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Everything Husky

Find out every bit of information about your Siberian Husky. From history to breed specifics and temperament information. Everything you wanted to know right here, descriptive and informative.

Your husky’s teeth are a part of his or her overall health. Like human teeth, a husky’s teeth develop cavities, tartar, and gums problems resulting in tooth loss. Not brushing your Siberian husky’s teeth will result in bad breath that can break human and dog interaction. It is terrible when a dog opens the mouth and you smell bad breath…

A puppy is born toothless and he needs to go through two teething periods until he will have his strong and adult teeth. The Siberian Husky puppy teething period is a hard period for the owner but even harder for the puppy. If you just brought a sweet little husky puppy home, you might notice that he starts biting and…

Spring is here, the sun is brighter, sweet flowers smell is in the air and Siberian husky hair is everywhere. Shedding time is here. A Siberian husky sheds during the year, but he is blowing the coat twice a year, early in spring and in autumn. As you already might know, I have two beautiful and stubborn Siberian huskies. And…

The weather outside is frightful and my Siberian huskies thrive in cold weather. But how cold is too cold for your dog? In my area, it didn’t snow yet, but the temperatures are below zero. Siberian huskies enjoy going for a walk and exercise outside during winter. They wear all that fur all year round and now this keeps them…

Every new Husky owner or anyone who is looking into getting a Siberian Husky has probably wondered if Huskies bark or howl and how noisy is this breed. While Siberian Huskies can bark and howl, a lot of them almost never do. Barking is usually a territorial call and huskies are almost uniquely non-territorial. A lot of husky barking is…

It’s Grooming time! Today I’ll cover the best practices on grooming your Siberian Husky, what I’ve found out after too many baths, brushing & pampering for my Huskies and what you’ll need in order to have your Husky looking show-ready at home. Your Husky’s thick coat helps them keep cool in the summer and warm in the winter. The secret…