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Some information regarding the siberian husky puppy
The Siberian Husky Puppy is one of the most energetic breeds of dog. They love playing and will give you hours of excitement if you let them. It is recommended that you give them roughly an hour of attention and exercise every day.
Being part of the Spitz grouping, the siberian husky is most noticed by their fluffy coat, triangular ears, and wolf like featuers. With having a double coat, they can survive harsh climates of down to negative 70 degrees or warmer areas as their second coat acts as a reflectant.
The history of the siberian husky puppy dates back into the Inuit tribes. They were used as sled dogs and single handeling kept the tribe alive. Over time the United States started to recognize the breed more and more and even used them on several expeditions around the North Pole. Because they faired so well, in the modern days you will see many huskies used in the Iditarod sled dog racing. Their smaller size compared to the malamute allows them to be faster and can endure longer trips.
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