Siberian Husky: Breed Guide
Siberian Husky Breed Information
Siberian Huskys for Sale
Browsing the internet for a Siberian Husky puppy for sale? These lively dogs have become increasingly popular with owners in recent years, and you can learn more about the characteristics of the breed and the type of training required to discipline Siberian Huskies in the guide below.
Huskies are medium sized, ‘working’ dogs, originating from the eastern outskirts of Siberia, hence their name. The breed is a member of the Spitz family, and has a distinctive thick double coat. Recent studies suggest Siberian Huskies are amongst the oldest breeds of dog in the world.
If you’re thinking of buying a Husky, you should be prepared to follow an active lifestyle to satisfy the needs of these lively dogs. Siberian dogs are extremely energetic and resilient, and can adapt easily to a number of different circumstances.
In terms of appearance, a Siberian Husky shares many features with the Alaskan Malamute breed of dog. These dogs can be a variety of different colours, but are most commonly black, white, grey and copper red. Most Siberian Husky puppies will have a number of different facial markings. The body takes on a wolf-like appearance, with a thicker coat than most other breeds, and these dogs will reach a height of between 21 and 23 inches.
As a direct descendant of the wolf, these dogs will tend to howl rather than bark, and it is a trait that will need regular training from an early age to curb. You can check our dog training guides for this matter. But don't worry as Siberian Huskies are extremely intelligent and should respond to obedience training very well.
These dogs can also be extremely hyperactive, so you’ll need to go the extra mile to ensure your Siberian Huskies gets as much exercise as possible.
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