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Does anyone have an Alaskan Klee Kai?

Ashley BaldersonAshley Balderson FredericksburgPosts: 65Member
I had some questions about the breed. I heard they bark alot, but how much? and are they really expensive and rare?? and what are the differences between the sizes? I have never been close to one.And do they get along with other dogs well?

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  • Tiffany MitchellTiffany Mitchell IOWAPosts: 6,792Member
    Accepted Answer
    I don't know any personally either, however I do have a pup pal that is a Klee Klai. You might try going to Breed Info on the top of the screen.
  • John VanekJohn Vanek South HuntingtonPosts: 64Member
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    I would do a Google search on them, I just did and found tons of info from the first 10 sites.
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