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Breed Group: Working
Siberian Husky

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Weight
Male: 45-60; Female: 35-50 lbs
Height
Male: 21-23.5; Female: 20-22 inches
Color(s)
All colors from black to pure white
Overview
The Siberian Husky originated in northeastern Siberia as an endurance sled dog. In 1909 large numbers of this breed arrived in Alaska to participate in sled racing. The Siberian Husky's endurance, stamina, and strength quickly made them a popular breed in the Arctic region.
Character
The Siberian Husky is a compact and strong working dog. They are able to withstand temperatures as low as 75 degrees below zero, so are best suited for cooler to cold climates. They display a measure of dignity and reserve. The Siberian Husky is an amiable companion and willing worker.
Temperament
The Siberian Husky has an affectionate, gentle, and friendly disposition. They are alert and eager to please. They are highly intelligent and have an independent spirit, which can sometimes be a challenge to their owner. This versatile breed gets along very well with children and other medium sized dogs. However, their strong predatory instinct makes them dangerous to cats and other small pets. The Siberian Husky thrives in a family environment but does not become overly attached to one specific person. They will exhibit no fear or suspicion of strangers. They are not well suited for a two career family and require attention and companionship. They prefer to live in packs.
Care
The Siberian Husky is by nature clean and free from body odor. They require daily brushing to minimize excess loose hair, tangles, and mats. Bathing should only be done when absolutely necessary with a mild shampoo. The Siberian Husky is prone to hip dysplasia, cataracts, and skin allergies. It is extremely vital that they do not become overheated.
Coat
The Siberian Husky has a medium length double coat. The under coat is dense and soft in texture. The outer coat is longer and coarse with straight guard hairs. Their coat comes in a variety of colors and patterns. The most common colors are black and white, gray and white, copper red and white, and pure white. The facial markings include masks and spectacles. The Siberian Husky is a constant shedder that totally sheds the undercoat twice a year.
Training
The Siberian Husky is highly intelligent but has a mind of its own. They will only obey a command if they see the point of it. They respond best to patience, consistency, and fairness. They will quickly take advantage of an owner that doesn't let them know who the boss is. They may be difficult to housebreak. The crate training method is recommended. They will do well with early obedience training.
Activity
The Siberian Husky has an innate and deep desire to run. They do best with a large securely fenced yard. If they are left alone for extended periods of time they will become bored which leads to digging and destruction. They make excellent walking and jogging companions provided they are very securely leashed and the climate is not too hot. The Husky is not recommended for apartment dwelling unless they are exceedingly well trained and sufficiently exercised.
Ownership
Help reduce the number of Siberian Husky puppies in shelters by doing your due diligence. Many puppies are often purchased with little or no knowledge of what goes into parenting one. Uneducated decisions often leave the puppy in need of adoption and in the care of rescue groups. Bringing home a puppy into your family has many benefits but we first implore you to educate yourself. An informed decision will take into account the characteristics of the breed, your lifestyle, expected veterinary care, the demands and limitations of owning one, their activity requirements and levels of companionship required.
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Anonymous asked:

3/22/2014 11:30:55 AM

3/22/2014 11:30:55 AM

Is there a recommended waiting period after a huskies first heat to get her spayed? My husky, Jazmyn, is almost nine months old and in heat for the first time. I am getting her spayed, but was told I had to wait three months after. Is this true?

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Anonymous

Not true. It is safe to get your husky spayed as soon as your vet gives the go ahead. It is a bit easier for the vet to do the surgery after the heat cycle is over, but it is still safe no matter what.
3/29/2014 10:55:50 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/25/2014 1:48:04 PM

2/25/2014 1:48:04 PM

My siberan husky is eight weeks, when will he grow? My Siberian Husky is very small. I want to know when hell he a bit bigger.

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Anonymous

You should start seeing growth immediately within a couple weeks he will be taller and larger in mass.
3/8/2014 6:49:37 PM

Anonymous

Siberian Huskies will grow up until two years of age but usually around one years of age is what they will end up looking like and being structure as. Do keep in mind the standards, weights, and measurements set for this breed as most people assume Huskies are considered a large breed dog when in actuality they are a medium to large sized dog. The measurements for height for a male Sibe full grown from the ground to his shoulder blades when he is standing on all four legs is only supposed to be 21-23.5 high and a female is only 20-22 inches high. Weight for a male is from 45 lbs to 50 lbs and a female is 35-50 pounds. Hope this helps!
10/6/2014 12:40:00 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/10/2013 1:18:05 PM

12/10/2013 1:18:05 PM

does an invisible fence work good for hybrid dog ? im going to buy a husky wolf mix puppy and i have the invisible fence around my property will this work for a wolf mixed dog

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Anonymous

Most likely not. Both wolves and huskies are determined runners, and the second long shock of running through it will be worth the shear joy of being able to run free. I would get a 6 foot fence and take measures he can't climb out or dig out. They are little houdinis about escaping.
3/29/2014 10:58:36 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/7/2013 4:55:01 PM

8/7/2013 4:55:01 PM

are siberian huskies and labradors compatible? are siberian huskies and labradors compatible

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Anonymous

Siberian Huskies and Labrador Retrievers are very compatible. they compliment each other greatly though Siberian Huskies Demand much attention and exercise from their Pack Leader.
8/15/2014 10:42:56 PM

Anonymous

Siberian Huskies are compatible with every living creature. They are very animal friendly wether it be another breed of dog, cats etc. It all boils down to how you introduce the new dog into the Sibes life and if there are issues being very authoritative in establishing the new pup is here to stay and that you love them. Most times if you demonstrate that the new pup is something you are close to and love a Siberian Husky will accept the animal based on the fact they view you as their superior.
10/6/2014 12:43:23 AM

Anonymous asked:

6/1/2013 12:44:21 PM

6/1/2013 12:44:21 PM

I am wanting to breed my husky she is 5 months old now.. What is the best age to start breeding her I am wanting to breed my husky she is 5 months old now.. What is the best age to start breeding her

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Anonymous

Responsible, educated breeders don't breed before the dog is 2 and has her hips and elbows OFA rated, at least one CERF eye exam, and any other health testing needed with the breed. People who breed without health screening just add to the population of poor quality dogs that are at higher risk of health and temperament problems. You should also be very knowledgable about your breed, have enough space and money to house unsold puppies until you find really good, permanent homes, and be able to take back a dog a buyer can't keep. If not you just contribute to the number of huskies in shelters or worse.
9/3/2013 5:38:59 PM

Anonymous

Never breed on their first heat. Seven months is absolutely ridiculous to suggest. Breeding by AKC standard is no earlier than 8 months of age as they will not register any litter bred by a dam in which the dam is under 8 months. But this is still to early as the female is still developing. Good rule of thumb is to wait til she is at least a year and a half and has had at least one heat cycle and is on her second to third.
10/6/2014 12:48:08 AM

rosijo2010 asked:

4/13/2013 11:50:23 PM

4/13/2013 11:50:23 PM

husky puppy................................................................ is a husky puppy ok in alabama

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Anonymous asked:

4/7/2013 8:26:57 AM

4/7/2013 8:26:57 AM

Husky mate with caucasion Can huskies mate with caucasion ??

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Anonymous asked:

3/4/2013 10:11:18 PM

3/4/2013 10:11:18 PM

why wont my husky shed I have a 2 year old white husky he has NEVER shed it seems like he only had an undercoat.1 is that possible. It seems like his fur is breaking off or falling out in patches any idea why

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Anonymous

The Huskies coat is breaking off in patches? In fact that is shedding as all of my dogs shed this way. It's called blowing out and takes some time for this to start happening. Sibes have two blowouts per year one before winter and one going into summer.
10/6/2014 12:51:14 AM

Anonymous

The Huskies coat is breaking off in patches? In fact that is shedding as all of my dogs shed this way. It's called blowing out and takes some time for this to start happening. Sibes have two blowouts per year one before winter and one going into summer. Some of mine had started as early as one year while on of my other sibes didn't start shedding and blowing out til he was almost two years of age.
10/6/2014 12:51:53 AM

Anonymous asked:

2/17/2013 8:59:19 PM

2/17/2013 8:59:19 PM

how long for a siberian husky to have puppies? how long for a siberian husky to have puppies?

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The gestation period for a dog is generally 64 days.
9/23/2014 6:16:31 PM

Anonymous asked:

1/4/2013 10:58:10 AM

1/4/2013 10:58:10 AM

Is there a taller than avg. Siberian Husky? Around 36 inches high. I saw a dog the other day that looked like a Siberian Husky. But he was almost waist high at the shoulder to his owner. I always thought the Siberian Husky was a shorter dog.

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No, there are not any bloodlines of purebred Siberian huskies that are nearly that tall. The standard allows for 23" for males and even a male that is somewhat taller than standard may be 25 or 26 inchces. Few breeds of dog are as tall as 36", only some of the giant breeds like Irish Wolfhounds or Great Danes may achieve that size.
2/22/2013 10:56:48 AM

Anonymous

Husky are medium to large size dogs with a male being the tallest at 23.5 inches from the ground to his shoulders while standing on all four legs. Weight max for a male is 60 lbs with the average being between 40-60 lbs. The dog you see has to be a cross between a Sibe and an extremely large breed of dog.
10/6/2014 12:54:06 AM

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