Huskies are generally good with children. They are very gentle, loving, playful animals that are not only fond of members of their family, but also of strangers.
This fondness for basically everyone makes the husky ill-suited to be a watchdog. Huskies are very intelligent and very active, especially when they are puppies. They can be difficult to train, because they tend to obey only owners whose will is stronger than theirs. Huskies are prone to taking advantage of their owners. They are also prone to destructive behavior when they become bored and do not get the stimulation that they need.