If you haven’t heard of this baby yet, then it’s time to catch up. So what is an Eskimo Spitz? This is a very rare breed of dog, familiar to us relatively recently. Due to the lack of aggression, he becomes an excellent companion and loyal friend.
White German Spitz is considered ancestors. According to some reports, the blood of Samoyed Laikas, noble and hardy dogs, flows through the veins of the tailed Eskimos.
Such a rearrangement led to confusion and discrepancy in the historical information about these dogs, and the options for their development do not agree on anything.
In 1969, for the first time in America, the North American Association of Eskimo Spitz lovers was created, but only ten years later this breed was officially recognized by the AKC (American Kennel Club).