|| The Lajka of the Siberian east had its origin in the wooded zones of the Siberian east and of the Distant East through crossovers between Ewankis, Lamutes, You haul in and other Laikas.
General Appearance: It is of robust constitution; its bony structure is strong and the developed affluent musculatura.
||Salt and pepper, target, gray, black, red or brown in all tonalities; stained, splashed; spots (splashed) of the respective color in the extremities are allowed pequefias.
|| The hairs of the external layer are rough, dense and straight; in the neck and shoulders they form a necklace and in the males a melena in the region forms de la Cruz. Smooth and dense internal Lanilla.
||The East Siberian Laika is usually not aggressive to people, but it is a good watchdog. Some dogs, if encouraged, become protective against human intruders. The East Siberian Laika is the most quiet and well-tempered Laika of Russia.
||All Russian Laika breeds are very affectionate and devoted to the master and his family dogs. They are efficient and versatile hunting dogs. Their wolf-like appearance, endurance at work, strong health, intelligence and ability to survive under conditions of minimal care make them particularly attractive for many hunters dog lovers who value primitive dogs. To preserve valuable wild qualities of Russian Laikas, they should be kept the natural way. Laikas of the breeding stock must be diligently evaluated for the hunting ability and selected for traits indicating a potential survivor under harsh natural conditions.
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