AKC Dog Breed Video – Siberian Husky
known for his incredible endurance friendly demeanor and deep affection the siberian husky is a wonderful friend an enthusiastic family member and a tireless playmate siberian huskies are graceful.
Well-muscled elegant dogs they are medium-sized and compact with males measuring 22 to 23 and a half inches in females 20 to 22 inches the ears are forward set and thickly furred with slightly rounded tips the eyes are almond shaped and can be blue brown or both.
Siberian huskies are playful and have almost boundless energy their strong pack instinct makes them loving companions but they don't like to be left alone they can get into trouble without enough stimulation you'll be hard-pressed to tire out your siberian husky he was bred to run all day and can cover.
Hundreds of miles in near freezing temperatures because he has so much energy the siberian husky does best with lots of play time and exercise he needs a fenced in yard at home to keep him safe from traffic and wandering off but he also loves open areas like dog.
Parks where he can romp with other dogs and burn off some of that energy the siberian husky has a thick coat meant to keep him warm in below freezing weather he naturally keeps himself clean but still needs to be brushed weekly and more often during shedding seasons a siberian husky's shed coat can look.
Like snowfall of its own the siberian husky's supercharged demeanor can make him more challenging to train than some other breeds using treats can produce great results but he's so smart he'll try to figure out how to get the most treats out of you while training.
siberian huskies were first bred by the chukchi people in northeast asia the breed was brought to the u.s in the early 1900s where it quickly proved itself an incredibly competitive sled dog the akc officially recognized the siberian husky in 1930.
bursting with spirit and affection the siberian husky brings warmth to every winter for more information about siberian huskies and everything else you want to know about dogs visit akc.org