Northern Inuit Dog

Northern Inuit Dog puppies for sale

When looking for Northern Inuit Dog puppies for sale, you will find this is a rare breed throughout the world but has a strong following by breed enthusiasts. The Northern Inuit Dog puppies for sale originated in Great Britain in the late 1980’s with the intent to create a domestic dog breed that closely resembled a wolf. A breeder by the name of Eddie Harrison began developing this breed by initially crossbreeding of the Siberian Husky, Alaskan Malamute, and the German Shepherd. The Northern Inuit puppies for sale will be a large, powerful, and athletic dog. They are slightly longer than they are tall. The eyes of the Northern Inuit Dog are oval and the ears are large, high, and erect. The tail is long and bushy. The Northern Inuit Dog averages between 22 and 25 in height and weighs between 65 and 75 pounds. This breed is prone to developing cataracts, epilepsy, hip dysplasia, cherry eye, ear infections, kidney infections, bloat, and Willebrand’s Disease (a blood clotting disorder). Due to their heavy coat this breed is sensitive to hot climates. The Northern Inuit Dog has a dense double coat that is slightly harsh in texture. This coat requires very little grooming. The coat color of the Northern Inuit puppies for sale may be black, white, or any shade of grey or sable. This breed may have either a white face or a black mask. When you see Northern Inuit Dog puppies for sale and make the decision to make one of these puppies for sale a member of your family, you will find this breed to be friendly, placid, and a faithful companion. This breed is very loyal and forms a close bond with their family and requires near constant human attention. These puppies for sale may develop behavior issues or destructive behavior if they are left alone too frequently for long periods of time. The Northern Inuit Dog is a large, active, and energetic breed. This breed is not recommended for apartment living or even spending a lot of time indoors. This breed enjoys spending time outdoors and having room to move around. These puppies for sale tend to be independent, overconfident, stubborn, and strong-willed; therefore, early training and socialization should be started at a young age. This breed responds well to a confident, patient, and experienced trainer. The Northern Inuit Dog gets along well with other dogs; in fact they enjoy the company of other canines. The Northern Inuit Dog puppies for sale have been successfully trained for search and rescue work, guide dogs to the blind, and therapy dogs. The Northern Inuit Dog may be large and intimating but does not make a good guard dog because of they are known for their friendly personality and lack of aggression. The Northern Inuit Dog does make an excellent watch dog as they are territorial, and will bark to notify their owner of any stranger in the area. These puppies for sale are excellent family pets, early, firm and consistent training is the key to a long loving relationship.