The Siberian Husky. The Siberian Husky was used for centuries and centuries to pull the sleds of the Chukchi Tribe on the eastern Siberian peninsula. Huskies were also used for herding reindeer and guarding. ... Huskies have also been used as search-and-rescue dogs as well.
The Siberian Husky was bred about 3,000 years ago by the nomadic Indian tribe Chukchi for the purpose of sledding. It was first brought to North America by fur traders around the turn of the 20th century. Today the breed serves both as an sled dog and a wonderful pet.
So it's time for us to set the record straight:You CAN find purebred Siberian Huskys for adoption in an animal shelter or rescue group.Siberian Huskys and Siberian Husky puppies for adoption are NOT in any way inferior to or different from those for sale.The dogs in the shelter are NOT there because they're bad dogs.More items...
The Pomsky is one of the new designer dog or crossbreeds. It's a recognized by the Dog Registry of America. The Pomsky is a mix between a Siberian Husky and a Pomeranian. The Siberian Husky is a medium-size working dog breed that originated in north-eastern Siberia, Russia.Jul 26, 2017
Brown is the most common eye color for dogs, but many Siberian Huskies have striking blue eyes. They can also have brown eyes, one eye that is blue and one that is brown, or blue and brown coloring in both eyes. The color of their eyes is controlled by a rare gene that few dog breeds are believed to have.