Affectionate And Loyal
Huskies may look like wolves but these stunning pups are good-natured and make great family pets. Huskies are loving and loyal companions that get on well even with children.
Strong Hunting Instincts
Due to their strong prey instincts, Siberian Huskies will not do well around smaller dogs or other pets. Do not keep a Siberian husky around rabbits, ferrets, birds, or cats.
Energetic And Athletic
Huskies are very energetic and will do best in an active environment. If you want a fur-buddy to take hiking, camping, or jogging, Huskies are perfect for the job.
Siberian Huskies are ill-suited to living in small spaces and are known to resort to destructive behavior if they do not get sufficient exercise.
Huskies are also quite vocal and their howling can be a noise nuisance in apartments and small spaces.
While Siberian Huskies do not have aggressive tendencies, they do need proper socialization. These pups can also suffer from separation anxiety if left alone for extended periods.
Stubborn And Spirited
You may adore the stunning appearance of the Siberian Husky but these willful dogs need proper training and firm handling. Any dog breed can be a handful if not properly trained and Huskies are no different.
Professional training can help in curbing destructive behavior. The Brain Training program is ideal for stubborn Huskies and will help you get the best out of your fur-buddy.
Huskies are quite intelligent and they do have a stubborn streak. Start obedience training at an early age. If you choose to adopt an adult Husky, always get the pup’s history.