Siberian Husky Puppies For Sale In pa.
Adult Siberian Husky male

Siberian husky
Introduction
This wolf looking dog is also known by other names such as Husky, Chukcha, Chuksha, Icee or Sibe. These medium to large sized dogs were first seen in parts of north- eastern Siberia and belong to Spitz group of dog breeds and are closely related to Samoyed and the Alaskan malamute.
In the ancient times, the Siberian Huskies were used by tribal people to survive winters and for transportation of heavy loads. These dogs can cover huge distances (as much as 500 miles) and are hence the best dogs for transporting goods in cold climatic conditions.
These dogs were first registered and recognized by the United Kennel Club in the year 1938 and were named as “Arctic Husky”. However, this name was further changed to the present name in the year 1991.

Siberian husky – At a glance
The following list of general and physical characteristics will help you to get familiarized with your Siberian husky: –
• Breed type: Breed type: Pure breed (belong to working/utility group of dog breed). These dogs are registered with the FCI, American Kennel Club, New Zealand Kennel Club, Continental Kennel Club, Kennel Club of Great Britain, National Kennel Club, American Canine Registry, Dog Registry of America, Inc. and others.
• Height: Males have an average height of 21 to 25 inches whereas females have an average height of about 20 to 23 inches.
• Weight: Males generally weigh about 45 to 60 pounds and females generally weigh about 35 to 50 pounds at an average.
• Life Span: These dogs have an average life span of 12 to 14 years.
• Available coat colors: They have a double coat (a thick under coat and a soft outer coat) and are available in black, white, brown and red colors.
• They can give birth to 9 to 11 puppies at a time.

Temperament and Personality traits
They have a behavior much like wolves and share many common characteristics like that of its ancestor. They would not bark, instead they will howl like a wolf.
This breed, if given proper training can mingle well with children. On the contrary, they can really be devastating if proper socialization is not taught to them during the early stages. However, young children should never be left alone with these dogs. Supervise them when they are together.
These dogs are tough and a resilient breed who can tolerate extreme cold climatic conditions such as those of the Siberian Arctic. In cold climates, Siberian huskies typically warm their tails with help of their nose to produce heat in their body. This enables them to tolerate extreme cold temperatures.
These dogs do not bark at strangers and are hence not a good choice if you want to keep them as watch dogs. They cannot do alert barking.
You should do enough research and should be well accustomed to big- sized dog behaviors/ wild dog’s behavior if you really want to keep Siberian Huskies as pets. These dogs will never respond to a lame and weak master. They would only response to those whom they feel are superior and strong. You should read a lot about these dogs and know about them closely before keeping them as pets.
Feeding habits and Nutrition
Siberian huskies are made in a way that they can survive in limited food conditions. Hence, you can feed him almost anything that other dogs cannot eat.
Feed him with home cooked dog food with recommended ingredients. One whole meal or two meals in small quantities per day would be sufficient for these dogs. In general, you can also feed them with ½ to 2 cups of premium quality dry dog food divided into two equal meals every day. Purchase dog foods from brands such as Taste of the Wild and Acana.
However, you should never feed your Siberian huskies with stuffs such as onion, garlic, avocado, cashews, raisins, alcohol, chocolates and stuffs like that.
Health and Immunization
Many Siberian huskies will show hyper pigmentation on their nose. However, this is typical of a Siberian husky and you need not worry about this condition.
Diseases that can affect Siberian huskies are cataracts, corneal dystrophy, progressive retinal atrophy and others.
Siberian Huskies are also hypersensitive towards various food borne and air borne allergens present in the environment. They are allergic to dust, pollen, dander, sprays, chemicals, bedding etc…
Your Siberian husky should be immunized at regular intervals so that they are protected from various diseases caused by dangerous viruses. Some mandatory vaccines for this breed includes: – Parvovirus, Rabies, Distemper, Coronavirus, Hepatitis A and B, Influenza and Parainfluenza vaccines. Inject annual booster shots from experienced vets.
Care and Grooming
Shedding in these dogs will typically be affected by climatic conditions. Cold weather would keep their coat in a good condition whereas they would never tolerate summers. Hence, adopt this dog only if you are living in a cold climate.
Brush their coat at least once a week as these dogs shed minimally in cold conditions and bathe him once a month. Select a high quality dog shampoo or an oatmeal shampoo for cleansing your dog’s coat.
You need to brush your Siberian husky’s teeth at least twice a week and get his nails trimmed at least once a month. Clean his ears with cotton soaked, pH balanced ear cleansing solution to keep his ears clean and free from bacterial and parasitic infections.
You should take your Siberian husky for regular health checkups from an experienced and trusted vet so that if he acquires any disease, it can be cured or prevented at an early stage.
You can adopt or rescue a Siberian husky according to various organizations that give him recognition (as mentioned above). Make sure you pick up a dog that is not fighting with his litter mates and one whose parents are free from any acute or chronic disease. You can pick a Siberian husky from Bay Area Siberian Husky Club, Half Moon Husky Rescue Club, Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue, Seneca Siberian Husky Club, Siberian Husky Club of Greater Cleveland and others.

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