Tips On Siberian Husky PuppiesBy A Preston
So you are considering Siberian Husky puppies but you are not too sure what to expect if you were to get one. The Siberian Husky is the least mysterious of the dog breeds and many of the issues you may come across with a Husky are common dog problems that can easily be fixed with the proper training and care. You should always take the advice given to you by qualified people and seek out advice when you run into problems. You are not alone in your raising of a Siberian Husky puppy so use the resources around you.
Before we get into a discussion of what Siberian Husky puppies are like you should first realize that you have two excellent resources for advice and help in your breeder and your vet. The information and assistance you will get from these two is invaluable and you will be in contact with both for almost all of the life of your dog. Use these two resources when you need to and never guess on a health issue with your dog.
You will notice right away that Siberian Husky puppies are active and aggressive little guys that literally do not know when to stop when it comes to play and that play can get very rough at times. This rough play is why many breeders suggest you do not get Siberian Husky puppies if you have small children. Young puppies sometimes just do not know when to stop and small children can get hurt. So you may want to consider that if you have small children and you want a Siberian Husky puppy.
Siberian Husky puppies were bred to survive the winters of Siberia so their coat is very thick and they shed a great deal. You do not need to cut their coat or trim it at all but you do need to comb and brush their coat frequently. They enjoy the occasional bath as well but make sure you use dog shampoo and not human shampoo as there is a huge difference especially to Siberian Husky fur and skin.
Siberian Husky puppies will want to eat constantly but it is extremely bad to feed them more than maybe once a day and even then you should not leave left over food sitting around for them. Even though they are growing dogs you still need to monitor their diet and keep track of how much they eat so they do not develop bad eating habits and become more difficult to control later in their life.
Siberian Husky puppies grow into loyal, majestic, and wonderful dogs but you have to get past that puppy phase first and that can be quite a challenge. Siberian Husky puppies are not for everyone and if you are not an experienced dog owner then you may want to consider a different breed because as beautiful and wonderful as Siberian Husky puppies are they are a huge responsibility that should only be taken on by the most qualified of owners.