Eskimo Dog

This five pesetas and strong Spitz flie developed to throw of the sleds in and around the arctic circle. The American polar browser Robert Peary (1856-1920), it considered that there was only a race of sled dogs with regional variations, but now they are recognized several. The beautiful Eskimo Dog probably has his origin in the east of Siberia, and it shares ancestors common with the Malamute of Alaska, the Siberian Husky and the Samoyedo. He/she resembles the Dog of Greenland a lot (the one which, until the moment, it is not recognized in Great Britain) but he/she has the shortest and heavier back. 
Character and taken care   
The Eskimo Dog is an excellent sled dog with a considerable resistance. He/she is a good guardian that rarely lives inside the housing with their owners. He likes to carry out a lot of exercise in the exterior and to carry out works, he/she goes him well to brush it regularly.

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