should be fully grown. It takes about a year for your dog to mature in height and then another six months to mature in muscle.

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Are Samoyeds good for seniors?

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Yes. Samoyeds are calm and gentle and don't jump up on you unless you ask them to. My Samoyed would pull my wheelchair when I was crippled and loved to go to retirement homes and hospitals. They'll love you, grandchildren too, as well as the rest of the family; but if you are his owner/caretaker, he will probably mind only you. My relatives hated that they couldn't boss him around, but it made me love him all the more. We were together 24/7 for the 12 years that he lived, and when he passed away--it broke my heart worse than anything else ever did.

Anonymous asked:
What is the average weight for a 12 weeks old female Samoyed? I have a hybrid puppy that looks like a Samoyed and I would like to get an estimate on her future weight. So I would like to know the normal weight for a Samoyed at that age.

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The only way to know if your dog is a pure-bred or what breeds make up your dog is to have your dog DNA tested. You can buy them online or at your vet for an average cost of $45.00 - $85.00. There is no average height for the Samoyed breed at that young of age.

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Are Samoyeds hypoallergenic? My son has allergies and I need a dog that is hypoallergenic.



Yes. Samoyeds do no have the same dander as other dogs that cause allergies. They also have fur instead of hair as dogs.


We have several of our puppy parents that have allergies to dogs and have not problems with a Samoyed in their home. Very dander free!


My daughter has bad eczema and has been in treatment for years, she cannot touch an animal without running to wash her hands after. We bought a Samoyed and she is so happy she now can play on the floor and doesn't get red bumps nor does she itch.

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Do you have to cut a Samoyed's hair?



You can do what you wish with the coat, it does grown back. As a groomer for over 25 years, I have shaved many of them.


While we lived in Arizona our Samoyed was shaved every 3-6 months. They do not need regular bathing as they do not smell or keep dirt on their coats. Always white and clean.


NEVER EVER shave a Samoyed, under any circumstances. Samoyeds do no have natural oils on their skin, and the double coat insulates them from heat and cold. Shaving a Samoyed is like declawing a cat then sending the cat to fend for itself in the wild. JUST DON'T do it.


Shaving a Samoyed causes the undercoat to grow thicker making it harder to brush their coat. A regular human hair brush works great for maintaining their coat.


I shaved my girl Samoyed every summer before the heat. She got a little sunburn once, so be careful. She ran around like a puppy after a shave. Like night and day. Show me the science that says she would have been more comfortable with all that thick undercoat. No way!


If you shave your Samoyed, leave at least 2" of fur. They will sunburn instantly otherwise and they need exercise! I don't think they should be bred or live south of zone 7. They are not warm weather dogs. Responsible shaving will make them act like puppies again, but better they stay in colder climes. Some of mine prefer to sleep outside of a cabin in the middle of winter! Samoyeds should only have strong owners despite their gorgeous appearance. Their best qualities are as pack dogs and they are strong!

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Updated: 7/1/2015