Siberian Huskies are beautiful, affectionate, active, and intelligent. Yet, they are often misunderstood by people who are not prepared for the very traits they were attracted to in the first place.
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Your Husky should wear a collar with ID tags at all times. Microchipping is also ideal but should never be a substitute for a decent collar and ID tag! When taking your husky out on the town, it is a good idea to use a second collar such as a choke collar for use with the leash. This way, should anything happen and the collar you are walking with breaks, at least they still have their ID tags.
It is always party time for these social butterflies. Huskies are very very pack oriented looking for companionship, both human and canine.
Do you like to jog? Grab a walking belt, hook up your husky and go for a run together. This is a great sport to share with your husky especially during the cooler months, even in the winter.
Ready for the challenge? Here are a few huskies looking for a home. Click on their photos to learn more about each dog. If you're interested in one, contact us and we'll arrange a meet with your family.
Many huskies either escape never to be reunited with their families or were just a bad match with their previous home owners. Consider spending some time researching the husky breed before making the commitment to adding one to your family.