Male Siberian Huskies often reach 23.5 inches tall, with a weight of 60 pounds. Adult male Siberian Huskies on the smaller end of the spectrum typically reach 45 pounds and 20 inches tall. These are the measurements for the AKC Siberian Husky Standard; individual dogs may be smaller or larger.
Siberian Huskies generally reach their adult size at 1 year old. Their average lifespan is between 11 and 15 years. Though Siberian Huskies have no major health concerns, they may be susceptible to eye problems, including glaucoma and cataracts.
Exercise and grooming are also concerns for Siberian Husky owners. Adult male Siberian Huskies are high-energy dogs that require long walks or runs for daily exercise. This dog breed is prone to extensive shedding and should be brushed multiple times a week.