Siberian Husky – Everything You Need To Know About Owning a Siberian Husky Puppy



on this week's episode of the canine show we're going to be taking a look at the Siberian Husky Liberian Husky originates from you guessed it Siberia although these dogs closely resemble wolves it looks they weren't just found roaming around in Siberia the Siberian Husky was developed by the Chukchi people around 4000 years ago they bred dogs to assist in hunting and pull heavy loads long distances and extremely cold environments the Chukchi people hugely respected their dogs and very rarely would they allow people to ride in the sleds and they believed that if you mistreated the dog you would not be allowed into heaven Siberian Huskies are large dogs males range from 53 to 60 centimetres tall and weigh up to 27 kilograms females are 51 to 56 centimeters and can weigh up to 22 kilograms Kennel Club recognizes all colors of Siberian Huskies as well as markings and they typically consist of a combination of white silver gray tan and black hood skis often have multicolored eyes and one of the most beautiful striking parts of their breed however it's debated to whether this feature was bred into the dark or as a genetic defect that has been passed down through the generations although the Siberian Husky are typically gentle friendly happy outgoing dogs they calm with challenges that must be dealt with to ensure a good family path they have very high energy and require multiple long daily walks or they quickly become bored and destructive especially inside the house they still have a very high prey Drive and will chase small animals for this reason many owners will not let the dogs off the lead regardless of how well-trained they are however Huskies can be trained to high standards with their incredibly independent thinkers so it's important to be consistent and make the rewards that you're using to train the dog well worth earning as well as plenty of exercise they ideally need a house of a large garden make sure that your large garden has at least 6 or fences as they're known as spectacular escape artists both over a fence and they're more than happy to do the average lifespan of the Husky is 12 to 14 years and they are very few health issues so ensure they are fed a good diet and exercise well and you will have a happy healthy dog grooming a Siberian Husky can be extremely challenging as they constantly shed their coat and especially so when they're blowing their coat twice a year expect to have fur absolutely everywhere you're bringing a Siberian Husky into your life you'll find it up the walls in the carpet on your sofa on your bed you'll walk out the house and realize you're absolutely coated head to toe in Husky fur you haven't even stroked it to help with this you need to ensure that the dog gets a good brushing at least once a day ideally twice a day and expect to be hoovering again once or twice a day so to summarize Siberian Husky is a great gentle family pets providing that they get long daily walks if they are mentally and physically drained they can become destructive when left alone they are trainable but they need experience consistent owners they require a large garden with good high fences they live for 12 to 14 years with very few health issues but be prepared to deal with fur everywhere thank you so much for watching if you have any questions leave them below and we will answer very shortly please like and subscribe as we're doing one of these videos for every single breed of dog coming in the future thank you for watching and we'll see you next week for the next episode of the canine show

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