East Siberian Laika

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The breed originated in Russia as a spitz-type of dog that was used for hunting in parts of Siberia east of the Yenisei River. The naturally hunting East Siberian Laika hunts small to large game, ranging from squirrels to mountain lions. The doubled coated breed weighs 40 to 50 pounds and stands 22 to 25 inches tall. They are generally good companions but the large breed is happiest while hunting.




All I have to say is don't breed your dogs thousands of dogs are etunahized everyday so you shouldn't be breeding. I think you should do what's in your animals best interset and get it fixed so it can live a long and happy life. Breeding is unfair to animals. It shortens their lives and puts undue stress on their bodies find another way to make a buck.

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