Few dog breeds are as recognizable as the Siberian Husky. Huskies are loved the world over for their loving, sociable, downright goofy personalities and, of course for their beautiful coats.
Long before Siberian Huskies were charming their way in the hearts of families the world over, the breed was hard at work in the coldest regions in the world pulling sleds, guarding villages and hunting elk and caribou with their aboriginal owners.
Siberian Huskies are a compact, medium-sized sled dog. They possess a thick coat, incredible endurance and are well bred to work in packs and alongside their handlers. As sled dogs, Siberian Huskies can pull light loads, and run at surprising speed over a frozen landscape.
Huskies are friendly, loyal, energetic, and certifiably goofy according to their loving owners. Like all dogs, there’s lots to learn about the Siberian Husky.
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Akitas were brought to the United States from Japan in the 1930s by Helen Keller. These beautiful, athletic dogs are intensely loyal and protective of their families. They have tightly curled tails, pricked ears and soft, double-coated fur, and come in three color patterns (solid, brindle and pinto). Akitas are large, strong, intelligent, and friendly with children. Their personalities are playful and affectionate. Akitas make wonderful pets and thrive on human companionship and attention.
As you might think, this dog originates in Alaska, where it was bred to withstand icy temperatures and to hunt and pull sleds. Often misidentified as Siberian Huskies because of the two breeds’ similar coat coloring, Malamutes are actually much larger and stronger than Huskies. They have sweet, friendly personalities and do well with children and other dogs. Malamutes are devoted, affectionate pets and do well with active families.
The Labsky is a crossbreed between the Labrador Retriever and the Siberian Husky. They’re known for being active, smart, loyal, and will typically have a happy disposition. They are sure to inherit some of the best qualities from both of their parents.
This Pomeranian – Siberian Husky cross has grown rapidly in popularity over recent years. Usually active and energetic, this breed tends to be highly intelligent, loving, playful and self-assured. Pomskies can also make great guard dogs, like both of their parent breeds. The appearance and size of a Pomsky can vary greatly, but very often they look like miniature huskies.
The Samoyed is a sociable, peaceful and gentle dog. These powder puffs hail from Siberia, and were bred for hard work in cold environments. Commonly known as the "Sammy," these friendly pups love everyone and are great for families and children. They are easy going, don't mind living in apartments (as long as there is air conditioning!) and are guaranteed to make friends with anyone they meet.
The Siberpoo – also known as the Poosky, Huskydoodle, or Huskypoo – is a designer breed created by mixing a Siberian Husky with a Poodle. Siberpoo is a high energy dog that requires a great deal of exercise and stimulation. Siberpoos are not ideal for apartment life or for people who don’t have experience with large/independent breeds. They would be suited for someone who hikes or runs frequently and has experience with the husky breed.
Alaskan Klee Kai is a miniature copy of the Husky; this breed was developed in the 1970s. They have a very high energy level, and they are quite like barker dogs. This breed gets bonded very easily with their owners and can be very suspicious with strangers. This small breed has a very high energy level; it easily can learn tricks, so they can keep their owner entertained. They have a very loving temper and can be very good playmates. With proper training and socialization, they can work very well with small children.
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