Siberian Husky Puppy. Siberian Husky Dog
This breed first appeared almost 3 thousand years ago, in a Siberian tribe, the Chukchis. The Husky owes his name to the particular sound of his voice, and it was used for hunting and also as a shepherd. This tribe adapted to the cold in this region because of this dog. The Chukchs have treated theirwarmly and kindly, which was not the case in the neighboring tribes. Due to this, the Siberian Husky grew pacific and loving, used to the care of women and children. The Husky was introduced in North America in 1909, by aRussian skin dealer. The Siberian Husky is smaller and more agile than the Alaskan Malamute, a strong dog. Huskies get used to warm climate easily, but not to hot weather.
Character of the Siberian Husky Dog: Huskies are independent and conceited, sometimes stubborn. They don't admit brutality, and need exercise and lots of attention and discipline. They are not easy to tame, but with patience and authority, it can be accomplished. They are usually fond of their owners, but not submissive.
Characteristics of the Siberian Husky Puppy
- Size: The male is 54-60 cm, while the female is: 51-56 cm long
- Weight: Male: 20-27 kg, female: 15.5-22 kg
- Color: Any color, the most common are gray, black, red and even with spots, usually around the head.
- Hair: Thick and woolly.