Inuk woofs a "Merry Ho and a Terry O!" to everybody!
We live in balmy Singapore and travel to Australia sometimes. We so love the dog friendly culture in Australia that's a little lacking in Singapore. Leashing is a must in public places. Thankfully there are a few places in Singapore where you can legally let them run free.
Alrighty, then. A little about this breed. The Alaskan Klee Kai is so nicknamed Mini Husky for its likeness with its nordic cousins. The first group of Klee Kais was privately bred in the 70s in America by a lady, Linda Spurlin. This bred was made known to the world only recently and hence considered to be rare. I think there is only 1 such registered breeder in Australia to date.
Inuk is considered a miniature for his breed and weighs only 6.8kg at 14 months. Inuk is a highly inquisitive, intelligent and loving little fellar. Apart from the weekend family outings and daily walks, we spend many evenings snuggling and playing in our living room where Inuk lovingly showers us with ticklish Klee Kai kisses. Inuk was the typical shy Klee Kai when we first had him. We had to spend time socializing the shyness out of our Inuk into the more confident tiger he is today. Inuk gets along easily with any canine non-aggressors though he tends to be a little "bully" at playtime.
At the moment, Inuk is still attending basic obedience training and we can't wait for the day he graduates! Woot! Even so, I'm still very proud of my little Inuk!
Check out my youtube channel for videos of Inuk or Alaskan Klee Kai in action.
inukakk - YouTube