Siberian husky dog facts

A medium-sized, compact sled dog with exceptional endurance and a thick coat known as the Siberian Husky was bred to operate in packs and

pull modest loads through wide, icy terrain at a moderate speed. Siberian people are kind, meticulous, and respectful. The almond-

shaped eyes of the sleek, medium-sized Siberian Husky can be either brown or blue and exhibit a sharp yet pleasant and occasionally

mischievous attitude. Siberians are recognized for their strong yet seemingly easy pace, and they are swift and deft on their feet. They are

notably smaller and lighter than their bulky relative, the Alaskan Malamute, tipping the scales at no more than 60 pounds. They get along

with other dogs and like spending time with their families because they were born pack dogs. Sibes are naturally friendly, making them uninterested watch dogs.

Having a safe running area is essential since these dogs are active and can't help pursuing tiny creatures.