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The Siberian Husky

Written By macky on Monday, May 28, 2012 | 4:07 AM



As a breed, Siberian Huskies are not bad tempered—and may even be too good for humans. These dogs look a little bit like wolves but are more handsome. Siberian Huskies have a pleasant nature. A Siberian Husky is alert, fond of fun and adjusts easily to his environment. Their intelligence is proven. Their all-around ability makes huskies a friend, usually matching to humans at all ages in a variety of situations.
Siberian Husky
Appearance

Huskies have a solid body, with erect ears and a tail like a broom. Siberian Huskies have almond shaped eyes lying at an angle—their eyes may be blue (dark or ice blue), brown (from amber to dark brown), or one eye may be blue and the other brown (complete heterochromia) or both eyes partly blue and partly brown. They have a double coat—dense undercoat and longer (but still short) guard hairs. The distinctive nature of their gait is smooth and looks like without power. Siberian Husky male race look masculine but not coarse, females look feminine but without weakness of structure. The color and pattern combinations in the Siberian Husky are similar to the Alaskan Malamute.

Characteristic

The Siberian Husky has a benign nature and is the most benign member of the family of dog ​​sled pullers. Generally, these dogs may also relate to other dogs and other breeds. The Husky is a dog that has high intelligence making them easy to train with love and praise.
In order to keep Siberian Huskies in top shape, they need a lot of exercise and mental activity (their intelligence makes them get bored easily). Because of their thick fur, they don’t do well in hot climates. Their fur also needs weekly grooming, but other than that, requires no other maintenance. They periodically shed their fur in preparation for spring.
Siberian Husky
Feeding

Huskies are known to run under even under a small amount of food. Overfeeding could be a problem in temperate countries if the amount of food is not controlled. It is common to feed them good quality dry food with red meat once a day.

As previously mentioned, Siberian Huskies don’t take well to hot climates so, if you live in the tropics and you get a Siberian Husky, you’ll need to provide the dog with an acceptable environment to make him comfortable. In the tropics, the husky may do well in cool mountain areas.
In Indonesia, for example, a new Siberian Husky can take 2-3 weeks before it adapts to its new home. Rice is mixed into the meat of these dogs’ diet to prevent them from becoming obese and they are fed twice a day, once in the morning and once in the afternoon..
Siberian Husky
Training

Education for Siberian Husky must be given daily. In the morning, exercise for an hour—the type of exercise given depends on the purpose, whether it’s for obedience or dexterity test. The training begins with gentle walking, running and skills, such as teethers, jumping, shaking hands, controlling aggression and so on. The usefulness of this exercise is to hone their skills and intelligence to maintain the health of your pet to stay alive.
Siberian Husky
 Size and proportion

Siberian Huskies are purebred dogs belonging to the Spitz of the north (like the Samoyed). They have average body size, with streaks of light fur and an elegant, powerful and free nature. Their bodies are compact with smooth hair and erect ears. As previously mentioned, they share similar looks with the Alaskan Malamute but their Alaskan cousin is slower and more powerfully built while huskies are smaller and faster.

Height: Males 21 to 23.5 inches at the withers, females 20-22 inches at the withers.
Weight: Males 45-60 pounds (20-27kg), females 35-50 pounds. (16-23kg)
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