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Huskies are very alert and outgoing but has a gentle and friendly side as well. They love other dogs, and has a zest for outdoor activities! United Kennel Club Based on breed recognition. See store for details on this particular puppy. An ancient breed used by the Chukchi Tribe in Siberia, the Siberian Husky was used to herd reindeer, guard the herds and to pull sleds. Because of great speed and stamina, this breed was brought to Alaska in for use as sled dogs during the Nome Gold Rush. The Siberian Husky skills are sledding, carting and racing.
The Siberian Husky is a strong working dog with a dense double coat that can weather temperatures as long as —75 degrees F and comes in colors of white, silver, gray, sable, black and white, red and white, gray and white, sable and white, and red-orange Siberian husky kansas city black tips.
The Siberian Husky has a life expectancy of years and is prone to hip dysplasia, eye disorders, epilepsy, and skin issues. The Siberian Husky is playful, social, alert, high energy and highly intelligent. Training will not be an issue, but their willingness to question your decisions can be a challenge.
This breed is a sled dog and have the innate ability to make their own decisions, questioning whether you are right or wrong. You need to be a calm, knowledgeable, and humane owner giving consistent and committed leadership to your Siberian Husky using only motivational training methods.
Always wanting a job to do, this breed will become destructive when bored. And they also like to dig and roam.
Never take your Siberian Husky off leash unless you have a bulletproof recall. The Siberian Husky requires a long, brisk daily walk with off-leash play and running in a safe, fenced area. They also need mental stimulation to prevent boredom and destruction, so be sure to provide your Siberian husky kansas city Husky with plenty of interactive toys that challenge their problem-solving skills. This breed does not do well in warm temperatures. Grooming Requirements: Requires daily brushing and bathe only when necessary.
Good With Other Pets: Good with other dogs when socialized at an early age; not trustworthy with cats or other small non-canine pets. The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog, quick and light on his feet and free and graceful in action.
His moderately compact and well furred body, erect ears and brush tail suggest his Northern heritage. His characteristic gait is smooth and seemingly effortless. He performs his original function in harness most capably, carrying a light load at a moderate speed over great distances.
His body proportions and form reflect this basic balance of power, speed and endurance. The males of the Siberian Husky breed are masculine but never coarse; the bitches are feminine but without weakness of structure. In proper condition, with muscle firm and well developed, the Siberian Husky does not carry excess weight. Bitches, 20 to 22 inches at the withers. Weight--Dogs, 45 to 60 pounds. Bitches, 35 to 50 pounds. Weight is in proportion to height. The measurements mentioned above represent the extreme height and weight limits Siberian husky kansas city no preference given to either extreme.
Any appearance of excessive bone or weight should be penalized. In profile, the length of the body from the point of the shoulder to the rear point of the croup is slightly longer than the height of the body from the ground to the top of the withers. Expression is keen, but friendly; interested and even mischievous. Eyes almond shaped, moderately spaced and set a trifle obliquely. Eyes may be brown or blue in color; one of each or parti-colored are acceptable. Faults--Eyes set too obliquely; set too close together. Ears of medium size, triangular in shape, close fitting and set high on the head.
They are thick, well furred, slightly arched at the back, and strongly erect, with slightly rounded tips pointing straight up. Faults--Ears too large Siberian husky kansas city proportion to the head; too wide set; not strongly erect. Skull of medium size and in proportion to the body; slightly rounded on top and tapering from the widest point to the eyes. Faults--Head clumsy or heavy; head too finely chiseled. Stop--The stop is well-defined and the bridge of the nose is straight from the stop to the tip.
Muzzle of medium length; that is, the distance from the tip of the nose to the stop is equal to the distance from the stop to the occiput. The muzzle is of medium width, tapering gradually to the nose, with the tip neither pointed nor square. Faults Muzzle either too snipy or too coarse; muzzle too short or too long.
Nose black in gray, tan or black dogs; liver in copper dogs; may be flesh-colored in pure white dogs. The pink-streaked "snow nose" is acceptable.
Lips are well pigmented and close fitting. Teeth closing in a scissors bite. Fault--Any bite other than scissors. Neck medium in length, arched and carried proudly erect when dog is standing. When moving at a trot, the neck is extended so that the head is carried slightly forward.
Faults--Neck too short and thick; neck too long. Chest deep and strong, but not too broad, with the deepest point being just behind and level with the elbows. The ribs are well sprung from the spine but flattened on the sides to allow for freedom of action. Faults--Chest too broad; "barrel ribs"; ribs too flat or weak. Back--The back is straight and strong, with a level topline from withers to croup.
It is of medium length, neither cobby nor slack from excessive length. The loin Siberian husky kansas city taut and lean, narrower than the rib cage, and with a slight tuck-up. The croup slopes away Siberian husky kansas city the spine at an angle, but never so steeply as to restrict the rearward thrust of the hind legs. Faults--Weak or slack back; roached back; sloping topline. Shoulders--The shoulder blade is well laid back. The upper arm angles slightly backward from point of shoulder to elbow, and is never perpendicular to the ground. The muscles and ligaments holding the shoulder to the rib cage are firm and well developed.
Faults--Straight shoulders; loose shoulders. Forelegs--When standing and viewed from the front, the legs are moderately spaced, parallel and straight, with the elbows close to the body and turned neither in nor out. Viewed from the side, pasterns are slightly slanted, with the pastern t strong, but flexible. Bone is substantial but never heavy.
Length of the leg from elbow to ground is slightly more than the distance from the elbow to the top of withers. Dewclaws on forelegs may be removed. Faults--Weak pasterns; too heavy bone; too narrow or too wide in the front; out at the elbows. Feet oval in shape but not long. The paws are medium in size, compact and well furred between the toes and p. The p are tough and thickly cushioned. The paws neither turn in nor out when the dog is in natural stance. Faults--Soft Siberian husky kansas city splayed toes; paws too large and clumsy; paws too small and delicate; toeing in or out.
When standing and viewed from the rear, the hind legs are moderately spaced and parallel.Siberian husky kansas city
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