Siberian Huskies are strong, hard-working dogs. As their name suggests, they come originally from Northeast Siberia, where they were bred to withstand extreme arctic conditions, and they came to the United States by way of Alaska in the early 1900s. Huskies are best known for their job as sled dogs, and their love to be outdoors in the cold weather. They love children and make excellent family pets. While highly intelligent, these dogs also have a mind of their own and may require some patience while training. Huskies are medium sized, and typically weigh in at around 40-50 lbs.
Siberian Husky puppies are the strong, hard-working, endurance champs of Siberia and one of the most popular breeds in the world. Bred to withstand extreme arctic conditions, Siberian Husky puppies are born runners and have an innate love for the outdoors. While highly intelligent, these dogs also have extremely high energy that may require some patience while training. They also love children and make excellent family pets. Like all dogs, there are a few things you should know before you go looking for Siberian Husky puppies for sale.
Siberian Husky puppies for sale are medium sized and grow to weigh approximately 40-50 lbs. As a breed, Siberian Husky puppies are fun-loving, active and eager to please, which can sometimes translate into hyperactivity. The best way to keep your SIberian Husky puppies from chewing shoes and sprinting around the house is to ensure they get the exercise and activity they need. In addition to frequent exercise, Siberian Husky puppies also need a nutritious diet and regular trips to the groomer.
Though sensitive to heat, Siberian Husky puppies are surprisingly versatile and adapt well to a range of home environments. All they really need to be happy is a family to love them and provide them with frequent exercise. This is a breed that craves activity as much as it craves affection. The more active you are with your Siberian Husky the happier it will be. Unlike many medium Northern Spitz breeds, not all Siberian Husky puppies look alike. Their coats vary in color and pattern, from black and white, to wooly and agouti, known lovingly as “the wild color”.
If you’re looking for an affectionate, eager-to-please, high-energy family companion, then a Siberian Husky puppy is the best choice for your family, but may not be the best choice for first time dog owners, or owners with mobility issues. The best way to find the perfect Siberian Husky puppy for sale is to speak with a PuppySpot concierge today.