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It shares specific traits with other northern breeds, such as having a thick double coat with a soft undercoat underneath a longer and harder outer coat that protects the skin.
The thick soft undercoat helps to keep the dog warm while the outer coat protects the skin and keeps water out.
The Husky has an attractive tail that never curves or turns backward. The tail only hangs down when the dog is resting. He has an athletic figure that is slightly longer than his height, exhibiting balance and grace.
Typically, his eyes are brown or blue. Sometimes, he may have a unique trait known as heterochromia, whereby one eye is a different color from the other.
His face displays a white mask, and his expression is always friendly, exhibiting readiness for action like that of an animal. His ears are of medium size, erect with a triangular shape, and his coat color ranges from white to black.

Where it comes from: From the northern part of Siberia
Height: Both males and females
The height of this breed ranges from 53 to 60 cm for males and 51 to 56 cm for females.
Weight: Both males and females are of this breed.
The weight of this breed ranges from 20 to 27 kg for males and 16-23 kg for females.
The maintenance of the breed's coat requires proper care.
Requires regular brushing twice a week. Sheds hair twice a year, but only if kept indoors.

It requires intense and consistent exercise, including running and cannot be left alone indoors. Training should begin at an early stage, but it is not reasonable to expect absolute obedience. The Siberian Husky gets bored easily and will only follow commands when he feels like it.● Abilities: It can carry heavy loads, pull sleds and is a great companion.This breed is suitable for working and carrying heavy loads.However, it is not suitable for guarding, protection or for people who want it to stay indoors.

Huskies are generally healthy but may have dysplasia and eye conditions such as cataracts, as well as incomplete tooth attachment.



General Information

Exercise and Training

Health Issues

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