As with all breeds, there can be health issues. Below are just quick overviews of the health issues that can arise in the Alaskan Klee Kai. Additional information can be found on the Alaskan Klee Kai Association of America website and the Orthopedic Foundation for Animals website. Look under the Health Certifications tab for all certifications on my pack.
Factor VII is a mild bleeding disorder that can affect the clotting of the blood. A clear dog should have no problems. If your AKK has not been checked prior to purchase, you should have it checked.
A dog may have luxating patella if the groove in the knee for the knee cap to rest in isn't formed right or is not deep enough. The knee cap may pop out, depending on the grade of luxation. If severe enough the dog may require surgery to fix the knee.
Hip and Elbow Dysplasia are when the bones, ligaments and tissue surrounding the hip and elbow sockets are not formed correctly for the socket and ball portion of the bone to have a perfect fit to facilitate movement of the joints.
AKK can have autoimmune thyroiditis, a common cause of hypothyroidism. This may not show up until a dog is a few years old.