Jake is a stunning Black Purebred puppy with a chill personality. When he is full grown he will be around 60lbs ! He likes to be where the action is. He will melt your heart!!!, He ...
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Breed Group: Working Height: 20 to 23.5 inches at the shoulder Weight: 35 to 60 pounds Life Span: 12 years
This breed was employed by the Chukchis of the Kolyma River in Siberia during the 19th century. The fine temperament of the breed can possibly be acclaimed to the fine treatment of the Chuckchis. As dog sledges were the principal means of transport, these huskies were of paramount importance to the natives. The first Siberian Huskies arrived in Alaska in the early 20th century, still known as Chuckchis. Sled-racing then became popular at about the same time and the breed’s speed amazed and inspired dog racers in the States. The Americans renamed the breed as Siberian Husky around that time.
Medium-sized dogs whose proportions suggest a balance of power, speed and endurance. With a double-layered, medium-length coat, erect ears and a brush tail, this breed makes an impressive sight on the move. They are quick and light on their feet and move in a seemingly effortless manner, with good reach in the front and good drive from behind.
The breed is known for its good temperament and its suitability in a family environment. They adore people so don’t make natural guard dogs. They love and need company and should not be left alone for long periods of time or they can become very destructive. They will be happy with other well-adjusted dogs but are keen and efficient hunters so contact with other household animals needs careful handling and training. Whilst they do not often bark, they will howl, often just for the joy of it!
Siberian Husky Cons: Huskies have an infatuation with running and love to grab whatever runs. They also sport a coat with heavy shed.
Siberian Husky Pros: Huskies present a dashing wolfish appearance and embody humor with free-spirit.
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