Standard American Eskimo

Is an American Eskimo dog the same as a Japanese Spitz?

The American Eskimo is a member of the Spitz family. The breed's progenitors were German Spitz, but due to anti-German sentiment during the First World War, it was renamed "American Eskimo Dog". There are three size varieties of the American Eskimo breed, the toy, the miniature and the standard.

What breed is the big white fluffy dog?

American Eskimo. The American Eskimo breed is on the smaller side of white dog breeds. This breed belongs to the Spitz family, and have a fox-like appearance with a thick fluffy white coat. They come in 3 different sizes, ranging from toy to standard size, and are often confused with the Samoyed.

What dog is white and fluffy?

American Eskimo. The American Eskimo breed is on the smaller side of white dog breeds. This breed belongs to the Spitz family, and have a fox-like appearance with a thick fluffy white coat. They come in 3 different sizes, ranging from toy to standard size, and are often confused with the Samoyed.