Siberian Huskies typically have four to six puppies per litter. Bred as sled dogs in Southeast Asia, Siberian Huskies are known for their excellent work ethic and impressive endurance. Because they were bred in incredibl... More »

The ASPCA (American Society for Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) lists the Siberian husky, a gentle breed that enjoys the company of people, as a dog good with children. Because huskies exhibit an agreeable and outgoing... More »

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The American Kennel Club does not recognize the mini Siberian husky as a true breed but rather a smaller version of the standard Siberian husky. Mini huskies, at 18 to 25 pounds, are smaller than their larger counterpart... More »

Siberian huskies grow to be around 35 to 60 pounds and approximately 20 to 23 1/2 inches tall. Originally bred in the northeastern part of Asia by the Chukchi people for pulling sleds, Siberian huskies are known as extre... More »

Siberian Huskies are a breed of thick-coated dogs originally bred in Northeast Asia as sled dogs. Siberian Huskies typically have black and white fur, but some dogs have shades of copper and blond in their coats. More »

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A female Siberian Husky will enter her first heat cycle between the ages of 6 and 12 months. Each heat cycle can last from 18 to 28 days. More »

The frequency of the long or woolly coat in the Siberian husky is unknown, but it is rarer than the standard short coat. It is caused by a recessive gene, meaning a dog must inherit a gene for long hair from both parents... More »