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A Siberian Husky has a double coat that is thicker than that of most other dog breeds. It has two layers: a dense undercoat and a longer topcoat of short, straight guard hairs. As a curiosity, the television series Game of Thrones caused a huge uptick in demand for Siberian Huskies as pets, followed by a steep increase of their numbers at public shelters. Even though the animal actors were not Siberian Huskies, people were acquiring Siberian Huskies because they looked similar to the fictional direwolf characters depicted in the show.
Your Pet’s Age
Female: 50–56 cm, Male: 54–60 cm
Female: 16-23 kg, Male: 20-27 kg
310 - 500 gr
White, Black, Black and Tan, Silver Gray, Black and White, Sable and White, Gray, Gray with White, Red and White.
From 12 to 15 years
Companion and watchdog
The characteristic temperament of the Siberian Husky is friendly and gentle, but also alert and outgoing.
The Siberian Husky is born thanks to the "Chukchi" tribe originally from Chukotka, Russia. The tribe, which still inhabits cold and unpopulated environments, used it as a companion dog, a deer herder, a sled puller, and even to keep children warm on frigid nights. It was later used for some similar purposes in Alaska, USA. Recent DNA analysis reveals that this is one of the oldest dog breeds in the world.
They are generally affectionate, playful and personable dogs that enjoy being in the middle of the family nucleus. Sometimes he can be somewhat distant with strangers, nothing to do with the direct dealings he may have with us: people he trusts.
The Husky is a dog that generally requires a high dose of daily exercise. It is known as a walking dog, which if not kept under surveillance is capable of walking and forgetting where its home is . For this reason we recommend using the chip and having an identification plate with your phone number on your necklace.
They can develop cataracts, corneal dystrophy, or progressive retinal atrophy.