Siberian Husky

This rustic dog of great endurance is very independent and tends to roam. As a pet, he is affectionate and sociable. The Siberian husky does not make a good watchdog because he is not wary of strangers. This breed is not aggressive with other dogs. The Siberian husky's hunting instinct is extremely strong, so he requires a strong, high enclosure. Through firm training, the owner must establish his position as pack leader.

Care and Functions

This breed is made for the great outdoors and will be very unhappy if kept indoors. The Siberian husky needs intense exercise to maintain mental health. Weekly brushing is required. Currying is required during seasonal shedding. This dog can perfectly be:

 Sled dog (light loads at moderate speeds over great distances).

 Pet.

Name : Siberian Husky
Origin : Russia
Size : Medium
Type : Purebred
Life span : 12-14 years
Height Male : 21–24 inches (53–61 cm)
Height Female : 20–22 inches (51–56 cm)
Weight Male : 45–60 pounds (20–27 kg)
Weight Female : 35–50 pounds (16–23 kg)
Colors : Black & WhiteGray & WhiteRed & WhiteSable & WhiteWhite
Litter Size : 4-8 puppies