West Siberian Laika

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The breed of hunting dog was developed by the indigenous people of Northern Ural and West Siberia that used the West Siberian Laika to tree squirrels and hunt small predators. Communism in Russia destroyed the last pure West Siberian Laikas but today the breed is being recreated. The large breed weighs 40 to 50 pounds and stands 21 to 24 inches tall. The breed is highly active, therefore they need a large amount of exercise. Also, though not good at protecting a home, the West Siberian Laika does its best to protect their family while on the hunt.


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