Siberian Husky Breeders, Breed Clubs and Rescue
He is the lightest and fastest of the sled-dogs and his mission in life is to pull and run; he will run without a thought of returning to you and exercise off the lead out of an enclosed area with 6 foot high fences is out of the question. And if he can’t get over the fence he may just dig under. So a very hard work breed, although he is very affectionate – even to unwelcome guests.
The Siberian Husky is also known as the Arctic Husky and was originally used by the Chukchi tribe, a reindeer herding people, who required a long-distance sled dog.
All colours are allowed and eyes can be blue or brown, odd-eyed or parti-colours. He is about 23″ in height and weighs up to 27kg, but gives the impression not of a heavy dog but rather a graceful, animal, light on his feet combined with a sense of power and endurance.
If you choose to buy a Siberian it must be for a purpose; he will not be content to just sit around. A very hard work dog, and one to research thoroughly.
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