Many huskies have sensitive tummies. Mine does, she can't eat processed foods at all so is completely raw fed. She eats raw chicken, rabbits, mince, offal and just about anything else raw I can get hold of. She also eats broccoli, carrots and apples raw too. But some can eat just normal dog...
The Siberian Husky was originally developed by the Chukchi peopleof the Chukchi Peninsula in eastern Siberia. They were brought toAlaska in 1908 for dog-sled racing
They are dogs, a dogs breed does not matter with whom you contain it with unless there are to many dominant breeds together(rottie,pitbull,greatdane,doberman,etc) a husky and a shah tzu should be fine, just keep an eye on them at first for any signs of aggression, you want their tails to be...
If obedience was top on your list of requirements for a dog, a husky wasn't the best choice. They are well known for being stubborn and ignoring commands when they have something better to do. That being said, you should still be able to get a certain level of obedience. The dog needs...
Yes, Siberian huskies have tails. Unlike other breeds, the tail of the Siberian husky is left long and not docked.
Huskies, like other domesticated dogs, are descended from the canine family, also referred to in latin as Canus domesticus.
ideal age is between 2 and 5 years .. that doesnt mean you can breed them after that age .. but i certainly wouldn't consider breeding before the age of two .. dogs are in adolescent stage between age 1 and 2 to me that's still way to young to breed them ..
hiya they can have babies twice a year when they come on heat the same as any other dog can
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No, it is it's own special breed. It's smaller than the husky, and certainly...doesn't look like one.It is however a spitz type of dog and therefore does share charcteristics and looks (curly tail etc). These are the closest to a wolf and include Samoyeds Huskies Chows Malamutes Akitas Elkhounds...
Dogs are generally considered to be mature/adult at a year of age.
Take it to the vet. Asap!
Because they like to run and are good at it.
Siberian Huskies, being rugged and sturdy working dogs rarely wear any clothes. If used as sled dogs, they may sometimes be fitted with booties, to protect their paws a bit.
Primarily, eye color is determined by genetics. Although irises come in different colors, they actually only contain brown pigment. When an iris has a lot of brown pigment, the eyes appear brown or dark. When the amount of brown pigment is small and is only on the back surface of the iris,...
she still could be pregnant, huskys tend to carry their pups higher up in the rib cage and drop the last week or so into their pregnancy, also if she was getting as bit stressed they can suck their pups up into the ribcage so you cant find them my husky did this when she had her scan. She may also...
Yes! Siberians are very loving animals and do great with kids. Mine goes everywhere with me and loves all the kids around. He is a great family dog! They love attention and unlike some breeds of dogs, they can love many people in a family.
MUSH. - Used to command a team of dogs to begin pulling or move faster. Saibal Basu
yes if your family don't have infants and elders older then 80 years-old,and i suggest you put him in your garden when he's 2 year-old.
food and exercise=happy & healthy huskie!
Siberian Huskies were known to come into existence close to the early 19th century
150-140 dollars 50-100 from shelters
It depends mostly upon the temperament of the dog in particular.
If she got pregnant she would most likely need a cesarean section to birth...so why would you want to breed this poor animal? Go look at your local shelter and rethink this.
Wild wolves usually don't get along with domestic dogs - unless one is a male and the other a female in heat.
regular huskie and like wolfs probily
Because he was a Guru which is a God To Sikhs. He transferred paths of religion into a Sikh when he was 73 :)
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Well all dogs bite as its there natural instinct as they were naturally wild but it all depends on how Each and every Husky Dog has been Brought up!Hope this helps!
Well, they have a special, dense undercoat that helps keep their skin insulated.
yes, mine seems quite embarrased that it cannot goto the toilet like the one out of Bruce Almighty. HAHAHA
Interesting fact;Huskies, before used fir sledding, were used to herd reindeer back in Siberia.
A first generation cross-breed has the potential to grow to the size of its largest parent so a first generation husky x terrier could grow to the size of a purebred husky. If the cross-breed is not a first generation (i.e. bred from two husky x terriers), the parents will be a good...
It really depends on how tall and old your Siberian Husky is. If she is under 1 or 2 yrs, then the fence should be about maybe 5 ft. If she is 3+ yrs, then it should probably be around 6 ft. :)
about like 4-5 weeks old after their eyes are opened.
Yes they do but very slightly
A Siberian Husky is a domesticated animal, reliant on humans for its survival, they are not found in the wild and are therefore incapable of migration.
My 8 y/o Alaskan Husky had the same problem. She was diagnosed with thyroid problems. Dr prescribed levothyroxin. It has been two months taking the med andher recovery has been great!
Huskies die around the age 12-15 but if the husky is mixed with another breed it's most likely to live longer.
Siberian huskies can become very aggressive and dangerous dogs if they do not have enough exercise each day and also they are the 4th most aggressive and dangerous breed after the German shepherd due to its attacks on other dogs,strangers,kids etc.
As with any bone given to your dog you should always supervise them. If the bone starts to splinter you should take it away from them to prevent choking hazards.
No! I don't know were you would have herd that.
According to the official Kennel Club Breed Standard, Siberian Huskies should grow to between 20 and 23.5 inches at the shoulder.
About the only thing in North America that would prey on a Husky would be a bear or a pack of wolves. Neither is typical but it has happened. Generally nothing will prey on a full size dog, particularly not one that is in the company of, or under the protection of humans. And Huskies, being...
yes they are from my point of view
yes because they are adapted to warm weather
they stalk it then when close enough it pounces on it then kills it with a quick bite to the neck
Huskies are domestic dogs, not wild animals.
it depends were people have taken them but usually in the colder weather.
Just about every breed of dog has "rescue" groups. These are groups people devoted to a particular breed who volunteer their time and homes, and take in dogs that are either homeless or have been surrendered by their owners. Typically the rescue group provides medical care if it's needed, and works...
of course people love huskies beause there friendly and there a humans best bud ps plus cute
Alaskan huskies are not an actual breed but consist of a mix of Siberian huskies, Wolves and/or usually gun dogs like the labrador to improve sled pulling. If you are interested in Huskies check out the Alaskan Malamute.
yes mental they can fight
a wolf is a wolf and a Siberian husky is a dog. I hope this answer is helpfull
they are not related anymore to each other than a chihuahua and a labrador
No, they started out as sled dogs for the eskimos and eventually became pets for regular people, they have always been domestic dogs.
If you mean sled dog breeds ? Traditional sled dog breeds include the Siberian Husky, the Alaskan Malamute, the Chinook, the Sakhalin Husky, the Canadian Eskimo dog, the Seppala Siberian sled dog, the Tamaskan husky, the Samoyed, the Eurohound, the Mackenzie River husky, and the Greenland dog. ...
Technically yes. Dogs are domesticated wolves.
Male Siberian Huskies are usually between 53 and 60 centimeters. Female Siberian Huskies are usually between 51 and 56 centimeters.
I would think that huskys look after their young like any other dog if you are still unsure you should ask your vet for advice or contact your local dog breeders club.
they walk, pounce, swim, stalk, run, jump
Siberian huskies cost about $800-$2000 for healthy pups and from a shelter a pup would cost about $550.
what you do is teach you older husky leave it. then everyday go up to your younger husky with the older one and tell the older one "leave it". when he does it reward him and do this till he doesn't bother the younger husky anymore.
You can usually feed them raw chicken thighs or just drumsticks.They do not like to eat dry dog food.If they do they usually have diarrhea.
no. some live in warmer places such as Toronto etc.
most animals who are much bigger than the husky often hunts the husky
If you take good care of it can live up to 12 or more years
Siberian Huskies were bred by the Chukchi of Northeastern Asia. They were initially sent to Alaska and Canada as sled dogs.
Huskies drink a lot of water.
Depends on which breed of Husky your talking about. There are the Alaskan Husky, the Canadian Husky and the Siberian Husky. I'm only knowledgeable on the Siberian. The Siberian is a sled dog bred by the Chukchi people from Siberia. They've been living and working with this mystical breed for...
I have been having the same question. I rescued my husky at 6 weeks old from an unhealthy and threatening environment, with no papers, and no information on her parents. I have been reading information on the American Kennel Club website and it seems without parents information it is almost...
Alaskan Malamute or, if it's the proper mix, Belgian Malinois.
Siberian huskies in their spare time, tend to hunt for wild ligers in Mount Teptepee. They also tend to play fight and to hunt wild rabbits, but with the wild rabbits the females eat the meat while the males eat the fur.Its also known that if a female husky is in season, she will try and bite the...
They eat dry food, make sure u buy a good brand and for it's age level. there is puppy and adult. No giving the husky milk 'nor wet food of any kind. They can't stand Grease chocolate ect. Also as a heads up, you need to exercise him well and that huskies run away at least once while you have them....
there are two main types of huskies, the Malamute (pronounced mal-a-moo) and the Siberian husky. The Malamute is much larger, males can weigh anywhere from 50- 100 kgs. Siberians are much smaller, still tall but weigh far less, a male can weigh about 25kgs. Siberians were bred by using malamutes and...
Siberian Huskies and Alaskan Malamutes are two different breeds. They can be many different sizes depending on the mushers' breeding (assuming they're working dogs). Siberian males are usually between 45-60 and females between 35-50 pounds. Malamute males are usually between 75-90 pounds and the...
they carry their young for 65 days
i have three Siberian huskies at home and they all love to fetch all though it takes some time for them to learn to bring the ball back they will fetch it forever
Siberian huskies are a breed of domesticated dog. Therefor, it wouldn't be hunters that killed them for fur, if they were killed for fur (which they aren't). Siberian huskies are generally used as sled dogs.
You can use any kind of dog brush on a Siberian Husky. However I would recommend the FURminator, I have a 2 year old Husky and it works very well. You can buy one at Pet Smart, PetCo or find one at furminator.com.
They aren't aggressive unless you make them like that or they've had some kind of trauma. I personaly think theyre asome!
Yes, just like any other mammal, all Huskies must sleep for several hours a day.