Chinook dog breed

Chinook facts

Chinook are useful as a sled dog. They are hardy and work well as working dogs in colder climates. Chinook are spitz dogs. This is arctic breeds where the origin of the northern hemisphere is one of the common features.

The chinook comes across as a very smart type of dog. The dog thrives best when doing tasks that involve mental challenges.

Chinooks sheds, but less than many other breeds. Easy grooming of the coat is one of several advantages of this breed.

Chinooks respond well to obedience training, which is why they are descirbed as a type of dog which is easy to deal with (albeit all dogs are different). Chinook is a alert type of dog, and responds well to training and obedience. Like all dogs, dogs of this breed will need their daily walks. The dog type demands some physical exercise, although there are other breeds that require more ventilation of their owners.

Some dogs can be a bit reserved and skeptical strangers, but there exists considerable variation within the breed. Dogs of this type of dog will usually be approachable and easygoing towards other dogs. The dog type is considered as one of the more kid-friendly dog breeds, but do not forget: Young children should never be left alone with dogs. Some argue that children-friendly dog breeds don't exist, and in many ways that is a valid point. This breed bears little resemblance to the strong predatory instincts of their distant ancestor, namely the wolf. Certain breeds tend to chew on whatever it comes across, but chinook is not known for this.

They are not amongst the loud and noisy breed, and usually does not bark that much. This hardy winter dog can handle low temperatures without any problem. They do have a tendency to stay close to their owners, and a chinook should display little or no lust to run away.

The dog's appearance: A chinook is a midsize type of dog, medium-length coat, with a muscular body type, midsized standing ears, relatively long feet, short hanging tail, and without doubt a beautiful dog.

Health: The health problems for chinooks varies and depends on more than the race itself. Well-known health problems are hip dysplasia, hypothyroidism, ordinary diseases and other dog ailments and illnesses.

More information about the dog: The chinook originates from United States. Expected age will vary, but anything from 10 to 15 years is within the norm. It can be hard to find Chinook puppies from a recognized breeder, you can take a look at online classifieds for the purchase and sale of puppies Chinooks were initially bred for sled pulling. The type of dog are also being called hurricane kodiac bear.

Classification: United Kennel Club files the dog type in the category «northern breed».

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