Siberian Husky Making Sweet Love

Siberian Husky Making Sweet Love


Siberian Huskies are the 12th most popular dog breed in the United States today, and it’s easy to see why.


This strikingly beautiful breed is one of the few that have blue eyes, and their lovely, thick coats come in a variety of colors such as grey and white, red and white, and agouti. They were originally bred in northeast Asia as both family pets and sled dogs, which is why they have such thick coats and high energy levels.


The Siberian Husky breed originated in northeast Asia. These dogs were kept by the Chukchi people as both family pets and working sled dogs. At the turn of the 20th century, this breed gained notoriety for winning sledding races, but their real rise to fame began in 1925 when Gunnar Kaasen rushed medication to Nome, Alaska. His sled dog team raced 658 miles across the frozen tundra in 5 days to deliver the serum that would bring an end to the diphtheria epidemic. His lead sled dog, Balto, is still regarded as one of the greatest canine heroes of history and even has a commemorative statue in Central Park in New York City.

Over the years, the Siberian Husky has gotten a reputation for being hard to train due to their independent nature, but owners of this breed simply need to take charge with gentle confidence and consistent rules. Their demeanor is playful and friendly, and as such, they make lovely pets for the active family.

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Siberian Husky Making Sweet Love
 

Siberian Husky Making Sweet Love

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