Welcome to Husky Puppies For Sale
Husky Puppies For Sale is your ultimate source for the Siberian Husky. We offer a Husky Breeder Directory where you can find Husky Breeders in your state. You can keep up to date on Husky information, Siberian Husky facts, Siberian Husky puppies, and everything else in between.
Where can I find Husky Puppies For Sale?
You can find Husky puppies on our Husky puppies page where we have Siberian Husky breeders categorized by State. You can contact the Siberian Husky breeders directly via email, facebook, phone, or through their website.
The purpose of Husky Puppies For Sale
Our mission is to provide the ultimate Siberian Husky website where visitors can get all the Siberian Husky facts and Husky information they need along with locations where they can buy Husky puppies for sale. We provide a Husky rescue directory as well for those people who are looking to rescue a Siberian Husky.
The Siberian Husky
The Siberian Husky is a strongly built, medium sized dog. It’s head has a shape of a triangle with ears that stand erect. Most colors that are common in Siberian Huskies are white and black, brown and white, and red and white. What really stands out in Siberian Huskies is their beautiful eyes. They come in every distinctive shading. They can have eyes the color of the sky, brown eyes, or one blue and one brown. There have been occurrences in some huskies having one brown eye and one half brown, half blue eye.
Huskies make amazing sled dogs. They have strong, solid bodies and double layered coats that make them exceptionally comfortable in pretty much any sort of brutal climate. They find themselves going long distances or long periods of time with no food which is perfect for sled dogs out doing work for their owners. Siberian Huskies are very high energy animals that need a great deal of activity and they are not generally great with small animals but are rather great with strange people and kids.
Siberian Huskies can at times be difficult to train for owners that are ill experienced. Huskies are not recommended for first time dog owners or individuals who don’t have sufficient energy to socialize and exercise with. Huskies are pack dogs and tend to get lonely when there are not people or other dogs around to associate with them and they will likewise become destructive and get bored when you leave them for prolonged periods of time.
It is believed that the Siberian Huskies development began from the “Chukchi” tribe from the Chukchi peninsula, a region in the Arctic Ocean in the Russian Federation. They were utilized as a part of the winter to carry game and turned free in the mid year to fend for themselves which is no doubt why they have such a high commute to stalk and catch prey. In the mid 1900’s Americans found out about these beautiful dogs and conveyed them to Alaska to draw sleds. They were flabbergasted at these dogs’ capacity to draw sleds more than 400 miles in just one trip. The notoriety rapidly spread into Canada and in 1930 the American Kennel Club officially perceived the breed. A few Siberian Huskies have served in the Armies Arctic region search and rescue amid World War 2.
Huskies are exceedingly intelligent and extremely trainable as long as you’re not attempting to dominate them. They are fun and loving pack dogs and will except all members of the family into the pack. Due to their double layered coat you will need to brush them frequently to keep their hair from tangling up and to keep your home from being filled with hair.