This dog is very simple to see why many are drawn to the Siberian’s wolf-like looks, but be aware that this athletic, intelligent dog can be independent and challenging for first-time dog owners. A Siberian does not a good watch dog make.
- Life expectancy: 12 – 14 years
- Origin: Russia
- Temperament: Loyal, Outgoing, Mischievous
- Height: Male: 21–23 Inches, Female: 20–22 Inches
- Weight: Male: 45–60 pounds, Female: 35–50 pounds
- Colors: All color from black to white.
- Group: Working Group
|Coat:||Thick Double Coat outer coat|
|Litter size||average 4 to 8 pups maybe larger|
|Life span||12-14 years|
SIBERIAN HUSKY DOG
Siberians can have blue eyes, brown eyes, eyes that are a tiny of both, or one of each color dog. Well there is no relationship between eye color & eye disease in this breed. They enjoy family life and get on well with other dogs.
These are energetic dogs that can’t resist chasing small animals, so secure running room is a must. They have an attractive feature of the breed.
The Siberian’s passions includes digging and running. These dog are not behaviors that can be trained away. The Siberian husky has a strong prey drive and probably isn’t the greatest roommate for cats and other small mammals.
SIBERIAN HUSKY TEMPERAMENT AND APPEARANCE
- Siberian Husky does not show the possessive qualities of the guard dog.
- Free-spirited he is usually good-natures with everyone.
- A playful, dashing, agile, and light on his feet.
- Enjoys the great outdoors and requires vigorous exercise, especially in cool weather.
- This dog should be taken running, hiking, and/or biking every day, always on-leash, for he is independent and born to run.
- These are sociable with other dogs, but he has a very high prey drive and may destroy cats if not raised with them
- Training is a challenge because the strong-willed Siberian Husky is affected to use his intelligence in clever ways that suit his own purposes.
- Dog Friendly
- Friendly toward Strangers
SIBERIAN HUSKY HEALTH AND CARE
- This dog suffer from common health issues that most dogs are at risk for, like hip dysplasia and eye disease,
- Huskies are known for their aptitude to maintain a healthy weight with less food but still require a high-protein diet.
- He is clean by nature and typically free from odor and parasites on their body.
- Siberian Huskies don’t require conspicuously much food, they are known for being ʺeasy keepersʺ
- Most common health problems for this breed is cataracts, affecting about 10% of the breed
- Progressive retinal atrophy (PRA) is another common eye problem for this breed.
- Corneal dystrophy is a hereditary disease that affects the cornea of this breed.
- One of the most concerning health issues for any dog owner to worry about is hip dysplasia, which is very common with this breed.