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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:

2/27/2015 10:31:24 AM

2/27/2015 10:31:24 AM

What weather do Siberian Husky's like to be in?

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Anonymous

The Siberian Husky was bred to be able to live comfortably in cold weather. So in reality, they do best in cooler weather. However, if their needs are met and they are kept cool by other means then panting then they can live almost anywhere. The dog should have access to fresh, cool water at all times, a kitty pool (if they like to swim) and access to the house with air conditioning during the hot times of the year. The dog should be walked in the early morning or evening so that the dog does not over-heat.
2/27/2015 12:03:44 PM

Anonymous asked:

2/17/2015 9:08:50 PM

2/17/2015 9:08:50 PM

How much does a Siberian Husky shed between blowouts?

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Anonymous

Siberian Huskies shed their fur all year long, but they blow their coats twice a year. The Siberian Husky is a serious shedder, but a high quality diet and brushing your dog every day will keep the hair down in your house.
2/18/2015 11:52:05 AM

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1/11/2015 2:47:14 PM

1/11/2015 2:47:14 PM

Questions about the Siberian Husky How good is the Siberian Husky breed around Shih Tzu's? Is it okay to have around kids young and babies? Will the Husky do well with more than itself of the same breed? Is an acre of land good enough for it to run on and get all it's energy out? How often should you take them outside to potty? Can they have a designated spot to sleep in the house and is it bad to put them in a large fence-like kennel when you go out? So they're outside instead of inside so they can run and potty till you get home?

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Anonymous

The Siberian Husky is a energetic breed of dog that enjoys life. However, like every breed of dog, it does have a prey drive. Which means that it will be tempted to chase after smaller animals, such as a Shih Tzu. But if the dog is well socialized as a puppy, the dog should be fine around small dogs. But all interactions between the two should be supervised. Husky's can be wonderful family dogs as long as they are socialized around children and babies and all interactions are supervised. The Siberian Husky again can play with any other dog, including another Husky as long as they dog is socialized as a puppy. An acre of land is a good sized back yard, but your Husky will not exercise itself.
1/12/2015 4:13:13 PM

Anonymous

You MUST take him/her on walks/jogs/runs/hikes to burn off it's energy. Do not expect a Husky to exercise itself while you are away, they will be destructive, not productive. The Siberian Husky needs an average of 3 hours of hard running exercise a day as an adult. A dog should be allowed to go outside several times through out the day, but should be able to hold it for 6 - 8 hours if left indoors as an adult. But that is max amount of time you should force a dog to hold itself. Yes they can be taught to sleep in a certain spot in the house. As long as the kennel has shelter, fresh water, shade and toys/bones for it to chew on/play with then the dog would be fine in a kennel while you are out.
1/12/2015 4:13:33 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/29/2014 5:47:28 PM

12/29/2014 5:47:28 PM

Siberian Husky I have one Siberian Husky and two older dogs. My Husky is young, 14 weeks. I want him to have someone to play with! I totally have the room and funds, but is it a good idea?

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Anonymous

Raising a puppy is difficult, raising two puppies is even more so. If you are wanting to have your puppy have friends, then go make him some friends! Enroll him in a puppy enrichment class with a positive reinforcement trainer, take him to the dog park and/or walk him around there are other people walking their dogs. You are bound to find someone you and your puppy like to spend time with. With two older dogs in the home, one puppies is enough chaos in their lives.
12/29/2014 11:32:25 PM

Anonymous asked:

12/19/2014 9:03:40 AM

12/19/2014 9:03:40 AM

Can you train Siberian Husky's to watch over kids adults and teenagers?

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Anonymous

The Siberian Husky is a machine of a dog. They thrive on a job and love to do that job once they know what it is. Normally it would be running in front of a sled, but since Siberian Husky's are more common as companion animals they have learned new jobs; such as watching over the family. So yes, a Siberian Husky can be trained to watch out for the family. Using positive reinforcement training and keeping the training fun and interesting will help you keep your Husky's focus as they can get bored easily.
12/19/2014 9:23:08 AM

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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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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

Yes, siberian huskies and labradors are compatible
9/1/2013 6:49:55 PM

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

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I would never breed a dog until at least a year old. Preferably on the second cycle. Their bodies are not mature when they are younger.
6/10/2013 3:57:19 PM

Anonymous

7 months old
7/4/2013 1:17:42 PM

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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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

It sounds like your husky has a medical condition called Hair Follicle Dysplasia. In Malamutes it's called Coat Funk. It is not curable and your dog should be seen by a vet right away. There are some things you can do to help him, such as adding supplements to his diet, but this is something he will have the rest of his life. It is not that uncommon in the breed and it usually affects males that are at least a few years old.
5/27/2013 11:08:43 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.
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?

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Anonymous

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

Anonymous asked:

12/19/2012 5:29:12 PM

12/19/2012 5:29:12 PM

Can Siberian Husky live well in California

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Anonymous

Maybe, but you will have to get your Siberian Husky's hair trimmed very often because their fur is very thick.
4/23/2013 7:59:35 PM

Anonymous

Yes,Siberian Huskies can.I am a breeder of 8 years.I live in lower Alabama. As long as I offer them a kiddy pool to swim in and an air conditioned room,in case they get too hot,they are fine.I also cut out their undercoat every summer.
12/3/2013 4:06:27 PM

Anonymous

NEVER EVER TRIM OR SHAVE YOUR HUSKY EVER. You will forever damage their ability to grow their undercoat back properly. It is this undercoat that insulates thier body from both the cold and the heat. Huskies do well in all types of weather including the desert. That being said you will need to provide them with shade and plenty of fresh I emphasize FRESH water. Huskies demand much from their Pack Leader, attention and especially exercise. If you do not have the time to play with and walk your Husky for at least 1 hour per day you will have a very hard time controlling your Siberian Husky. Huskies must be vigorously exercised daily.
8/15/2014 11:20:18 PM

Anonymous

Never trim your husky. Shaving or trimming your husky is extremely detrimental to their health. Their coat keeps them 20 degrees colder in the summer and 20 degrees warmer in the winter. Their coats are built for extremes but never leave your pups out if it is over 90 degrees with high humidity this is just to much on a Siberian husky. They will need to be kept inside with air condition but not to cold to induce a blowout where you convince the dogs internal clock that it is going into winter. But do make sure the dog always has water as they will go through excessive amounts in heat. Also you can add some coconut water and or oil to their water which will help keep them fully hydrated.
10/6/2014 12:57:06 AM

Anonymous asked:

12/1/2012 6:57:59 PM

12/1/2012 6:57:59 PM

is husky a safe and good dog for kids and around other animals

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Because Siberian huskies have a high prey drive, they are not always totally safe with small animals including cats and other pets. They may not be the best choice for really young children either, but for older ones they can be a fun companion as long as they receive good training and plenty of exercise. A fenced yard is a must with this breed, and an owner who has the time and commitment to meet the needs for exercise and training. Huskies can run miles a day and can not be left alone and unexercised. They will be very destructive if so.
12/3/2012 3:46:20 PM

Anonymous

We have 2 Huskies, an American Staffordshire, 2 Cats, and 2 young Children. We have NEVER had any issues. Huskies are extremely playful and intelligent. Because of this, they will get themselves in to some occasional trouble. Train them early, and always introduce any animal to ALL members of your household in a controlled environment *BEFORE* you bring them in to your home!
1/3/2013 3:18:40 PM

Anonymous

Some other things I should point out about this is that even when your raise a Siberian from puppyhood with other small animals, that doesn't guarantee safety forever. I have been involved in this breed for over 25 years and have lived with about a dozen myself, as well as being very active in the commumity of owners. Small pets can egage in behaviors that trigger prey drive at any point, and I have first hand knowledge of Sibes killing cats and other pets even after years of being safe with them. It is something a prospective Sibe owner needs to understand fully, so they can take appropriate precautions.
2/22/2013 10:54:47 AM

Anonymous

Well it depends Siberian Huskies are very kind around little kids/babies and they also shed alot so do yourself a favor and buy yourself a furminator
7/9/2013 12:19:03 PM

Anonymous

Siberian scan coexist with any animal. It's asinine to state they have a prey instinct as if all dogs no matter the breed don't have the same exact instinct. If they are raised with the animals and you provide proper regular supervised exposure and don't just throw them together they will be fine and co exist very well. It comes down to the owners of the dogs and not properly exposing and supervising the interactions within the first year of them getting acquainted that can account for issues later on. Huskies just don't kill. I have six Siberian huskies and three cats and have never once had an issue. They love everyone and think they are lap dogs. It comes down to how you raise them and treat them.
10/6/2014 1:01:32 AM

Anonymous asked:

11/28/2012 9:16:19 AM

11/28/2012 9:16:19 AM

What age can they live up to What age can Siberian Husky's live up to?

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Siberian Huskies life expectancy is 10 to 14 years but they have been known to live as long as 17 years. I have a friend who had one that was 17 and I just recently lost our male at the age of 14 yeas 4 months.
12/4/2012 12:28:06 AM

Anonymous

I just lost my husky, Drake, 5 weeks ago. He was 11 years and 4 days. All of a sudden one day he had 3 seizures, took him to emergency and had to put him down due to a brain tumor. Extremely hard for us to do but if it wasn't for his brain tumor I could have seen him living for another couple years for sure. You just never know so love them everyday.
12/14/2012 6:14:27 PM

Anonymous

About 12 to 14 years but of course it could live even longer
6/19/2014 8:53:44 PM

Anonymous

I had to put my husky down due to severe intractable arthritis at age 16. That 's pretty old for any dog.
12/22/2014 1:22:00 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/20/2012 6:28:34 PM

11/20/2012 6:28:34 PM

how much excerise does a husky need daily

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Anonymous

We walk our husky 5-6 miles during the workweek. Two miles in the am, 1 mile at lunch, and another 2-3 miles after work. This seems to be working well keeping her out of trouble. On weekends we are weekend warriors and can do as much as 12 miles per day hiking, walking and jogging. The fresh air does tire her out
11/21/2012 3:19:31 PM

Anonymous

Hisky's need a copious amount of exercise - they are a working breed and designed to run if you dont have the time to invest in this breed I dont recommend it
12/7/2012 9:41:00 PM

Anonymous asked:

11/3/2012 6:37:47 PM

11/3/2012 6:37:47 PM

I live in South carolina and have a cat, but I am thinking about getting a husky, would it be... I live in South carolina and have a cat, but I am thinking about getting a husky, would it be okay?

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Anonymous

If you get a husky puppy, they will grow up together, there' s should not be any problems....only if you get a adult husky!!!_
11/25/2012 1:34:48 PM

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10/13/2012 12:34:04 PM

10/13/2012 12:34:04 PM

I have a seven-month-old Siberian Husky, 50 pounds, and a two-year-old shih-poo 18 pounds. The... I have a seven-month-old Siberian Husky, 50 pounds, and a two-year-old shih-poo 18 pounds. The Siberian Husky has been with us since he was a pup, I have a fairly large backyard. The two dogs run and play with each other, but the Siberian Husky puts his open mouth around the back of my Shih-poo's neck and sometimes holds her down with his paws. I can't help but think all he would have to do is bite down hard on her neck and we would be heading for the vet or worse. What are the chances of this happening since they were raised together of him hurting her seriously? Is it just a matter of time. I'm wearing myself out constantly helicoptering them.

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Anonymous

I would recommend supervising and getting the husky to play in a dfferent manner. What he is doing is dominanting the smaller dog, and because of the size difference it could be an issue as he matures. He is still very immature and is just "practicing" behaviors related to rank order and canine social structure. What he learns now is what he will do in a more determined nature when he is fully mature in a couple years. Just because dogs are raised together does not mean they will always get along. How well that works out often has to do with how knowledgable and proactive the owner is at managing developing relationships between the dogs. If you are unsure how to do this, it may be good to work with a qualitified behaviorist who can teach you in person.
10/16/2012 10:03:46 AM

Anonymous

This is a common play behavior and does not usually evolve into attacking behavior. I have raised huskys for many years, and they all play in this manner. If the dogs are playing this way and seem to be getting along there is no problem. Huskys have a strong prey drive, so it is natural for them to play in this way. My huskys typically kill rodents, but I have never had them attack anything larger.
12/9/2012 10:33:23 AM

Anonymous asked:

9/24/2012 4:02:42 PM

9/24/2012 4:02:42 PM

HOW LONG DO HUSKYS LIVE?

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Husky's can live up to 17 years old
7/10/2013 11:25:40 AM

Anonymous asked:

9/12/2012 10:10:12 PM

9/12/2012 10:10:12 PM

Would siberian huskies have over heating problems in Texas?

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Anonymous

I live in el paso Texas and my siberian lives in the backyard, that due to grass is not excessively hot during the day, but i give him fresh water twice a day and exercise and play is during nights. i also bought a half feet high kids swimming pool just for him
9/15/2012 11:26:49 PM

Anonymous

They will do fine huskies prefer colder climates however they have a dual coat that traps warmth in in cold weather and vice versa in the heat plenty of water and shade and they will cope just fine
4/22/2014 5:44:34 PM

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8/22/2012 8:32:52 AM

8/22/2012 8:32:52 AM

People say you need a large yard - would it be okay if you had large balcony? ... People say you need a large yard - would it be okay if you had large balcony? Is the husky the right dog if live in NYC. ? ( i live close to centrel park )

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Anonymous

Since this is a breed that was bred to run dozens of miles a day, even just a large yard is not enough. Husky's need a lot of mental and physical stimulation. I don't think they are a good choice for city life especially without a large yard. If confined to a house or apartment for many hours a day, they usually howl and carry on, causing problems with the neighbors and stress for everyone involved. They are better suited for people with plenty of fenced area to run, or people who will jog with them, use them as sled dogs which they LOVE, and have plenty of time. By that I mean not just a couple hours a day, after work, to walk a dog. Also, Sibes do best when they are not single dogs. They really thrive in a group of other Sibes or similar type dogs.
9/1/2012 11:21:58 AM

Anonymous

That counts as well but huskies need more than that they need exercise and stuff. They need to be out like take them jogging biking roller blading treadmill walks scootering and going sledding with them
7/10/2013 11:35:24 AM

Anonymous

If you can't excercise your dog extensively he will become bored and take it out on your stuff. With lots and lots of excercise they are great dogs. I've seen huskies in New York pulling their "masters " down the block.
12/22/2014 1:29:39 PM

Anonymous asked:

8/13/2012 12:03:06 AM

8/13/2012 12:03:06 AM

how old can you see eye color in husky pups?

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Anonymous

Around 3 or 4 weeks old..
11/25/2012 11:58:49 PM

Anonymous

The true permanent color of a husky is permanent at five weeks you cant be for sure till then
12/7/2012 9:42:21 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/31/2012 11:44:53 PM

7/31/2012 11:44:53 PM

could a husky pup live at florida

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Anonymous

Husky's could but you would have to give them water breaks all the time. I personally would say no because the husky would not have such a good time..
8/22/2012 8:21:27 AM

Anonymous

Huskys do well in all climates. I have had huskys for years in south Texas (100+ in summer) with no problems. They need shade areas and plenty of water available. Other than that they will be fine. Contrary to popular belief, the undercoat provides insulation from both heat and cold, so these dogs should NOT EVER be shaved.
12/9/2012 10:28:10 AM

Anonymous asked:

7/25/2012 4:07:47 PM

7/25/2012 4:07:47 PM

hello i live in new jersey and im trying to get a huskie. what is the hottest temp. that a... hello i live in new jersey and im trying to get a huskie. what is the hottest temp. that a huskies can live under?

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Anonymous

Any dog could be at risk as the temperatures rise into the 90s, and especially 100s. They don't sweat but must pant to cool themselves, so if the air is as hot as their body temperature, it is hard for them to cool. At times like that they should be in air conditioning if at all possible. If not they need good shade and cold water at all times. A fan can help a little. Don't shave a husky either, as that does not help them stay cool.
7/28/2012 11:00:50 AM

Anonymous asked:

7/19/2012 3:30:43 PM

7/19/2012 3:30:43 PM

What shouldn't you feed a husky.

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Anonymous

I wouldn't feed a husky or any dog the cheaper dog foods such as Ol Roy or other discount brands. They need a diet that is higher in meat, and ideally has no grains in the first 5 ingredients. You will pay $2-$4 a pound for such food but it will save you money at the vet, not dealing with allergies and other health problems caused by a poor quality diet. Even better, if you can feed a raw food diet, that is ideal for this and any breed.
7/28/2012 11:02:04 AM

Anonymous

You mean like raw chicken, or beef etc.
7/30/2012 11:41:08 AM

Anonymous

Yes, raw chicken or beef, but not just muscle meat like hamburger. In feeding an appropriate, raw food diet you have to strive for a balance of meat, bone and organ. If you search things like "raw diets for dogs" you will get lots of information. One company that sells products is www.mypetcarnivore.com There are many other sources too. You must do your research to learn how to feed a balanced raw diet with cuts that are the right size and style for each size or breed of dog. Done correctly, a raw meat/bones/organs diet is the best you can do for a dog, but done incorrectly it can be bad just like feeding poor quality dry food.
8/10/2012 3:54:42 PM

Anonymous

They love fish, bones and all.
12/22/2014 1:32:16 PM

Anonymous asked:

7/13/2012 5:52:34 AM

7/13/2012 5:52:34 AM

If introduced as a puppy, would a siberian husky live happily with cats?

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Anonymous

The husky may be happy but the cats may not be. I am a canine behaviorist with 30 years experience, and I had Siberians for about 25 years. Even when raised with cats, many will still hunt and kill them. It is worse if the cat gets outside, or there is more one dog, or the dog doesn't know the cat, or the cat runs. This breed has such a high prey drive and it's easily triggered, so any small pet including cats can be a target of that. I personally won't risk it.
7/14/2012 4:31:52 PM

Anonymous

My White Husky was 3 yrs old and had come from a reservation when I adopted her. She had survived by eating rabbits and feeding her 2 babies. She entered my home and passed my 5 kitties on her way to check out her new future digs and decided that she was adopting me! and my 5 kitties! and my Lab female. Roxie is currently 12 I/2 yrs old and still plays with the cats. So to answer your question, I believe it has to do with their temperment. If they are laid back louie's like my Roxie, they take everything in their stride. If they are high strung, then many things could be a challenge and we have all heard the stories about Huskies not being trusted around cats or small animals. Well, with Roxie having survived by hunting rabbits, she never entertained hunting the cats. So take your time in selecting your husky. I promote adoptions as all my pets have been adopted with the exception of one that I got from a breeder.
8/27/2013 9:52:10 PM

Owen87 asked:

7/1/2012 3:18:12 PM

7/1/2012 3:18:12 PM

What temperatures should i have him in when I get my husky

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Anonymous

The cooler the better. Huskys don't do as well in extreme heat. If you live in the south, or anywhere in the current heatwave, it's best to have the dog inside the air conditioning. Never shave a husky though, it can ruin the coat and does little to help the dog deal with heat, since dogs don't sweat except through their paws. They need access to cold water whenever it is warm or hot out, and the rest of the time should still have water available.
7/5/2012 11:05:42 AM

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