The Siberian Husky is an active, resilient, and energetic breed. Huskies are native to Siberia where temperatures are really low. The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog breed belonging to the Spitz family. Huskies are mainly found in the cold regions of Siberia where temperatures can go down to minus 50 degrees Celsius.
A Siberian Husky is generally white or black. They have erect ears and a furry tail. They have a thick coat of fur to help them combat the cold. It is a double coat consisting of a dense undercoat and a longer topcoat of short, straight guard hairs. They have captivating eyes which can be blue, black, or brown.
They look like wolves and can seem aggressive due to their size, but in reality, they are very lovable and playful. They are great with kids. They love playing in the outdoors, especially during the winter months. They are sociable with other dogs. Huskies are also good and approachable to strangers as their breed is generally fun-loving. For this reason, Huskies do not make good guard dogs. They are often referred to as great escape artists due to their mischievous nature. You should always keep them under your watch as they jump over fences, dig under stuff and sometimes even chew things away. Huskies are a breed of working dogs and
hence they show exceptional endurance.
They are very fast and have a great energy level. They can run at a speed of 40 to 50 kilometers per hour. Due to the high energy requirement, they need to exercise for 1 to 2 hours a day. You need to train your Husky properly so that when you take them to an open park, they do not run away and cause potential road accidents.
A Siberian Husky has an average lifespan of 12 to 14 years.
The average height of Husky ranges from 50 to 60 centimeters.
The weight of a Husky is proportional to its height. Average weight ranges from 15 to 25kgs.
Huskies need to be brushed well to maintain their shiny coat. A wide combed brush can be used to break up mats and then a paddle comb can be used to brush through. They shed a lot. During the shedding season i.e. the warm months, you will find hair all over your place. For the rest of the year, regular brushing should be good enough.
The maintenance and breeding cost of a Husky in India is quite high, leading to the high cost of Husky puppies as compared to other breeds. The average cost of a Siberian Husky puppy is around 40,000 to 60,000 INR.
Here are some recommendations for your Husky-
Promotes the digestive health of the dogs.
Mainly given to large breed dogs to meet their high energy levels.
Protein and energy are combined with such balance which supplies a good amount of calcium and phosphorus which is good for bone and muscle growth.
It helps maintain their ideal weight at every stage of their development.
Gives good digestion as the food contains very high-quality protein and dietary fiber.
Strengthens the bones and joints as can be placed under stress by body weight.
The aroma of the food satisfies the appetite of the dog.
Omega-3 fatty acids are contained in the food which gives healthy skin to the dog.
Gives a healthy heart that supports the heart muscle.
A very generous proportion of chicken provides meat protein for a very high biological value.
A higher level of chicken oil as the primary fat source for promoting optimal skin and coat conditions, as well as ensuring sustained energy levels.
Extremely palatable for ideal for the discerning eater.
Concentrated source of nutrition for ideal for working dogs requiring energy-dense food.
A higher proportion of eggs for an excellent protein source to help support the growth and repair of cells and muscle tissue.