- EST. 2009 -
ABOUT SIBERIAN HUSKIES
The Siberian Husky was originally developed by the Chukchi people of the Chukchi Peninsula in eastern Siberia. They were brought to Nome, Alaska, in 1908 for sled-dog racing.
A Siberian Husky's coat is thicker than that of most other dog breeds which is called a double coat, It has two layers: a dense undercoat and a longer topcoat of short, straight guard hairs. It protects the dogs effectively against harsh Arctic winters, and also reflects heat in the summer. It is able to withstand temperatures as low as −50 to −60 °C (−58 to −76 °F). The undercoat is often absent during shedding.
Siberian Huskies come in a variety of colors and patterns, usually with white paws and legs, facial markings, and tail tip.
The AKC breed standard is that eyes may be brown, blue or black; one of each or Particoloured are acceptable
The ASPCA classifies the breed as good with children
. The average life span of the Siberian Husky is 12 to 14 years.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY
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