What are the physical characteristics of a husky dog?
A Siberian husky is a larger dog. Physical characteristics include four legs, a tail, large, upright ears, and a broad, long muzzle.
There is no specific breed of an 'Australian Husky', but this might have been taken from a cross-breed dog between the common, Siberian Husky and the common Australian Shepherd. It could also be a cross with an Australian Cattle Dog. The types of huskies are...Alaskan Husky, Mud husky, and the Siberian Husky. There are some others as well as the Akita, and Samoyed breeds who are considered "Northern Dog Breeds".
Husky as a noun and costaud or rauque as an adjective are French equivalents of the English word "husky." Specifically, the masculine noun husky is an English loan word designating a dog breed. The masculine adjective costaud means "husky" in the sense of a person's physical build. The feminine/masculine adjective rauque means "husky" in the sense of a rough sound to the voice. The respective pronunciations are "uh-skee," "koh-stoh" and "rohk."