Big Dog | July 12th, 2010
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Big Dog | December 4th, 2011
Siberian Huskies are one of the popular breeds of dogs because of their wolf-like appearance. They have been featured in many films and TV series and are well known to be excellent sled dogs. Due to their fame, many people think that they have a concrete idea of what these dogs are but there are a lot of misconceptions about them. Here are five facts that contradict popular beliefs about the Siberian Husky.
1. Siberian Huskies are NOT related to wolves
Despite their appearance, Siberian Huskies are not half wolf or a crossbreed of wolves. They actually are pure bred dogs for several centuries that belong to the Spitz group and have many physical similarities to the Alaskan Malamute.
2. Siberian Huskies are NOT guard dogs
Intimidating and fierce in the outside but lovable in the inside, that is how to describe the Siberian Huskie’s personality. They are extremely friendly dogs that even attempt to lick strangers rather than scare them away. They are not also known to be a one-master dog so loyalty is out of the picture.
3. Siberian Huskies are NOT barkers
Numerous online videos feature the Siberian Husky appear to be “talking” and are capable of this because they rarely bark. Instead, they prefer making howling, yodeling, and wooing noises especially when being played with.
4. Siberian Huskies are NOT heat sensitive
In spite of their origin and name, Siberian Huskies can withstand heat. This is because their unique double coats prevent heat and cold from penetrating to the skin making them adapt well to extreme temperature and climate.
5. Siberian Huskies do NOT smell
Surprisingly, Siberian Huskies have little or no dog odors unlike other breeds. They require minimal effort in terms of bathing and grooming. The only disadvantage of this breed is that they are not keen in keeping their area clean and occasionally shed huge amounts of hair.
Big Dog | June 3rd, 2011
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Big Dog | March 8th, 2011
The most famous appearance of this dog breed was in the comedy movie Snow Dogs. This is a hilarious film with lots of adventures and will make your whole family laugh for sure. The story begins with a successful dentist Ted Brooks who lives in Miami and decides to travel to Alaska to claim his heritage. When he gets there he discovers that he inherited seven naughty Siberian Huskies and a Border Collie. At first he is quite awkward towards the dogs as he hates dogs, but as time goes he becomes comfortable with the new situation, even learns how to mush. He gets into all kinds of trouble and challenge in Alaska’s wilderness with the dogs. Demon the though and aggressive lead dog surprises him with some unforgettable moments. Finally, they are ready to enter into the Arctic Challenge Sled Dog Race.
We can see in this movie that this breed is affectionate, friendly, strong and ready to work even in the roughest weather. These dogs are alert and eager to please their owner.
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D Dog Fan | November 12th, 2010
If you had a dog when you were a child, you will want your own children to experience the same positive feelings and you will get your children a dog. If you did not, you just have to read My First Best Friend to find out what an amazing thing a dog can be in a child’s life. Not only does a dog teach children responsibility, but it also helps them develop a healthy personality and a balanced emotional life.
However, bringing a dog into the family is not always a smart thing to do. You need to make sure that both the children and the adult members of the family are ready for a furry friend, otherwise someone is likely to get disappointed over time. You also need to make sure that you are selecting the right breed and you are treating your dog in a way that guarantees your children’s safety.
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Big Dog | November 5th, 2010
If you would like to have an affectionate, friendly, and strong dog that is eager to work with you even in the coldest weather, then the Siberian Husky is the best breed for you. These dogs are alert and eager to please their master. They show no fear of strangers, therefore they can become good watchdogs or guardian dogs. They like other dogs around them, especially other Huskies. On the other hand, they usually do not get on well with other non-canine pets in the family, as their predatory instinct makes them dangerous for smaller animals. The Siberian Husky gets on extremely well with children, even with smaller ones. These dogs do their best on a large, fenced yard and they require daily walking or jogging. They are not recommended for apartment living.
The coat of this dog is a medium, dense and coarse double coat that requires daily brushing as this breed is a constant shedder. They are prone to health issues like hip dysplasia, skin allergies and cataracts.
Training the Siberian Husky is easy, as this dog is very clever, but they have a mind on their own so the trainer must always be consistent, firm and patient. They may be difficult to housebreak, therefore they require early socialization and obedience training.
All in all, the Siberian Husky is the perfect dog for families living in colder climates in a large house with a yard.
I hope this few sentences will help you decide whether the Siberian Husky is the best breed for you and for your family.
Big Dog | September 29th, 2010
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Big Dog | September 13th, 2010
If you are about to buy a dog, you’ll find this very useful. Euro Puppy, the reputable puppy finder company have launched a new website. As part of the promotion of their new site, they have released a coupon that will get you $100 off of any puppy you buy from them. Get the coupon code here.
Big Dog | August 26th, 2010
The eyes of the Siberian Husky can be very colorful…word by word. As we mentioned in earlier articles, it can be not only blue, but also brown or amber, or both.. Some Huskies have one brown and one blue eye, or two different blues of browns. They can even have “parti-colored” eyes, which means that one eye is half blue and half brown. I’ve just found an interesting photo of a beautiful Husky and I’d like to share it:
Big Dog | August 18th, 2010
“Give me that damned treat. Please.”