Siberian Husky


Siberian Husky


Siberian Husky Profile

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Lifespan: 12-15 Years

Avg height: 53-58cm

Avg weight: 15-20kg

Coat type: Medium straight double coat 

Coat colours: Variable, anything from black to pure white 

Originally bred for: Sled dogs

Breed traitsGood-natured, playful, athletic, agile


A little about the Siberian Husky

One of the most striking and beautiful breeds, the Siberian Husky comes from a long history of sledding and has retained a high affinity for running. This, together with their intelligence, athleticism and high level of engagement with those around them, makes them a very charismatic family pet. They require a lot of exercise but live very compatibly within a family environment. This breed is notably friendly but strong-willed, thus a confident owner will be well suited to a Husky.



Siberian Huskies can experience health issues such as: Progressive Retinal Atrophy, Corneal Dystrophy, Cataracts, Hip Dysplasia, and Low heat tolerance.