Learn About the Husky: 15 Facts

June 27, 2018


  • Husky puppies for sale debuted in America in 1909, in Alaska when they were brought over during the Nome gold rush to help with transportation.
  • During WWII, the Army used them for their search and rescue teams.
  • The name Husky is thought to have come about as the result of a miscommunication of the word “esky,” referring to an Eskimo dog.
  • The Siberian Husky, much like the Bulldog is very a popular mascot. For instance, they are the mascots for the University of Connecticut, Michigan Tech University, and Northeastern University.
  • Pop star Rita Ora purchased Husky puppies for sale and owns a Siberian Husky which she named Bowie, as a nod to her favorite musician, David Bowie.



  • The Husky puppies for sale that you’ve brought into your home are independent thinkers, so they’ll benefit greatly from consistent obedience training!
  • Owners who are dominant are the best purchasers of Husky puppies for sale, because they need to have an alpha leader in position who can handle them.
  • Because they’re such independent thinkers, some people think they’re not intelligent, but that’s not true. They’re extremely bright, but incredibly stubborn!
  • Husky puppies for sale have these sudden uncontrollable bursts of energy called zoomies!



Physical Appearance

  • A husky’s nose is wet due to a thin layer of mucous that absorbs scent. When his wet nose dries up at night, it’s to protect it from freezing in colder climates.
  • Husky puppies for sale and Malamutes are two totally different breeds, despite their physical similarities.
  • It is common for Huskies to have what’s called “heterochromia.” This means they have one blue eye and one brown eye. They are also have an extra eyelid!
  • No two Husky puppies for sale are the same. Their nose prints are like human fingerprints.
  • Huskies curl up to sleep with their tail covering their nose to keep warm. This is called the “Siberian Swirl.”
  • Huskies are not part wolf, contrary to popular belief!