Samoyed

Samoyed

Breed Highlight:

Powerful, tireless, with a thick all-white coat impervious to cold, Samoyed are perfectly beautiful and highly functional. They are smart, social, mischievous dogs who demand love and attention.

Weight:

Female: 16 - 20 kg

Male: 20 - 30 kg

Height:

20–22 inch

Life Expectancy:

12 - 14 years

Litter Size:

4 to 6 puppies

Breed Appearance:

Samoyed eyes are typically black or dark and almond-shaped. Samoyed ears are thick and fur-covered, triangular in form, and upright. They are virtually invariably white, with a mild to dark brown tinge to varying degrees. The tail is carried curled over the back.

History:

The Samoyed is a genuinely old breed, chosen by nomadic people in Siberia to herd their reindeer and pull sleds when necessary. Originally available in a variety of colours, these all-purpose canines have subsequently taken over in most parts of the world. The Samoyed may have descended from the Soviet Nenet Herding Laika.

Originally:

The Samoyed is an old breed, and used in Siberia to herd their reindeer and pull sleds when necessary.

Currently Used As:

Many Samoyeds still work today, herding reindeer and pulling sleds as well as being family companions in much of the world.

Training:

Sammy is a sad and destructive beast if left in confinement. These are intelligent, sociable, and mischievous dogs who need affection and attention.These are active dogs and need daily exercise. Since Samoyeds are so attuned to people, they enjoy training and will happily compete in obedience, agility, herding, sledding, and weight pulls.

Health & Care:

Sammy is a sad and destructive beast if left in confinement. These are intelligent, sociable, and mischievous dogs who need affection and attention.These are active dogs and need daily exercise. Since Samoyeds are so attuned to people, they enjoy training and will happily compete in obedience, agility, herding, sledding, and weight pulls.

Living Condition:

Clever and cunning Samoyed dogs are outstanding problem solvers, which is a valuable talent but not so helpful in the home. If there's a hole under a fence, Sams will find it, dig into it more, then slip through it.

Exercise:

These dogs require at least two hours of physical activity every day, which can be in the form of jogging, long walks, or energetic play sessions, as well as lots of one-on-one bonding time with their owners.

Grooming:

Brushing is an important element of Samoyed care, especially during their peak shedding seasons twice a year. While it is feasible to groom a Samoyed at home, it is frequently advised that Sammies be groomed professionally to ensure that their washes and brushes are as thorough as possible. To avoid infections, owners should also trim their dog's claws, wash their teeth, and clean their ears with a pet-safe cleaner.

Pros:

Samoyed are gentle and have a friendly temperament. They can withstand cold climates easily and are great for families with children and other pets.

Cons:

Samoyed sheds a lot and needs a lot of attention and care. They can develop a chewing habit if left alone.

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