Delta Snowy said:
Alaskans are not really a specific breed, but more a "type". They are bred mainly for working ability, and are generally used for racing more often than Siberians. Alaskans do not have a standard, as they are not bred for looks or showing ability. They are not recongnized by any major kennel club.
Siberians are purebred,and have a standard. Siberians are recongnized by the AKC and the UKC, and are bred to the specific breed standard for coat color, height and weight.
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