Canadian Eskimo dog

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Canadian Eskimo dog

a breed native to Canada and its Inuit population. A powerfully built dog with features characteristic of a spitz type dog. It has a wedge-shaped head, thick erect ears, a thick coat, and bushy tail curled over the back. Used for hunting and as a pack dog.
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There are only about 400 Canadian Inuit dogs in the world.

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