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Siberian Husky Dog Breed Puppy Ads
AKA: Arctic Husky
Breed Group: Working Group Height Male: 21-23½ inches (53-60cm.)
Breed Size: Medium Height Female: 20-22 inches (51-56cm.)
Breed Origin: USA Weight: 35-60 pounds (16½-27kg.)
The Siberian Husky is a medium sized, strong, graceful, and tenacious sled dog. He is handsome, energetic, dignified, alert, eager to please, and very adaptable. Quick, light on his feet and graceful in action, he is extremely intelligent, independent, and can be very stubborn. He is, however, affectionate, gentle and friendly. The Siberian's friendly nature makes him an unlikely candidate as a watchdog, however, his appearance is often seen as a deterrent to intruders.

The Siberian has a strong predatory instinct and care must be taken around small animals, such as squirrels, rabbits, birds, guinea pigs, hamsters, and cats, which may be viewed as prey. Another characteristic of note for the breed is his desire to run. This characteristics is part of his heritage and it is important to realize that the Siberian is not a dog who can be left unrestrained as he will run if the opportunity is there for him to do so.

The Siberian does not typically bark. He does talk in a soft "woo woo" sound and also howls quite well. Owners of multiple Siberians report frequent howling, starting and stopping simultaneously. This is typical behaviour of the pack oriented breed that he is.

The Siberian Husky breed was originally developed as an endurance sled dog in northeastern Asia. In 1909, a large number of dogs were brought to Alaska to compete in the long-distance All-Alaska Sweepstakes races and the Alaskan dog drivers quickly recognized the abilities of these huskies from Siberia.
The life expectancy of the Siberian Husky is around 12-14 years. There are a number of health problems associated with this breed, and this includes PRA, cataracts, glaucoma, HD, and thyroid problems. The parents of the Siberian Husky puppy should have OFA certificates as well as either CERF or SHOR certificates.
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Siberian Husky

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Guard Dog? 3
Watch Dog? 2
Exercise Needed? 4
Grooming? 3
Energy Level? 4
Shedding? 5
Ease to Train? 2
Good with children? 5
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