The Alaskan Klee Kai is often called a miniature husky, although that is not the official breed name. It closely resembles the Siberian husky, but it ranges in size between toy, miniature and standard.
Alaskan Klee Kai range in height from 13 to 17 inches, and they usually weigh between 5 and 22 pounds. They are affectionate, alert, loyal and loving dogs, according to PetMD. Alaskan Klee Kai have three color varieties: red and white, gray and white, and black and white. There are Alaskan pure white Klee Kai, but that coloring disqualifies them from the breed standard as of 2014.Learn More
Adoptapet.com is a rescue center that has a long list of where many husky rescue groups can be found in the US. Additionally, various rescue groups can be found by searching the net, such as the U.K.-based 8belowhuskyrescue.Full Answer >
Dogs weigh anywhere from 3 to 200 pounds; their weight varies significantly based on their breed. For instance, a small Chipoo weighs only 3 pounds, while a large Saint Bernard weighs up to 200 pounds. However, weight can also vary within breeds; a miniature Schnoodle weighs just six pounds, while a standard Schnoodle weighs up to 75 pounds.Full Answer >
Blue eyes are a common feature of Siberian huskies as a breed. Most Siberian husky puppies have blue eyes at the age of two weeks. However, it is recommended that buyers wait approximately five weeks to determine if the puppy's eyes will stay blue as an adult.Full Answer >
A German shepherd-Siberian husky mix is sometimes called a Gerberian Shepsky. They are 21 to 26 inches tall and weigh 45 to 95 pounds when mature. They have a medium to long double coat and come in a wide variety of colors.Full Answer >