Puppy’s Parents.

Purebred Siberian husky

The Siberian Husky Parents are, Samoyed, and Alaskan Malamute and all this breeds are directly descended from the original sled dog. It is thought that the term “husky” is a corruption of the nickname “Esky” once applied to the Eskimo and subsequently to their dogs.


King and Rosa are a parents that was bred to drag sleighs for hours daily in normal temperatures. This means that they need a lot of exercise and rest to be properly stimulated and if they don’t get the rest they need then it can cause them to become lazy.Looking at the Coat. Check the length of the coat. Siberian Huskies parents  have double coats of medium length, giving the dog a well-furred appearance. The undercoat is dense and soft, though it may be hidden during shedding season those making our babies very active and easily bond with new families.Although wolf-like in appearance, huskies are no more closely related to wolves than poodles and bulldogs are. While they’re all dogs, some huskies may be crossed with wolves, producing a wolf hybrid. That’s an entirely different animal from a purebred Siberian husky or its cousins mix breed Pomsky, and Alaskan Malamute. They are a pack dog with a hierarchical order of leadership and, therefore, are calmly trained, strong-willed, and independent. … Confidence and a strong-will are important qualities to have as an owner to establish obedience in your dog.They  are generally very safe to have around children. … Head burying is a behavior commonly seen in the wild and is known as “denning”. Huskies are closely connected to their wild instincts and burying their heads and even their bodies is something they would have done to feel safe and secure while resting or sleeping. They don’t like to be  left alone for long periods of time as they can develop separation anxiety or isolation distress easily. They will always prefer having company over being alone.