Dog Farm For Siberian Husky - Important Things Must Know Today.

Dog Farm For Siberian Husky - Important Things Must Know Today.

Siberian Husky is an excellent breed of dog that can be owned by a dog lover. This breed of dog originated in the north-eastern part of Russia, and it is known to be a member of the Spitz genetic family.

Siberian Husky which is alternatively called Chukcha, Chuksha, and Husky Sibe is a medium-sized breed.

Talking about its physic, it often weighs somewhere between 30 pounds and 60 pounds; in kilograms, this is approximately 16 kg — 27 kg. Note that fully-matured male Siberian Huskies tend to bigger than fully-matured Siberian Huskies.

As regards to their height, fully-matured males often measure between 21 inches and 24 inches (53 cm — 61 cm). On average, the females have a height range of 18 inches — 20 inches (47 cm — 51 cm).

As stated above, Chukcha is a very desirable breed of dog. However, as desirable as this breed may be, there are some things needed to be known by a person, before adopting the breed.

We found out that the lack of these information has caused some people unpleasant experiences with their Siberian Huskies.

As a way of helping the situation, we put up this article to share you the information in question.

Important Things To Know

  1. Siberian Huskies are excellent in escaping
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Unlike some dog breeds that will stay wherever they are put, the Siberian Husky is a great lover of exploration. If a Siberian Husky is put in place, it will often try to escape and catch fun in the free world.The point of telling this is that a Siberian Husky's kennel must not allow escape. This breed is known to be a good jumper.

It can jump out of its kennel if the kennel has no covering on the top and if it is furthermore not high. Chukcha can also separate chain link as well as bite through an aluminum wire.

If a Chukcha finds its way out of its kennel and into the free world, there is great tendency of it preying on inferior animals. By inferior animal, we mean animals like chickens, cats, small dogs and goats. Preying predisposes the dog to dangers like gunshot, poisoning and accidents.

In conclusion, when getting a kennel for your Husky Sibe, we recommend that you get one that is high enough, or it should preferably be covered on the top. Furthermore, a tough and strong material should be used for the barriers of the kennel. Invisible barriers are not advisable as they have proved not to be appropriate.

  1. Siberian Huskies shouldn't be left alone for a long time

Siberian Huskies are pack animals. By 'pack animals', we mean dogs that love being among people or fellow animals. Saying Siberian Huskies shouldn't be left alone for a long time isn't only for the benefit of the breed, it is rather for both the breed and its owner. If a Husky Sibe is left alone for a long time, it becomes destructive.

Do you love this breed, but will not always have the time to be with your Husky Sibe pet? You can always call for help. At The DogFather, we provide a first-class dog hostel. Your dog is welcome 24/7.

Our dog hostel has excellent facilities, and our staffs are experts in their profession. The DogFather dog hostel is not open to only Husky Sibe, it is also meant for other breeds of dog.

  1. Siberian Huskies make a lot of noise

Siberian Huskies are very active pets, and one of the things they do is noise-making. This breed does not just make noise, they do it very often. They really enjoy howling, which is important to take into consideration, if you want to adopt one. In addition, their howl is very wolf-like.

For you to keep a Siberian Husky, it is important that you ensure that its howling will be acceptable in your environment. If your neighbors are people who dislike such a sound, it may be advisable to go with any of our other dog breeds: Shih Tzu, Cane Corso, and German Shepherd.

  1. Siberian Huskies do not make good guard dogs

Although, it was stated above that Siberian Huskies are active dogs and do love to catch fun, this doesn't mean they are good guards dogs. Chukshas are generally not good guards dogs, but there have historically been some cases of excellent Chuksha as guard dogs. Chuksha has the appearance of a good guard dog, but don't allow it to deceive you into thinking they are good at it. In fact, cases have reported, where this breed watched as burglars carted away properties of their owners.

If security is the reason why you want to get a dog, it is advisable to turn to other breeds good at it. Some dog breeds that make excellent guard dogs include the likes of Pit Bull, German Shepherd, and Bull Dog.

  1. Siberian Huskies require obedience training

It has been said already that this dog breed is a pack breed. As a pack breed, Siberian Husky always requires the presence of a strong alpha. In the absence of a strong alpha, it tends to assume the position and act as it wishes.

Having a Chukcha which acts with disregard to your wish isn't something you want. To prevent this, it is required of you to present yourself as a strong alpha male. Note that I've been using the adjective 'strong' with 'alpha'; the purpose is just to lay emphasis. An alpha perceived to be weak, to a Chukcha, will not be given much regard.

So how do you appear a strong alpha to your Siberian Husky? The answer is as simple as giving your dog a good obedience training. Obedience training has proven to be an excellent way of making a person appear a strong alpha to Siberian Huskies. With a good obedience training given to your dog, you can be assured of having good control over it.

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