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Siberian Husky Puppies Info

Want to buy a Siberian Husky puppy from a breeder and not sure where to find one? Here's how... If you are new to the breed you will want to look for breeders close to home. You will be able to visit a few of them and pick one that you feel comfortable with. Being ...Read More...

Treats for your Siberian Husky are a great way to reward good behavior during training. However not all food is good for your puppy to snack on. Here we have a look at what is suitable for puppies and what to avoid. As you know, puppies need food to grow. It is really important to ...Read More...

With the tremendous rise in Siberian Husky registrations (AKC quote Huskies as the 14th most popular breed in 2013, and still rising) comes a wave of interest in the breed, and a desire to own one. Unfortunately that also means unscrupulous breeders are profiteering from this popularity, operating puppy mills to maximize profit rather than ...Read More...

Previously we identified chocolate, grapes, raisins, milk and dairy products as food to avoid feeding your Husky puppy. There are three more families of food you should avoid to keep your Siberian Husky healthy: All types of alcohol should be avoided; beer, wine, spirits, mixed drinks, cocktails, egg nog, etc. Because of their size and ...Read More...

Dogs have special dietary requirements to keep them healthy. Some foods are likely to lead to discomfort, and others are downright deadly. Here are three foods you should avoid feeding your Siberian Husky. This is particularly important in puppy stage where their smaller mass and less developed immune system can result in more serious and ...Read More...

Siberian Huskies shed a lot! Sometimes constantly, more often periodically through the year. What can you expect and how to deal with it? Here are our tips:   The shedding of the fluffy undercoat is also known as molting or blowing coat. As the new top coat comes out, the under coat is pushed out ...Read More...

Siberian Huskies are known for their fascinating eye colors, particularly the icy cold blue that reflects their origin in the cold icy conditions of Siberia. Did you know they can change eye color? or have different colored eyes? Read on... Huskies are born with blue eyes, but you may be surprised to know that Siberian ...Read More...

So you want to adopt a Siberian Husky (whether puppy or adult) and need some help? Here are our top tips for adopting a healthy, happy Husky. Huskies are a medium-to-large sized dog that require a LOT of exercise. They have an easy going temperament but can get bored and destructive if not exercised and ...Read More...

Even if you don't plan on travelling much with your Husky, the chances are you still need to get the puppy home from the breeder, to and from the vet, and occasionally out to a larger park or beach to run around. Here are our top ten tips for safe and healthy travel with your ...Read More...

Siberian Huskies were bred as working dogs - pulling sleighs and assisting hunters. It is no surprise that they need space, but how much space? And can they survive in a smaller environment with little yard space? The primary concern is not so much the area they have, but rather how much exercise they receive ...Read More...