HUSKY

Age: 11 weeks
D.O.B.: 02/03/2018
Gender: Male

Allergy Scale: 1 - Won't Work

Activity Level: Very Active

Shedding: Will Shed

Expected Size: 65-75 lbs.


There are six in this litter, we are selling one male and one female and both are black and silver and have double blue eyes. This litter will come with an application for registration with AKC. Mom and dad are both pure bred Siberian Husky’s and both are registered with AKC. Mom is black and silver in color and she weighs 55#. Dad is black and silver and he weighs 65#. We will be selling this litter as pet quality and companion only, although they are registered we do not guarantee breeding or show potential.

PLEASE NOTE: This is a very active and intelligent dog. Daily exercise will be required; this will need to be more than just running in the house. They will need to either freely run in a fenced in back yard, taken for walks or jogging or trips to the dog parks. With the high level of intelligence they will get bored easily if left in a crate for hours on end with nothing to do. Please provide them with toys during their crate time. Proper training will be required, start with puppy obedience classes. When they reach 6 to 9 months old they may want to test your Alpha status, this is the terrible twos for a dog.  If this happens you will need to immediately seek a professional trainer to help before these behaviors get out of control. 


About This Breed:


The Siberian Husky originated as a sled dog for the Chukchi tribe of Eastern Siberia. They were imported to Alaska in the early 20th century during the gold rush. They are without a doubt known for their ability to run. If they get loose, try looking in Kentucky. A Husky is adventurous, clever and stubborn. They are a strong willed dog who has a mind of its own. This will be your biggest challenge as an owner. Huskies are not the greatest watch dog since they tend to like everyone. Their size will help to keep strangers away though. They are loyal and loving with their family. A fenced yard, and I don’t mean an invisible fence, will keep them in the yard and out of trouble. If given the opportunity to run, they will. It’s in their blood. They are full of energy and will require a fair amount of play time outside. In the summer months please provide them with plenty of water and some shade to get out of the sun if they wish. Winter is another story; they absolutely love it and will most likely not willingly want to come in. Playing in the house will help but will not be sufficient. Some intra-active toys will also help to keep their minds occupied. A Husky that does not get enough exercise or stimuli may become destructive. They are great with children however due to their size and strength supervision during play time is a must. They are good with other pets if socialized properly from the start. We would highly, highly recommend Puppy training classes here so that you end up with a pup you can control. An uncontrollable Husky will be nothing short of a nightmare. Please do your job as an owner and train them, or have them trained, properly. Husky’s do shed a lot, use a slicker brush or rake brush to pull out any loose hairs. In the spring they will drop their coat so you will need a de-shedding tool or blade. They are great pets for the active family and will enjoy your company as much as you do theirs. Despite all the cautions given, this is still a very wonderful dog that is full of life.