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Husky Siberiano

Average sizes and life expectancy of the breed

 Size:

varies

 Weight:

26-44 kg

 Age:

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Characteristics of the Husky Siberiano

Energy Level
Trainability
Affection Level
Pet Friendly
Territorialism
Tendency to bark
Intelligence
Kid Friendly
coat

Coat

The Siberian Husky has two layers of fur, which protect dogs from the intense cold. The undercoat is very soft and the top coat is of medium length. During the moulting season they shed a lot, especially in Brazil and in places where the climate is warmer! The colors are the most diverse and range from pure white to combinations of white and gray (most common), black, red and brown.

Pet Profile

Taking Care of a Husky Siberiano

Exercise, exercise and exercise. Your Husky will need at least 60 minutes of exercise every day! Walks, games and games need to be part of the routine so that the dog doesn't get bored and anxious. As long as it's not too hot during the day. That's also why Siberian Huskys don't do very well in small environments and apartments, they need a minimum of space to exercise. The food must be balanced and of high quality! As they spend a lot of energy, it's important to feed your dog correctly so that they don't lack any nutrient in their diet. And very important: start training early! This breed can be a lot of work and the sooner you start teaching what is right and what is wrong, the more peaceful and balanced your Siberian Husky will be.

Health
Health
Curiosities
Curiosities
Intelligence
Intelligence
Temperament
Temperament
Lifetime
Lifetime