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Group: AKC Working Dog, KCGB Working
AKC Ranking: 25
About Siberian Husky
Country of Origin, History of the breed
A native of Siberia, the
Husky was brought to Alaska in 1909. The Chukchi
people in Siberia had used them for centuries
to pull sleds, herd reindeer, and do watchdogging.
The Siberian Husky was brought to North America
by fur traders in Malamute for arctic races
because of their great speed.
The Husky went with Admiral Byrd’s
expeditions to the pole. The Husky is an excellent
pack animal and gets along well with other dogs.
They are known for their endurance and ability to
adapt. He is a light-weight sled dog with great
Siberian Huskies have been used for sledding, carting,
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A General Appearance of
The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized
working dog who is quick and light on his feet.
(He is smaller than the Alaskan Malamute.) His reasonably
compact body is well-covered with protective fur.
His head is broad with triangular, erect ears.
A Siberian Husky has a sickle-shaped
brush tail, unlike the Alaskan Malamute who has
a curved-over-the-back tail. The Husky’s face
can either be all white or marked with a bar or
mask. He appears proud, well-built, strong, and
The feet are furry for gripping
on ice and have very tough pads. Brown eyes, blue
eyes, amber eyes or eyes of two different colors
are acceptable. His alert, almost mischievous expression
also indicates the boundless energy he possesses.
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Temperament of the Dog
The energetic Siberian Husky youngster
is always ready to play. Happy and affectionate,
they are good with older children.
Adult Huskys are quieter and more
dignified; however, they remain active indoors and
outdoors. Males are very dominant.
Huskys need plenty of attention
and early, firm training to keep them from becoming
destructive when they need to be left alone. It
is recommended that if your dog will be alone, you
will want another dog for companionship as a single
dog left alone will be quite destructive as a result
Huskys may be slow with housebreaking
because they are primarily an outdoor dog. Socialization
needs to start early. If you want your Husky to
get along with cats or other small animals, introduce
them when he is a puppy. It is not hard to teach
Huskys to be well-mannered since they love to please.
Formal obedience training is important
for this breed, but they may be difficult and need
a firm hand. They can be stubborn. They must see
the point of what you are telling them and they
get bored easily with long training sessions or
repetition and simply quit obeying.
The Siberian Husky does not need
as much food as you might think.
Better suited to an indoor
or outdoor lifestyle?
The Siberian Husky loves to be
outdoors, especially in cool weather. In hot weather
he needs to be in the air conditioning. He loves
a large yard and is not suited to apartment living.
Make sure the fencing is tall and the base of it
is buried. If in an appropriate climate, he is happy
to live outdoors as long as he gets plenty of “people
time” with his human pack members. Companionship
and pack time are important to them.
Outdoor games and activities that
you and your Husky can do together will make him
Siberian Huskies like to roam,
so be sure they are safe in a secured area.
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Huskies do well in homes with
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How Active is the Breed?
Siberian Huskies are a fairly active
breed. They love to play. They desire a long walk
each day at the very least, but cannot do much in
hot weather. Make sure they have shade and cool
water to drink if the weather is warm. They love
cool and cold weather.
How Much Exercise Does
the Dog Need at every stage of its Life?
The Siberian Husky is not recommended
for apartment living. They love to play both indoors
and outdoors. They have a lot of energy. They like
to play all types of games.
A secure, tall fence with the base buried is necessary
for the Husky.
This is a pack breed, so he enjoys
going to a dog park to play with other dogs.
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The Siberian Husky will require
some brushing. He does shed heavily twice a year.
your dog yourself, at your home and at your convenience will help you build
a strong bond with your Siberian Husky. You will not only save yourself
the hassle of taking him to a groomer regularly, you save some money too.
Husky coat colors have a tremendous
variety. From jet black to white and all shades
of gray, light peach to red-orange, chocolate brown,
wolf-gray, and Agouti which is coyote colored, the
Husky can also have many different markings. Typically
the face mask and underbody are white.
The coat of the Siberian Husky
is double and medium in length, giving a well furred
appearance. The undercoat is soft and dense and
of sufficient length to support the outer coat.
The guard hairs of the outer coat are straight and
smooth. The Siberian Husky can withstand temperatures
as low as -58 to -76 degrees F (-50 to -60 degrees
Feed a couple of small meals a
day. They do not need as much food as you would
They are prone to hip dysplasia
and some eye problems like cataracts and PRA and
corneal dystrophy). Some clubs require OFA and CERF
certification of both parents. Huskies also sometimes
have zinc responsive dermatitis (a skin condition
which improves with giving zinc supplements).
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Litters average 6 puppies.
Life Span: Siberian
Huskies live 12-15 years.
Males: 45 - 60 lbs
Females: 35 - 50 lbs
Males: 21 -23.5 inches
Females: 20-22 inches
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