[VIDEO] These American Eskimo Puppies Are Mouthing Siblings

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These American Eskimo puppies are mouthing their siblings.  One in particular seems to be more dominant with this mouthing behavior.  They seem all interested in getting out to play, and are letting the videographer know.  Some simply look enthusiastic, some tell the humans with their voice.  They have a cute voice, also high-pitched.  American Eskimo is also affectionately named the Eskie.  Sometimes they are also called Eskimo Spitz.  This dog loves the outdoor and cold weather.  Just look at that warm coat!  If you like to jog in the winter, this would be your jogging buddy.

About the Eskimo Spitz

Nature protects the Eskie with a double coat that resist water and insulates them from the cold, according to Pet MD.

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Their small ears are thick and also protect them from the cold.  This is a well-behaved dog that’s also fun and obedient.  They have an independent personality and also determined.  They also may not trust strangers.  It might be better to match this dog with a family with no other pets, no other dog, or small children.  Training can always help in these regards, however.  Even though the American Eskimo loves the outdoor, they like living with their family indoor because they form close attachments to their humans.  They have quite a bit of energy and need a good workout everyday.  How much exercise depends on the size of the dog.  The larger the dog, the more exercise, the smaller, less.  Take a larger Eskie for a long walk or a quick jog.  For a smaller Eskie, a short walk or playing a game outdoor would be enough.  This breed lives about 12 to 14 years.  As far as grooming needs to, their double coat needs brushing a couple of times a week, and more during shedding season.   You can read more about the American Eskimo here.  If you enjoy this video, you might also like this one.

Article source:  Pet MD

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