Siberian Huskies were first bred to pull heavy loads across miles of ice and snow in sub-zero conditions, so pulling and surviving in cold weather is their strongest points. They do not do well in hot weather (due to their thick coats) and need lots of daily exercise. They also shed alot throughout the year. They are usually friendly and well-balanced dogs that rarely suffer from health problems unless they are from inbred lines.
Huskies can live most anywhere in the world. They do however prefer cooler climates due to their double coats.
the life span of a husky is 12-15 years
Definitel < dont listen to that
huskies are cute because they have fluffy fur
cute barking likes walks , cute , sometimes tamed , have cute puppys ,
Siberian Huskies are generally friendly dogs. They love to play and need plenty of exercise. Its is very rare for a husky to harm a human, but if they do it might be for multiple reasons,
Yes huskies can live in Bangladesh. As long you have a room which is ice cold plus air conditioned............ still.
they become an adult at around one or two
The Siberian huskies are dogs that are not for the average dog owner,since they are very stubborn and hard to train and control. They shed alot of fur twice each year and need lots of exercise (walking is not enough for this super energetic breed),or else they become very aggressive and dangerous and destructive ( classified 4th most dangerous and aggressive dog after the German shepherd due to its attacks on strangers, other dogs,kids etc.)
Owner of a bi-eyed Siberian husky male and a large big-headed rottweiler male
Huskies shed excessively and must be groomed regularly.
a healthy weight-depending on size- is around 35-60 lbs.
no they can't!
A Siberian husky should live about 11-13 years.
Several thousands, at least. The breed is not disappearing.
Normally they can live to be 14- 16 years old.
About 10-14 years depending on their health care dental care and physical care.
sometimes 20 years depending on if it is healthy and active
5 to six per litter. Or, it depends on how many times you have bred the female. If you bred her 3 to 4 times she may only have 3 to 4 puppies. Age and how many time you breed your female matter. It doesn't really matter how many time you breed your male. Keep this in mind, young dogs make the cutest puppis!!!!!!!!!!!!
The amount of puppies a husky can have is up to the amount of nipples they have, for example, if a husky has six nipples they can have up to six puppies, but that doesn't nessacarly mean they WILL have that much, it is just possible, and sometimes the dog can have more.
-Kayla G.S. Ottawa ON
It is important to keep your vet in the loop for pregnancies, a scan at 5 wks is a good indicator to how many approx, pups are in the pregnancy, although not conclusive it will give an indication, on average a husky will birth 3 - 7.
I have 7 Huskies, 2 Adult, And 5 Puppies, I have a extremely large Fenced in Backyard, When they are in the house the Puppies are in crates for House Breaking, And my Adults are free to roam the house, When they have to use the bathroom they sit near the door, And Bark (Howl) to let me know, On trips they come with or are provided with a sitter, Huskies require plenty of excercise and are not good for Apartments, They have a Moderate to Heavy step and can annoy other tenants below.
If it's a Pomeranian dog and an Alaskan Klee Kai bitch, then yes, but if it's the other way, then I wouldn't advise it. A Pomeranian bitch would have a lot of difficulty whelping, because the pups would be too big. She Pom bitch could die from stress or loss of blood
Labradors tend to be bigger, but it depends on the individual dog.
Siberian huskies have 42 teeth. It doesn't matter what breed of dog it is, all dogs have the same amount of teeth.
I eat huskys. Do people not realize that they taste just like chicken?!
100% if they love you very much plus a family friend of mine owns a Siberian husky and he was attacked by some punks and his Siberian husky attacked those punks and eventually scared them off. Any dog would protect its owner if they truly cared for them.
Owner of a 3 quarters purebred Siberian husky and 1 quarter purebred Canadian grey wolf male ( protected and attacked two dogs that were attacking me and some man who had grabbed me from behind while I was out walking) and a purebred rottweiler male