The Siberian Husky is a Spitz breed with origins in Northern Siberia (Russia). The working class Siberian Husky, along with the Samoyed and the Malamutes are descendants of the original sled dog, the Eskimo dog (Quimmiq). Originally the Siberian Husky was used to pull heavy sled loads by the Chukchi people of northern Siberia. During the Nome Gold Rush from 1899 to 1909 in Alaska, the Siberian Husky was imported and bred as working sled dogs, but later became well liked as a family pet throughout Canada and the United States. The Siberian Husky is well known for being able to sustain their strength on little food while working in harsh conditions, being heralded as one of the most versatile and athletic working breeds.
When purchasing a Siberian Husky puppy it is essential to be aware of all characteristics of this Spitz dog breed. Looking for a puppy to bring into your family is an exciting process, but having the knowledge of what to expect with any dog is the key to successful integration into your family. A puppy is a huge commitment, so being knowledgeable about how to train and care for your Siberian Husky puppy is particularly valuable. For information on these subjects check our blog or a good book related to this specific dog breed.
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