There is something really endearing about the Siberian Husky puppy that without a doubt is the most beautiful looking dog of all breeds, and even when it has different colored coats, nothing seems to detract from its appearance. Even the shade of the eyes can vary and though normally you would associate Siberian Husky puppies to have blue eyes, they are known to have other colored eyes as well.
What’s more, the compactly built Siberian Husky puppy already has strength in his body even when he has not attained adulthood, and this characteristic is what makes him a good working dog in his later years. His nature is gentle while also being playful and sometimes he will show his strong will or become mischievous, which are traits that endear Siberian Husky puppies even more to their owners. This breed is really good around children and will readily make quick friends with even complete strangers.
The Siberian Husky puppy is characterized by its intelligence and is also amenable to be trained, but due to being not a very suspicious dog, he is not the ideal guard dog because he makes friends easily with strangers and he is not given to barking too much either. As you start training your Siberian Husky puppy, you may find that he has got a strong will and will usually make up his own mind and only obey commands that merit being obeyed. Which means that you will need to be very patient while training him and also be regular as well as forgiving of his faults.
Mostly, the Siberian Husky puppy is not a very loud animal though often he will howl, which is something he seems to like doing. And at other times he will simply look bored, though he is not given to being left alone and would rather be around people or other dogs. You should also not leave him alone because Siberian Husky puppies are quite destructive when left to their own devices.
The Siberian Husky puppy is not the most voracious eaters and are in fact quite frugal when it comes to putting down their meals, and so are easily satisfied with eating less than what you may think is suitable for a medium sized breed. He is an active kind of puppy that will explore his surroundings at every opportunity, but the Siberian Husky puppy is best kept on the leash because he can easily wander off somewhere and get himself lost, or do something untoward to other people.
No doubt, the Siberian Husky Puppy is also prone to health problems and among them is juvenile cataracts and, sometimes even zinc responsive dermatitis, though by and large he is a healthy puppy who won’t easily fall ill.
Being fond of roaming and because he is also active by nature, the Siberian Husky puppy should not be kept where space is at a premium as this will inhibit his natural movement. Though if you properly train him and also make sure to exercise him enough, he can adapt to living in apartments as well. Also, he has a double duty coat and thus will relish living in colder climes, and even within the home, he may require plenty of shade and also being kept in an air-conditioned room.
There is lots that you should know about Siberian Husky puppies. Because Siberian Husky puppies are so lovable and also extremely beautiful to look at, and thus invite being given some very descriptive Siberian Husky puppy names.