If an independent, yet loyal, high energy, family oriented dog sounds appealing to you, then the Siberian Husky is the perfect match for you and your family.
Temperament: If you’re looking for a dog that is all bark but no bite, then the Siberian Husky is right up your ally. While this breed might warn you that someone is near, don’t expect them to attack with anything more than a few kisses and a welcoming demeanor. Dog aggression is also something that Siberian Husky owners do not have to fret about. Your Siberian pup will keep you light on your feet with their silly personality and willingness to play. It should be noted that with a Siberian Husky, certain behaviors you may not allow are only instinct to them. Digging is something your pup’s ancestors did in order to create shelter or find food. Early training will help prevent this from becoming a major issue, unless of course, you’re interested in seeing a crater in your backyard.
Diet: The Siberian Husky puppy needs to have a balanced diet. When you receive your Siberian Husky, typically around the 8-week mark, they should have been on solid foods for a few weeks. Try to find out the type of solid food it’s been eating prior to adoption. We recommend keeping the same eating schedule for the first few days. Keeping your puppies diet consistent will help limit the stress and anxiety during this big change.
Origin: Despite popular belief, the Siberian Husky is not a wolf hybrid. This breed was developed in Siberia to help hunters carry walrus meat. Because the women took care of these dogs, they have spent centuries around children. They were eventually transported to Alaska to compete in long-distance races.
Grooming: Despite the big fluffy coat, the Siberian Husky is actually fairly easy to groom. While they do shed throughout the year, and have a major shedding session once or twice a year, brushing occasionally will do the trick to keep you pup looking glamourous. A bath is rarely needed as this dog does not carry much odor.
Activity Level: Being that this breed is known to travel long distances and have high endurance levels, adequate exercise is a must. While they do not need a big yard, they would be pleasantly happy with an area to run around and stretch their legs. This companion would work best with a family that enjoys walks, hiking, running, and other outside activities.
At Temecula Puppies our Siberian Husky puppies come from local breeders in Temecula California. We are committed to only using proven and trusted breeders and delight in knowing that our puppies come from loving homes. Temecula Puppies provide Siberian Husky puppies completely healthy, happy, and ready for a new home.
At Temecula Puppies, our Siberian Husky puppies come with their first set of vaccines, deworming, and health checks. Our breeders are required to have regular vet records on the breeding parents and puppies. Every puppy has a vet exam within the first week after adoption.
Because Temecula Puppies knows it is very important to carefully choose where to adopt your new family companion, we offer healthy and happy Teddy Bear puppies from local and trusted breeders only. We make certain that they come from a truly loving home. Please remember that we never ship our puppies in from out of state breeders.
Temecula Puppies is located in Temecula California and would be happy to assist you in adopting your new Teddy Bear puppies today.