The Siberian Husky is friendly and intelligent but also a bit independent and stubborn. Get these classic polar dogs in the following coloring pictures below.
The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized dog and is slightly taller than he is tall. The height varies from 50 to 60 cm and the weight from 20 to 35 kg.
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The Siberian Husky has upright ears and brown to blue eyes or maybe even one of any color. The neck is straight, and the backline is straight. The tail with lots of coat is carried like a sickle or sometimes straight back.
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Siberian Huskies have a dense hairy, fluffy coat with different under layers—a small collar around the neck, but no long fringes on the legs or tail.
The colors vary from black to white and everything in between. Most dogs have white markings, especially on the chest and legs.
Siberian Huskies are classic polar dogs. They are intelligent, but sometimes independent and stubborn.
Siberian Huskies love the company of people, but as a puppy, they need a bright but friendly education.
These dogs are bred to run, and their love for running can sometimes be stronger than their love for their owner. Siberian Huskies are generally friendly towards people, including children.
Most Siberian Huskies get along well with other dogs, especially those they grew up. They have a strong hunting drive and can chase cats and cattle.
Especially in warm weather, Siberian Huskies can be real diggers because they like to create a cool place to lie. Usually, they don’t bark, but they do howl.
Siberian Huskies have developed under challenging conditions, so it will not surprise anyone that they are easy to keep. They can quickly become too fat if they are overfed or if they don’t move enough.
These dogs are bred to run and need to run at least a few times a week. Siberian Huskies are energetic dogs that often live to be 14 years old.
A positive upbringing and early socialization are essential for the Siberian Husky to focus on humans. These dogs enjoy human companionship and love to be busy if only jogging with you.
Siberian Huskies are not instant watchdogs but will start barking if anything happens. If they have to spend too much time alone, they can become diggers and chewers or treat the neighbors to a beautiful howling concert.
They need care a few times a week, and some more during the molting season. The short coat of the Siberian Husky is less prone to felting than the coat of other polar dogs.