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The Siberian Husky originated from the extreme north east of Siberia. They were initially domesticated by the Chukchi -an ancient population that thrived by herding reindeer and moving with each season to new grazing regions. They came to America in 1909 and found their place in the Alaskan wilderness. They love to be out in cold weather and are known to be the ideal sled dog. They have strong insulated paws that are perfect for traction in the snow. The Siberian Husky also has two layers in their coat that protects them from Arctic winters.
|FCI Group:||Group 5, Section 1|
Male: 45-60 lb
Female: 35-50 lb
Male: 21-24 in
Female: 20-22 in
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|Acceptable colors:||Agouti And White; Black And White; Gray And White; Red And White; Sable And White; White; White And Liver|