American Eskimo dog

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American Eskimo dog

a compact, alert dog with a long, white or cream double hair coat, erect triangular shaped ears and distinctive black nose, eyes and eyelid margins. The plumed tail is carried over the back. There are three sizes: toy, miniature and standard. Known also as the American spitz.
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Her first students were Dave and Rosie Lukas of Elgin, and their multiple agility champion American Eskimo dog, Shadowfax.
While the majority of historical examples are still relevant, the specific spatial dynamics of cultures such as the Congo Pygmies, the Kung Bushmen, and the North American Eskimos have changed dramatically since the original publication.

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