The Siberian Husky – Wolf white creatures
Colors & Markings: Agouti & White, Black & White, Grey & White, Red & White, White
Temperament: Loyal, Outgoing, Mischievous
Height: 20-24 inches
Weight: 20-28 kg (male), 18-26 kg (female)
Life Expectancy: 11-13 years
Group: Working Group
Before getting Siberian Husky puppy in Chandigarh and Jalandhar, let us get know about this breed first.
The Siberian Husky is an excellent pet for homes with children. Siberian Huskies are, and they need at least 60 minutes’ daily exercise. Siberian Huskies are long distance Runners.
They shed a lot especially during spring, but this is a natural breed to care for. The Siberian Husky living in Cooler temperatures tend to shed a lot less than those living in the warm climate.
If your dream animal looks like a wolf and smells like a flower, then the Siberian Husky is the perfect pet for you. This dog originated in northeastern Siberia. They lived with nomadic tribes before being brought to Alaska during the Goldrush at the start of the 20th century. The breed has developed in Harsh environments that require teamwork to survive. They need an owner who is a clear leader of the pack.
The unique beauty makes Siberians are popular but often hastily obtained dog breed. Siberian Husky is the largest working sledge dog despite massive shedding, air clean, neat animals with a dense double coat that doesn’t suffer from the usual doggie odour. Built for cold climates care must be taken with these hairy beasts in the summer months.
Huskies often have pale blue-green or amber eyes, but darker or different coloured eyes are also found.
Huskies don’t bark, but they love to howl which may not impress your neighbours. Siberians are a pack animal, that needs a robust dominant
owner who can handle their independent nature. With proper control and training, they’re a delightful dog to have.
They are Happy, gentle and love being part of a family. They are not recommended for apartments. These white wolf creatures need outdoor space, plenty of exercises and somewhere to dig. Come in from the cold and hug a husky your favourite hairy Siberian psychic.