Huskies in Miniature
The Highest Quality Alaskan Klee Kai Puppies The Breed Has To Offer
Welcome to Kika's Klee Kai
Commonly known as a miniature husky, the Alaskan Klee Kai is intended to be a miniaturized version of the husky dog. At Kika Klee Kai, we are dedicated to producing only the highest quality Alaskan Klee Kai puppies the breed has to offer. All of our puppies come with a health guarantee, microchip, and first set of shots. With our award winning background, you can be assured our dogs will be given the care, love, and attention they need. To see photos of our potential available Alaskan Klee Kai puppies for sale, visit our photo album page.
Applying For An Alaskan Klee Kai Puppy
**We are not currently accepting puppy applications, but please see below for general information about our application process. You may sign up to be on our Interest List and hold your spot until applications are available again.**
All puppies are UKC/ARBA registered, come with a health guarantee, deworming, up-to-date shots and are microchipped. We do have new Alaskan Klee Kai puppies, but we always have a waiting list for our puppies. Currently our wait times can be up to 12 months once you are approved and on our list. Wait times vary greatly depending on your preferences, the preferences of those already on the waitlist, and mother nature. If you are interested in purchasing a Klee Kai puppy from us in the future, you will need to start the process by completing our questionnaire. We do require a deposit of $250 to be on our waitlist, and that deposit will be applied to the purchase price of a puppy when one is available to you.
Watch our Klee Kai right now!!
The Alaskan Klee Kai breed are naturally very curious, intelligent, active, quick, and agile. While they are devoted to their owners, and make excellent companions, they may be reserved with strangers. It is very important to socialize your puppy. They talk back and howl but are not excessive barkers. The Alaskan Klee Kai are incredibly loving and loyal to those who they consider to be their family.
The Alaskan klee kai (pronounced KLEE-ki) means "small dog" in an Eskimo dialect. The breed was developed in the early 1970s by Linda Spurlin in Wasilla, Alaska. She used 4 breeds in the creation of the Alaskan Klee Kai: the Alaskan husky, Siberian husky, Schipperke, and American Eskimo to obtain a miniature husky.
They became a recognized breed in 1997 by the United Kennel Club. The Alaskan Klee Kai is still considered a rare breed.