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November 20, 2017

Our Siberian Husky puppies for sale are one of the most recognizable and beautiful dog breeds!

The Siberian Husky is an ancient and steadfast breed that may have grown alongside humans for thousands of years. Developed in Russia by an indigenous people known as the Chukchis, these canines were employed to drag provisions behind them, enabling the Chukchi people to thrive in an inhospitable environment. This breed was developed not only to transport property and people but to live peacefully and happily in the Chukchi household. This has resulted in a friendly, enthusiastic breed with exceptional stamina. Want to see all of the precious Siberian Husky puppies for sale we have in our stores, just check our available puppies page!

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Appearance and grooming requirements

The husky is a graceful working dog of medium size, well-furred and somewhat compact. They sport erect, triangular ears and a tail with a foxlike brush shape. The medium length muzzle is slightly tapered, and the almond shaped eyes come in blue, brown, or one of each, all with a keen expression. The standard Siberian Husky colors as listed by the AKC include black, gray, red, and sable all with striking white features on their face, chest and underbelly area, legs and parts of the tail, as well as all white. The coat of a Siberian Husky requires regular brushing, at least once a week, during the majority of the year. They should not be bathed more than once a month if possible, as excessive bathing can cause the animal’s skin to dry out.

Temperament in the home

This breed was bred to be active, and they require a great deal of vigorous activity in order to maintain their health and vigor. Huskies that do not get the proper amount of exercise or mental stimulation tend to become rambunctious and destructive at home. Although the Siberian Husky has a somewhat wolf-like appearance, it was bred to work in large teams and to live among human families; the typical Siberian Husky has become a friendly and cooperative breed that gets along well with family members, other animals, and even strangers. Although this dog is typically tolerant of children, interactions with younger children with should always take place under supervision as this breed is powerfully built and can tend towards rambunctiousness.