Is a samoyed a husky?

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No, a Samoyed is NOT a husky. They are two distinct breeds, though both originate in Siberia. Samoyeds a very ancient breed, and are white, cream, or biscuit, with dark brown eyes, curly tails, and the distinctive "Samoyed smile". Huskies (UCONN notwithstanding) are usually black and white, grey and white, or other similar colors, and can have eyes of many different colors. They're both GREAT dogs, but they're not the same!
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What are a samoyed breed for?

\nSamoyeds are a breed of dog that is used as more of a family pet these days. They are both good with people and other animals too, which makes them good pets. The breed used

What does a samoyed eat?

I have a 10 yr old samoyed myself, samoyeds just eat normal dog food but if they are adult give them big chunky dog food and then small dog food for little puppies

Samoyed or a Siberian husky which is a better family dog?

Depends on what you want. Both breeds are high-energy dogs that tend to do poorly in extremely hot weather, have an independent streak, and will blow coat (shed vast quantitie

Do samoyed huskies have blue eyes?

There's no such thing as a Samoyed Husky. They're two distinct breeds. Samoyeds have brown eyes--blue eyes are a disqualification in the AKC standard.

What are the health risks to look for with a Samoyed Husky?

Purebred Samoyeds can have health problems such as Samoyed Hereditary Glomerulopathy (a renal disease), hip displaysia, cataracts, glaucoma, and diabetes. Purebred Huskies ca

Is a Samoyed a type of husky?

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 charcteristic

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What is a Samoyed husky?

A 'samoyed husky' is not a breed but may be used to signify a muttthat has been crossbred.