Breed: SIBERIAN HUSKY puppy
Age: 11 weeks old
Champion bloodlines: No
Champion sired: No
Price: 800 USD
Shipping area: Worldwide What’s included: Registered/preregister, Current vaccinations, Veterinarian examination, Health guarantee
Meet DAN, a lovable Siberian Husky puppy who is being family raised with children. This playful pup is vet checked, up to date on vaccinations and dewormer plus the breeder provides a health guarantee for Brooke. If you would like to get this puppy, contact for more info today!
Are they a good choice for first time owners?
No, the Siberian Husky is better suited to people who are familiar with their specific needs and this type of energetic, intelligent dog. They are high maintenance and can be demanding which in short means, they need to be handled and trained correctly for them to be manageable dogs.
What about prey drive?
The Siberian Husky has an extremely strong prey drive and even when well-trained, it would be a mistake to trust a dog not to run away or take off if they spot anything that’s worth chasing in the distance, bearing in mind that any animal they meet would be put in grave danger.
What about playfulness?
Siberian Huskies are playful and genuinely enjoy the company of people which means they are not a “one person” dog. They can be taught to do agility, but there’s never any guarantee that a Sibe would be able to remain focused and might therefore decide to do their “own thing”. The other thing to bear in mind is that although Huskies are smart, sometimes they are too clever for their own good and will quickly get the better of anyone who does not know how to handle them. In short, it is important to understand the difference between a Siberian Husky that’s in a playful mood and a dog that’s starting to show the more dominant side of their natures which a Sibe would be quick to show when allowed.
What about adaptability?
Siberian Huskies need enough space to express themselves as they should which means they are not suited to apartment living. Gardens must be ultra-secure because Huskies are highly skilled escape artists and will figure out the weaknesses in fencing in no time at all. They can also jump or climb fences when the mood takes them which means all fencing has not only to be extremely secure, but it must be high too.
What about separation anxiety?
The Siberian Husky needs a ton of stimulation and daily exercise to be more relaxed dogs and because they are so people-oriented, they don’t like being left on their own for any great length of time. Dogs that find themselves on their own can be destructive around the home and will howl and bark to get the attention they crave.
What about excessive barking?
Siberian Huskies like the sound of their own voices, but they don’t bark as such. They will however, decide to howl for no apparent reason which can be problematic with the neighbours.
Do Siberian Huskies like water?
Although Huskies are good swimmers, many of them are not particularly keen of getting in the water. They are much happier in a snow-covered landscape than they are in marshlands. With this said, care should always be taken when walking a Husky anywhere near any dangerous water courses just in case they fall in.
Do Siberian Huskies make good watchdogs?
The Siberian Husky is not a natural watchdog because they love everyone they meet. In short, they are known to be the world’s worst guard dogs. With this said, they will quickly let an owner know when they are strangers around, but more because they are excited to meet them rather than to keep a person away.
When should Siberian Huskies be spayed or neutered?
A female Siberian Husky can be spayed when they are 6 months old and not before. Males can also be neutered when they are 6 months old.
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