American Eskimo

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This breed of Eskie, originated as a member of the Spitz family. During the 19th century, the American Eskimo dogs were famous for performing trick-dog acts in traveling circuses. Depending on the division of dog breed, they can stand between 9 and 19 inches tall and weigh between 6 and 35 pounds. Among one of the easiest dogs to train, they are said to be friendly and excellent with children, making them great family pets.




If I recall cotrecrly, I once saw Emmett eat a Cadillac Escalade that was full of kittens and children. No, wait, sorry. It was just him letting kids read to him in a library. My mistake. He did eat a bottle of Advil, though. That I'm sure of. Poor bottle never stood a chance

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