How much is an American Eskimo puppy?

How much is an American Eskimo puppy?

You should budget anywhere from $1,800 upwards to $4,500 or even more for an American Eskimo Dog with top breed lines and a superior pedigree. The average cost for all American Eskimo Dogs sold is $600.

Where can I adopt an American Eskimo Dog?

Looking to adopt an American Eskimo dog I had an American Eskimo dog that unfortunately passed away. So looking to adopt another of this wonderful breed. Could be a younger dog or a puppy

How big are American Eskimo puppies for sale?

We have 5 male Miniature Purebred American Eskimo puppies for sale. Mom and Dad are both healthy and have good temperaments. Good with children and raised around other dogs. Mom weighs about 15 lbs and Dad about 25 lbs. Puppies will come with first vet check and first set of shots and deworming.

Are there any puppies in the breed of Merit?

No puppies are available. Breeders of Merit are denoted by level in ascending order of: Standard, Bronze, Silver, Gold, and Platinum. This breeder…

How old does an American Eskimo Puppy have to be?

Since the American Eskimo dog you are looking to get is a 6 month old, there should not be any issues with your two dogs getting along. Make sure that the puppy is well exercised BEFORE meeting your Papillion as there is a significant age difference between the two dogs.

What to do with an American Eskimo Dog?

The American Eskimo Dog is quite gifted in guarding, performing tricks, competitive obedience, agility, and narcotics detection. This breed must have regular daily exercise. They enjoy securely leashed walks or playing in an enclosed yard. The American Eskimo Dog is active indoors and has a busy nature.

How often should you groom an American Eskimo Dog?

GROOMING. The American Eskimo Dog’s fluffy, white double coat — a short, dense undercoat below the longer outer coat — is surprisingly easy to keep clean. However, Eskies shed almost constantly. A thorough brushing two or three times a week will remove dead hairs before they can be shed, as well as help to prevent matting.

How did the American Eskimo dog get its name?

Upon America’s entry into World War I in 1917, the country was gripped by a prejudice against all things Teutonic. The breed’s German name was changed to “American Eskimo” Dog, after the name used by a spitz breeding kennel in Ohio.