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Siberian Husky Information
Siberian Husky History
The Siberian Husky originates from Siberia, and was brought to Alaska in 1909. The breed was then used for pulling sleds, and herding reindeer. They were seen as perfect working dogs and were built to withstand these harsh conditions. The breed was known for its great stamina which allowed them to work for hours on end. They were first brought to North America by fur traders who saw that the breed would be perfect for artic races because of their fast speed and movement. The breed truly became noticed during 1925, when a terrible diphtheria epidemic occurred. The Siberian husky was used to shuttle the medication to the areas needed. From this point on the breed was seen as very popular. The Husky is known to be an excellent pack dog and is generally a happy.
Siberian Huskies' Appearance
The Siberian husky is known for its compact muscular body. The Husky is a strong working dog and is built to withstand hours of labor and harsh weather conditions. The coat of the Husky is thick and made to take on extreme temperatures. The coat also varies in color. Most common colors include; black and white, red and white, silver, grey, and sable. The face and underbody are usually white. The eyes are almond shaped and the eye color can vary from blue, to brown. There are even bi-eyed Siberian Huskies which means they carry one blue eye and one brown eye. The paws are filled with hair that falls in between the toes this is called "snow shoe" and was used to aid in gripping on ice. The Siberian Husky has ears that are set high and stand tall.
Siberian Huskies' Temperament
The Siberian Husky is known to be a great companion dog. They are seen as gentle and playful. They are very happy dogs with a wonderful loving heart. They are very smart and willful as well. As long as the dog is well socialized from a very early age, the breed will make a fine choice for a family dog. They are known to be good watchdogs and have a working background so they tend to bore easily. They like a lot of attention and like to keep busy. They can be difficult to housebreak so consistent training is recommended. The Husky likes to eat a lot so portion control is needed when feeding your new puppy. They are sled dogs at heart, and get along with other dogs as well. It is recommended that the husky be raised from birth with the other household pets.
Siberian Husky's Role
The Husky is known to be a good companion dog and wonderful household pet. They are very intelligent and need to keep busy. The breed stems from working/ sledding dogs and will by nature feel the need to work. They are confident yet loving. They fair quite well with children and other household pets as well. They are great for an active individual or a family looking for security and companionship. They require some consistent training from an early age in order to remain in order with your family and the lifestyle you lead. Over all, the breed is seen as gentle and playful.
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Siberian Husky Characteristics
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He's a awesome husky. I'm very happy with him.
I picked up the puppy last night. She is absolutely beautiful. My kids were so surprised. Anyway, thanks for all of your help.
Dakota is such a blessing and has blended with her brother and sister (also Huskies) very well. The joy and laughter that resonates through our home because of the puppy antics is what we needed...