Country of Origin: United States.
Coat: The Eskimo's coat has two layers. The Eskimo's undercoat is short and dense, and the outer coat consists of long straight hair. It is thicker and longer around the chest and neck. Any color other than white or biscuit cream is unacceptable.
Character: The Eskimo is intelligent, inquisitive, and playful. Eskimos are fun-loving and generally outgoing to everyone.
Temperament: The Eskimo is is very sociable with its family and good with children, other dogs, and household pets.
Care: Regular brushing is recommended to prevent matting in the Eskimo. More attention will need to be paid during shedding, which occurs twice a year for Eskimos.
Training: Harsh training techniques are inappropriate for Eskimos . It is eager to please and learns quickly.
Activity: The Eskimo needs a good workout every day. Depending on its size, you may need to take the Eskimo for a good jog or a long walk.
Description : Eskimos are descended from the German Spitz. The face, coat and lush tail are Spitz-type and the muzzle is pointed. Nicknamed the "Eskie", they have been bred to be a house dogs, companions and watch dogs. They are very family friendly including children, and are quite content at home. They enjoy cold weather better than warm. Known to clean their faces like cats they are easy to maintain as their coat easily repels dirt, they have no doggie odor and they are very clean.