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Cool Facts about The Siberian Husky

September 13, 2018

Petland always has Siberian Husky puppies for sale, check them out on our available puppies page, by clicking here!

In the meantime, take a look at some interesting facts about this majestic breed.

What’s more striking about the Siberian Husky? Is it their big and fluffy coat or their piercing blue eyes? Maybe it’s both!

Husky puppies have double coats which allow them to be warm in the winter. They have an undercoat that is short and keeps their bodies warm and insulated in cold climates. Their overcoat is very long and water-resistant, so when their romping and playing in the snow, it will fall off of them.

Those piercing blue eyes serve the cold too. Because of their almond shapes, it allows Huskie puppies to squint to keep out the cold, snow, and ice. They are still able to see, however!

Speaking of their blue eyes, this is not a result of a genetic malfunction as with other dogs with blue eyes. This is actually a physical trait unique to Siberian Huskies.

They are natural born runners.

Siberian Husky puppies were born as a result of creating the ideal sled dog. It is said they were closely related to the original Chukchi dogs of Siberia. This eventual creation of Husky puppies resulted in a dog that can run hundreds of miles a day, while still being able to tolerate the harsh cold and maintain their energy and stamina. They can regulate their own metabolism. Somehow Huskies burn through calories and never experience fatigue.

These are just a few facts about Siberian Husky puppies, and there are tons more. If you’re interested in learning more, feel free to contact us today. You can also stop by our store and speak to one of our knowledgeable onsite pet counselors. They can help you decide if the Husky is a good fit for your family.

 

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