Original Name : Vostotchno-Sibirskaya Laika
Type : Lupoid
Male size : 21½-24¾ inches
Female size : 20¾-24 inches
Degree of grooming :
Countries of origin : Russian Federation
The three Laika breeds are all bred to hunt large game in central and northern Russia. East Siberian Laikas are solid and brave, making them excellent guard dogs, especially at night, coupled with their natural distrust. If they are not used for hunting or as a sled dog, regular sporting activity is essential.
Wedge-shaped, with broad upper skull.
Broad, muscular, slightly arched loins, broad, relatively long and slightly sloping croup, broad, muscular, deep chest.
All shades of salt and pepper, white, gray, black, red, brown.
Sickle-shaped or rolled.
Coarse, dense, straight topcoat, forming a collar on neck and shoulders. Males have a mane on the withers. Dense, soft undercoat.
East Siberian Laikas are the product of various Laika breeds from the forests of eastern Siberia and the Far East. They are robust working dogs characterized by solid bones and especially well developed muscles.