Samoyed Puppy - Breed Information

The Samoyed puppy is a cheerful dog. They always have a smile on their face, their lovely looks with the sparkling white coats which are the few reasons why this breed is so popular. They might not be the best choice for first time owners. Although they are clever and quick to learn, training them could be a challenging task. Their coats are gorgeous but it requires high maintenance so you might see the benefits from being professionally groomed a few times a year. 

Characteristics - Samoyed Puppy

  • Samoyeds are loving and loyal 
  • They are great family pets 
  • They thrive in a home environment 
  • They are playful
  • They enjoy taking part in canine sports 
  • They are highly intelligent and quick learners 
  • They are great with kids
Samoyed Puppy

Appearance - Samoyed Puppy

  • Heights: Males 51 – 56 cm, Females 46 – 51 cm
  • Average Weight: Males 23 – 30 kg, Females 23 – 25 kg
  • Common coat colours
    • White & Biscuit
    • White & Cream
  • Samoyeds are attractive dogs with their dark eyes and sparkling white coats and tails that curl over their backs

The history

Hardy, vibrant and even-tempered, the Samoyed was originally used to hunt, herd reindeer, and haul sledges for the Samoyede people they served in northwestern Siberia. The Samoyede tribesmen were peaceful nomads, who manifested extraordinary love for their beautiful dogs, treating them as members of the family. Thus their dogs developed a love and understanding of humankind and an unfailing sense of trust and loyalty which is retained in the breed to this day. They remain the delightful playmates and faithful protectors of children.

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