American Eskimo Dog

How Big Do American Eskimo Dogs Get?

How Big Do American Eskimo Dogs Get?

Want to know more about American Eskimo dogs?

Just how big do they get?

Let’s find that out here, shall we?

American Eskimo Dog

‘’Eskies’’ as they are fondly referred to, are fluffy white, highly intelligent dogs that come in 3 sizes, standard, miniature, and toy.

American Eskimo size

Toys weigh between 6-10 pounds and measure 9-12 inches in height while miniatures are 12-15 inches tall with a weight between 10-20 pounds, and standards stand at 15-19 inches tall weighing 25-35 pounds.

What is the difference between an American Eskimo and a Samoyed?

American Eskimos are smaller dogs with a height between 38-51c than Samoyeds, which stand at 46-60cm tall.

What is the lifespan of an American Eskimo dog?

The American Eskimo dog has an average lifespan of between 12-15 years.

How long do mini American Eskimo dogs live?

The American miniature Eskimo dog has a lifespan of 12-15 years on average.

How much does an American Eskimo dog weigh?

On average an American Eskimo weighs between 6-35 pounds (8.2-16kgs).

American Eskimo Weight Chart

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FAQs

Are American Eskimo dogs hyper?

Yes,  Eskimos are generally a hyperactive dog breed and never calm. 

Can American Eskimo dogs handle hot weather?

Some hot weather is fine, but extreme temperatures can be too much for Eskimos.

Is American Eskimo a husky?

No, an American Eskimo and a husky are quite different.

Conclusion

If you don’t have time to keep your dog engaged and active, American Eskimos may not be the right choice for you.

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Michael Brady

Michael is an animal-lover who specializes in marketing. He started running Dog Food Care with his mother, Sarah, after leaving his office job. Michael gained enough flexibility in his schedule to be able to adopt a dog of his own and welcomed Emmie the dachshund into his home in 2020.