The Samoyed yet is one of the world's most popular Russian breeds they're white fluffy and thick coat is appreciated by dog lovers all over the world.
The Samoyed tribes inhabited the territory between North-Western Siberia and Central Asia these nomadic people depended on their dogs to herd reindeer and protect themselves from predators. They also sat next to their precious dogs to keep warm. These dogs captivated the British Explorer Ernest Kilbourne Scott during his research in the Arctic in 1889 on his return to England. Kilburn's Galt took with him a brand Samoyed puppy as a gift for his wife, thereafter other explorers as well as. The Kilburn Scott family was commissioned to carry over these dogs to Europe. The Kilburn Scott dogs were the basis for the current European Salmons the breed was also used to explore the other hemisphere. It is said that the female dog who led the expedition of Roald Amundsen to the South Pole was a Samoyed named Etta.
The Samoyed is a medium-sized elegant strong and tough looking dog they have a characteristic expression that makes them look like they're smiling all the time, their head is wedge-shaped and is in very good proportion to their body. Their tail is set high and reaches the hawk when they are relaxed. It may be hanging but when the dog is active if we bent over their back or to the side their cool is composed of two layers. The outer layer is straight dense rough and thick the under crow is short soft and dense all the dots of old nomadic tribes are of different colors the modern Samoyed is only pure white cream or white and biscuit colored.
The FCI defines a Samoyed as a friendly lively and alert dog although their origin can make us think they're predisposed to hunting. The truth is that they don't have a very strong hunting instinct they're very friendly dogs who usually get along well with children and other animals provided that they have received proper socialization.
As Sammy hair should be brushed at least three times a week to prevent tangles and remove dirt, it is essential if we want them to see clean and healthy during periods of molting they will need daily brushing. On the other hand we can bath them every one or two months when we think they're really dirty and in need of a scrub moderate exercises and is recommended to provide them with two to three daily rocks also prepared to spend two to three days a week performing some physical activity canine sports such as herding canine freestyle and agility are also good choices for a dog. This breed is well adapted to life in the countryside they have given enough exercise and walks they can adapt very well to life anywhere apart from exercise it is essential to offer a dog different exercises that will help stimulate their mind - you can purchase toy stuffed with treats. If we provide them with regular exercise it is important to consider adapting their diet and providing extra calories for needed we recommend looking for quality food according to their needs.
According to the list of smartest dogs in the world from Stanley Coren, the Samoyed possesses above-average intelligence, this is not a breed that has learning difficulties of course provided that their development as a puppy has been positive. You have to conduct positive reinforcement to achieve the best results and develop a strong relationship with your dog later you can begin basic training and commands which are essential to good communication and safety. Finally, note that when these dogs are isolated in a garden are left alone too long at home they may develop behavioral problems and become destructive dogs as is the case with virtually all dog breeds.
The Samoyed is susceptible to certain diseases most of which are estimated to be a genetic origin according to the databases of the University of Prince Edward Island. To prevent and detect any health problems early is vital to visit the vet every 6 to 12 months to conduct a comprehensive review and follow the dog's vaccination schedule. Remember to regularly internal and external deworming correctly - if properly cared for the life expectancy of a Samoyed is between 12 and 14 years.