Information about the Alaskan Klee Kai
This miniature husky was developed in the 1970's in Alaska. The goal was to produce a small husky-type dog that excelled in temperament and health. The Klee Kai became available to the public in late 1988. Strict breeding regulations are enforced regarding these little dogs in order to ensure the standards. There are three sizes of Alaskan Klee Kai:
Toy Variety: Up to and including 13 inches.
Miniature Variety: Over 13 inches and up to and including 15 inches.
Standard Variety: Over 15 inches up to and including 17 inches.
Serious Fault: over 17 inches in height up to and including 17 1/2 inches.
Disqualifications: Over 17 1/2 inches in height
For official breed standards, click Here.
For a more detailed history of Klee Kai development, click Here.