Siberian Husky Breeder
If you're looking for a fluffy Siberian Husky puppy, you've come to the right place!
We are a hobby breeder who focuses on providing families with beautiful, well-tempered, wooly-coated Siberian Husky puppies. Our dogs are a part of our family! Our dogs are mainly outdoors but have their own building where they eat and sleep indoors. We socialize our puppies with children and other dogs in order to provide you with a sweet, friendly puppy. We love each and every one of our puppies and want to see them go to good homes who will love them as much as we do! We pride ourselves on complete satisfaction and want to help in any way that we can. We are excited and honored to be able to share this breed with others, so please feel free to look around our site and contact us at any time. Learn more about our buying process by visiting the Purchase Information page. Thanks for visiting and have a wonderful day!
THE TWO THAT STARTED IT ALL
Before You Buy A Siberian Husky
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The Siberian Husky is a "Northern breed" that originated from Northeastern Asia by the Chukchi people. They were bred for endurance sled pulling and are still very active in that aspect today! The state of Alaska still holds their yearly Iditarod race in which Siberian Huskies play an integral part. Many Siberian owners like to keep their dogs active and working by pulling sleds for competitions or leisure. While Siberian Huskies do best in cooler temperatures, they can adjust to virtually any climate, given they are provided with appropriate shelter, food, and water.
Siberian Huskies are a very friendly breed and are known for their escape tactics! They should be kept in a securely fenced-in area or taken out of the home on a lead or they will escape. They are very quick and difficult to catch! They are not guard dogs! They do best in a pack environment; meaning they enjoy the company of people and other dogs. This also means that they do not like to be left alone! Siberian Huskies can get separation anxiety which will cause them to be destructive when left alone; having a furry friend to keep them company can help with this. They can be dangerous if around small animals due to their high prey drive, but have been known to do well with cats and small dogs if introduced to them early in life.
Siberians are a very intelligent breed, but also very stubborn! They will not follow commands if they do not see a benefit from it. Our dogs will do anything for a treat! They also tend to be fairly healthy dogs if taken in for regular veterinary visits and given a good diet. The breed suffers mostly from issues with their eyes including Hereditary Cataracts, Corneal Dystrophy, Progressive Retinal Atrophy; they can also be susceptible to Hip Dysplasia, as with any medium to large breed.
Here at Novel Siberians we love Siberian Huskies, and we hope you will too! We want all of our buyers to be as well-informed as possible before deciding to add a new puppy to their life because we understand how big of a responsibility that is. Please consider all of the serious aspects of getting a puppy as well as all of the great, fun, and exciting parts of it.