By: Maddy Hope

What Is A Samoyed/ What They Look Like.

A Samoyed is a breed of dog from the arctic. Samoyeds have thick & fluffy fur, the colors of their coats can be white, cream, or biscuit which is a light tan. Other than pets Samoyeds can be sled dogs, just like Siberian Huskies & Alaskan Malamutes. Since Samoyeds come from the arctic, they have fur in between their toes to help them while walking on ice. They are medium sized dogs, a female Samoyed can weigh up to 35 to 50 pounds, and reach up to 19 to 21 inches tall, a male Samoyed can weigh 45 to 65 pounds and can get up to 21 to 23 inches high. Samoyeds are stronger than Siberian Huskies but, Alaskan Malamutes are faster than most Samoyeds.

Where They're From/ Fun Facts.

Samoyeds are named after the Samoyed people. The Samoyed people are native Russians. The first Samoyed that appeared in the U.S.A in the year of 1904. The dog breed is great with kids, likes attention, can live up to 15 years, fully grown at 2 years, love people,