Siberian husky puppies

5 less known things about Siberian husky puppies

Dogs are perhaps the most loving creatures on the earth. They love you unconditionally and never let you feel bad.  There are different types of dogs out there and you can pick as per your choice and preference. Amidst different dog breeds, have you ever heard about Siberian husky? There are many families out there who go for this breed because of their adorable traits.

Most of the dog lovers recognize a Siberian husky when they observe one. The wolf-like features of husky are absolutely difficult to miss, and their intense blue eyes will have you fascinated. There are plenty of things about this breed that make individuals own one. Whether it is about breed, size, fur or habits; this breed does not disappoint you. Of course there are some peculiar traits of this dog that might be new for you but at the end of the day, these dogs are charming and absolutely worth having. Once you look at the Siberian husky puppies, you would fall in love at the first sight. Believe it or not, these creatures are charismatic. Following are five less known things about Siberian husky that you must know.

1.       Attractive appearance

These handsome huskies are a medium-sized dog having a light, compact frame.  His body is well proportioned and absolutely muscular. Don’t be surprised if you discover   interesting black-and-white or even red-and-white pattern on the head of your husky.  Icing on the cake is the triangle -shaped ears that open forward and don’t miss out on their almond-shaped eyes that can make anybody hypnotised.

This breed holds his head high and the straight back concludes in a bushy tail.  His coat is extremely thick, but the fur is quite close to his body and comes in a huge range of colours.   If you are going to have a male husky then he might be normally 21 to 23.5 inches when it comes to height and 45 to 60 pounds.  And if you are going to own a female husky, she would be a bit smaller at 20 to 22 inches and 35 to 50 pounds.

2.       Their Origin

The Siberian husky was originated in northeaster Siberia, and they were bred by the Chukchi Eskimos of northeaster Asia. They were used to pull heavy loads on lengthy distances across rough patches in difficult conditions.  People also used Huskies to herd reindeer and this breed worked as watchdogs too. Once they arrived in Alaska during the Nome Gold Rush, Huskies started appearing across the U.S. and Canada. Their popularity shoots up like anything!  At present this breed is mainly a pet or show dog.

3.       Beautiful Shades

The shade of the nose of a husky depends on the colour of her coat.  Yes, you heard it right. The nose is quite black in gray, tan, and black dogs, flesh-coloured in pure white dogs and liver-coloured in copper dogs. The eyes may also vary in shades from blue, amber, brown or a combination. These huskies can also have half-brown and half-blue eyes that are known as parti-eyed. They can even have one blue and one brown eye: these are called bi-eyes.

Talking about coat of a Siberian husky, it comes in all shades directly ranging from black to pure snowy white. These are with or without markings on head. Their face mask and underbody are characteristically white.  the commonest Husky colour combinations can be like red and white, black and white, sable and white, gray, and white red-orange having black tips, and piebald; that means  irregular patches of two different colour. Similarly solid colour coats may be silver, brown, wolf-gray, dark gray, and even white. These creatures carry their tails over backs in a curve. Huskies have good-sized feet that operate as show shoes. There is even hair between their toes to assist them stay warm.

4.       Training won’t be easy

If you are thinking that you would bring home a Siberian husky and train him then you are wrong. These Huskies are absolutely intelligent; however, the dog is not as eager to please her humans as the other breeds. It is something that makes her more challenging to train.  It would be helpful for you to know that these huskies do much better with seasoned, knowledgeable owners who insure they are frequently socialized and trained across their lives.   There have also been instances wherein the Siberian husky owners have experience a weird situation. These huskies may act differently in a training class and entirely different at home. They may be willing to learn in a training class and you might find them lazy at home for training.

5.       Notorious  Beings

You heard it absolutely right. These Siberian Huskies possess a well-earned reputation for running away from home if they get any chance. In case they get even a smidgen of way to escape, they would escape in no time. Several of these gorgeous dogs have been wounded or lost forever as a consequence. Huskies can easily jump fences, crawl under the fences, break tie-out chains, slip collars, and even perform other tough and weird behaviours to free them from imprisonment.

If you are going to have a husky in home, it would be good if you install a high fence that is buried various inches below ground. And once you have one, you might have to constantly check your yard for paths your dog might escape.  Similarly, if you are thinking about taking your beloved Siberian for a walk that too unlatched then you might have to rethink. It is highly advised to take your husky for walks latched. It is simply because they might be dangerous for other small creatures and you don’t want your beloved pooch to kill any other being right?

Thus, these are five of the most less-known things about Siberian husky.  Before you own one, make sure you know all these things. All in all, a husky is a dashing dude that you would be proud to have. And yes, if you have a female husky, she won’t be less than a queen!

 

Sandeep Malik

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