Klee Kai

Klee Kai

The standard lifespan of the klee kai dog breed is about 10 to 13 years. Even though the klee kai is generally totally free of genetic issues, some medical conditions linked to this breed include juvenile cataracts, liver disease and thyroid gland diseases.

As a modern dog breed, the klee kai has a very detailed recording of their origin. Inside the core 1970s an Alaskan female named Linda Spurlin emerged across what looked like a tiny version of siberian husky puppies in Ok. Immediately attracted to the unique klee kai breed , Spurlin came back to Alaska and started out trying to recreate the klee kai into a new breed.