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What is a husky's life expectancy?

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The life expectancy of a husky is between 11 and 13 years, though they can live longer. Huskies tend to have some minor eye health issues, but they do not significantly affect life span.

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The husky is a playful, energetic breed. Huskies are friendly and easy to train. These dogs weigh up to 60 pounds when full grown, and stand up to 23.5 inches tall. Huskies have a dense, double-coat that provides a high-tolerance for cold weather. It requires regular brushing to maintain shedding. Originally, huskies were bred to pull sleds over large distances in cold areas, so they have high exercise needs.

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