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American Eagle Dog Breed Information

American Eagle Dog

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Caring for a American Eagle Dog

Feeding: The American Eagle Dog can gain weight easily, care should be taken in making sure they receive an adequate amount of food, but are not overfead.

Living with a American Eagle Dog

Shedding: The American Eagle Dog is an average shedder.

Grooming: The thick double coat of the American Eagle Dog is easy to groom. It should be kept clean and brushed with a firm bristly brush a few times a week and daily during heavy shedding periods.

Training: The American Eagle Dog is highly intelligent and eager to please which makes training them a delight.

Exercise: The American Eagle Dog can gain weight easily if they don't receive ample amounts of exercise.

Living Conditions: American Eagle Dogs can be kept in an apartment if they are given ample time each day for exercise. They are very active indoors and a small yard will suit them fine.

American Eagle Dog Appearance

Color: The coat of a American Eagle Dog is white or white with light cream colored markings. The American Eagle Dog's skin should be a pink or gray color. Their eyelids, gums, nose and foot pads should be black in color.

Coat: The American Eagle Dog has a heavy coat especially around the neck creating the appearance of a run or mane. This is especially prominent in male dogs.

American Eagle Dog Health

Health: The American Eagle Dog is prone to hip dysplasia and progressive retinal atrophy.

Eye Health: Special attention should be given to the eyes of the American Eagle Dog. They may need to have around their eyes and tear ducts cleaned often.


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** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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