The Samoyed Laika is a friendly, gentle, cheerful, intelligent, dynamic, alert dog, slightly stubborn, dominant, capricious, sometimes naughty. She must learn from an early age to listen to her master. Samoyed huskies are soft and patient with children. They are friendly to everyone, including strangers. Samoyeds are quite dominant in relation to other dog breeds. They should be socialized from an early age so they won’t have problems with pets when they grow up.
Samoyed Laikas are difficult to train because they are independent and stubborn. Training should start from a very early age and should be rigorous, consistent, well balanced, varied so that the dog does not get bored.
They should be socialized from an early age with other pets because their hunting instincts are strong and can manifest at any time, turning small animals into prey.