Saturday, March 2, 2024

3 pros and cons of owning a Siberian Husky

We know you like huskies, that’s why you’re here. For those who are considering whether the husky is the right dog for them, we present you with 3 pros and cons.



  1. Friendly and outgoing

Their carefree nature represents introducing the Siberian Husky to new people. He is always happy to make a new friend.

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  1. Low smell

Siberian Huskies have very little unpleasant smell associated with many dogs or none at all. In fact, some people who are allergic to other breeds of dogs find that the husky does not worsen their condition.


  1. Long lifespan

The average husky lives for about 12-14 years, so you will have enough time to spend with your favorite companion.


A closeup autumn portrait of small Siberian husky puppy.
A close-up autumn portrait of the small Siberian husky puppy.



  1. It needs a lot of attention

Because they are bred for pack life, Siberian Huskies are miserable when separated from their families. If your lifestyle keeps you away from home without the ability to take your dog with you, this breed is not for you.

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  1. A large amount of hair

Huskies shed their undercoat twice a year in a process called ‘blowing’. Blowing takes about a month. You will need to brush your dog every day during their shedding seasons to avoid large amounts of his hair around the house.


  1. Stubbornness makes it difficult for them to train

Because huskies are very intelligent and fiercely independent, they can be quite difficult to train. You need to be consistent in your workouts and practice training techniques in all types of training to gain their trust and respect.



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