How To Check If Your Klee Kai Is UKC Certified

Are you considering adopting an Alaskan Klee Kai miniature husky as your new pet? At Kika’s Klee Kai in Southern California, all our puppies are UKC/ARBA registered and come with a health guarantee, deworming, up-to-date shots, and microchipped. We pride ourselves on producing show-quality dogs and have been doing so for the past 16 years.



The Alaskan Klee Kai is a miniature version of the Alaskan Husky.

  • Teeth: Full complement of strong white teeth meeting in a scissor bite.

  • Eyes: Medium size and may be any color or combination of colors, with almond-shaped eyes being the most desirable.

  • Ears: Strongly erect and pointed upward, well-furred, and triangular in shape.

  • Neck: Medium in length, arched, and carried proudly when the dog is standing.

  • Body: The length of the body is slightly longer than the height, with the withers just slightly higher than the croup. The top line of the back is level from just behind the withers to the loin, and the sloping croup is never too steep.

  • Feet: Oval in shape and well-knuckled up, with thickly cushioned and well-furred pads between the toes and pads.

  • Tail: Well-furred and set on just below the level of the topline, with the preferred tail carriage being a loose, natural curl.

  • Coat: Double coat and of sufficient length to give a well-furred appearance, and coat colors in shades of black, gray, or red are acceptable.


Serious Faults:

Judges must penalize and withhold championship points from any dog possessing two or more of these faults.

  • Over 17 inches in height

  • Over angulation in the hindquarters

  • The coat is too long

Eliminating Faults:

An Eliminating Fault is serious enough that it eliminates the dog from obtaining any awards in an event.

  • Asymmetrical marking is visible when the dog is standing

  • Bulging eyes

  • Over 17.5 inches in height


A dog with a disqualification will not be considered for placement in a conformation event. Disqualifications must be reported to UKC.

  • Absence of a distinct mask

  • Albinism

  • Extreme shyness

  • Hanging ears

  • Over or undershot bite

  • Solid coat color lacking distinct and contrasting markings

  • Tail too short

  • Unilateral or bilateral cryptorchid

  • Viciousness

  • Wry mouth

To ensure that your pup is UKC certified, check the breed standard requirements and provide all the necessary information. Working with a reputable Klee Kai breeder like Kika’s Klee Kai in Southern California is the best way to ensure that your pup is properly registered and certified.


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