Showsight Presents The American Eskimo Dog

OfficialStandard for the A MERICA N ESKIMO DOG CONTINUED

OfficialStandard for the A MERICA N ESKIMO DOG CONTINUED

are as described for the front legs. Dewclaws are not present on the hind legs. Coat: Color: Pure white is the preferred color, although white with biscuit cream is permissible. Presence of biscuit cream should not outweigh consideration of type, structure, or temperament. The skin of the American Eskimo Dog is pink or gray. Disqualification - any color other than white or biscuit cream.

a e as described for the front legs. Dewclaw are o present on the hind legs. Coat: Color: Pure white is the preferred color, although white with b cuit cream is pe missible. Pre ence of biscuit cream should not outweigh c nsideration of type, structu e, or temperament. The skin of the A erican Eskimo D g is pink or gray. Disqualification - any color o her than white or biscuit cream.

tive. It is never overly shy nor aggressive, and such dogs are to be severely penalized in the show ring. At home it is an excellent watchdog, sounding a warning bark to announce the arrival of any stranger. It is protective of its home and family, although it does not threaten to bite or attack peo- ple. The American Eskimo Dog learns new tasks quickly

tive. It is never overly shy nor aggressive, and such dogs are to be sev rely p nalized in the show ring. At home it is an excellent watchdog, sounding warni g bark to announce the ar ival of any stranger. It is protective of its home and family, although it does not threaten to bit or attack peo- pl . The American Eskimo Dog learns new tasks quickly

Gait: The American Eskimo Dog shall trot, not pace. The gait is agile, bold, well balanced, and frictionless, with good forequarter reach and good hindquarter drive. As speed increases, the American Eskimo Dog will single track with the legs converging toward the center line of gravity while the back remains firm, strong, and level. Temperament: The American Eskimo Dog is intelli- gent, alert, and friendly, although slightly conserva-

Gait: The A erican Eskimo Dog sh ll trot, ot pace. The gait is agile, bold, well balanced, and frictionless, with good forequarter reac and good hind rter drive. As peed increases, the A erican Eskimo Dog will s ngle track with the le s converging toward the center line of gravity whil the back remains firm, strong, and level. Temp ra nt: The A erican Eskimo Dog is intelli- gent, alert, and friendly, although slightly conserva-

and is eager to please.

and is eager to please.

Disqualifications: Any color other than white or bis- cuit cream. Blue eyes. Height under 9 inches or over 19 inches.

Disqualificati ns: Any color oth r than white or bis- c it cr am. Blue eyes. He ght under 9 inches or over 19 inches.

Approved:October 11, 1994 Effective:November 30, 1994

Approved:October 11, 1994 Effective:November 30, 1994

Pangraf Photo courtesy Karen Scholz

Pangraf Photo courtesy Karen Scholz

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