Siberian Husky Puppies

Vital Statistics

Breed Group
Working

Average Weight
35-60 lbs

Personality Traits
High energy, playful, intelligent

Country of Origin
Russia

Coat
Long

Clubs, Registries & Associations

(Based on breed recognition. See store for details on a particular puppy.)

  • American Canine Association, Inc.
  • American Canine Registry
  • American Kennel Club
  • American Pet Registry, Inc.
  • Continental Kennel Club
  • Dog Registry of America, Inc.
  • North American Purebred Registry, Inc.
  • National Kennel Club
  • United Kennel Club

Description

The Siberian Husky is a strong and agile working dog originally used to pull sleds in Siberia and Alaska. Their head is medium sized and has a muzzle that is equal in length to the skull with a scissor bite. Huskies have oval, medium sized eyes that can come in brown, amber, blue, or any combination thereof. Their eyes can also be half brown or half blue (called parti-eyed) or one brown and one blue eye (called bi-eyed). The Siberian Husky’s ears are triangular and set high on their head. Their coat can come in almost any color, from black to white. Some common coat colors include pure white, black with white, red with white, gray with white, brown, silver, and sable.

Disposition

  • The Siberian Husky is loving, playful, friendly, and high energy (especially when they’re young).
  • Huskies are intelligent and quite trainable, but tend to obey a command only if they see their owner is a stronger leader than themselves. Training a Siberian Husky takes patience and consistency.
  • Due to their high energy level, Siberian Huskies make good jogging companions.
  • This breed likes to howl, will get bored easily, and won’t do well if left alone for long periods of time without a lot of exercise. A lonely Husky or one that doesn’t get enough mental and physical exercise will get destructive.