Siberian Husky Dog Breed
 

Siberian Huskies

The Siberian Husky was originated by the Chukchi people of northeastern Asia as an endurance dog. Research indicates that the Chukchis maintained the purity of their sled dogs through the 19th century and that these dogs were the sole and direct ancestors of the breed known in the United States today as the Siberian Husky.

A medium-sized dog, strong, fast, and has a lot of endurance. This is a very friendly, gentle, and a outgoing dog. Although very alert, in many cases he lacks the aggressive or protective tendencies of a watch dog. He is by nature fastidiously clean and free from body odors that many dense-coated breeds have. Although remarkable for his adaptability to all kinds of living conditions, his natural desire to roam makes a measure of control necessary at all times.

Height- Dogs, 21 to 231/2 inches at the withers. Bitches, 20 to 22 inches at the withers. Weight- Dogs, 45-60 pounds. Bitches, 35-50 pounds.

Training Information

Siberian Husky Club of America, Inc. (M)

Corres. Secretary, Fain Zimmerman, 210 Madera Dr., Victoria, TX 77905
sledog@tisd.net

Breeder Contact, Carol Himes, 38945 CR 653, Paw Paw, MI 49079, (616)657-2175 cadohi@net-link.net

 


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