Siberian Huskies

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Siberian Husky

Introduction: A Siberian Husky is a type of dog breed. Siberian Huskies make really good house pets. This dog breed is really good with children and strangers. Huskies have a very interesting history and they vary in different sizes and colors. They love cold weather and enjoy playing with family and friends. Huskies love pulling things such as sleds wagons and carts etc. They were bred for pulling sleds. If you live in a place that doesn't snow than you can harness your husky to a wagon or cart and have them pull that. Let's learn about the husky!


The Siberian husky is a breed of working dog known for its blue eyes and its abilities as an endurance sled dog. The dog’s coat is thick and pelt like, stands off the body and is weather-resistant with a dense undercoat. Although most huskies are black and white or gray, red and pied colors with light shading around the head and the belly are possible. The ears are wolflike, erect, and pointed. The eyes are almond-shaped and usually blue, although brown and parti-colored brown and blue eyes are possible. The tail is long and bushy and curves loosely over the back. The adult Siberian husky stands 20–24 inches (51–61 centimeters) tall and weighs 35–60 pounds (16–27 kilograms). The dog is known for its intelligence and for a gentle temperament.


The breed was raised in Siberia by the Chukchi people, where it was kept pure for hundreds of years. It was brought to Alaska in 1909 for sled-dog races and soon became established as a consistent winner. Where the Alaskan malamute is designed for power, the Siberian husky is designed for speed.


The Siberian Husky is a beautiful dog breed with a thick coat that comes in a multitude of colors and markings. Their blue or multi-colored eyes and striking facial masks only add to the appeal of this breed, which originated in Siberia. It is easy to see why many are drawn to the Siberian's wolf-like looks, but be aware that this athletic, intelligent dog can be independent and challenging for first-time dog owners. Huskies also put the H in Houdini and a fenced yard that is sunk in the ground to prevent escapes.


Conclusion: Siberian Huskies are so friendly that they don't make good watch dogs. Now that you learned about the Siberian Husky, what's your favorite type of dog breed?

Siberian Husky