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Siberian Huskies are thought to be descendants of Chukchi sled which lived in the Siberian Arctic For over 3000 years these dogs have been utilized to pull sleds and heard reindeer in the arctic These dogs have the unique ability to travel extremely long distances on small amounts of food making them a perfect choice for the sled dog teams Perhaps the most notable use of these dogs was to deliver the antidote that halted a diphtheria epidemic in Nome Alaska A statue of the lead dog Balto stands in Central Park New York honoring their brave endeavor The Siberian is world renown for its fast pace and always alert behavior It is an offshoot of the Spitz breed and has an off-standing coat Much information about the dogs attitude can be told by looking at its tail position If the tail is up over the back this indicates the dog is alert and may feel threatened If the tail is down and relaxed this indicates the dog is in a good disposition There are many important features of this unique breed Huskies should be medium sized dogs have moderate bone very well balanced features and proportions Huskies should be brisk and move easily around His coat should have a light sheen and not be matted The ears head and eyes should be well balanced and proportioned On some occasions there may be a difference in the color of the eyes of the dog This is something that can add to the value of your dog as it is sought after in breeders Both sexes of the Siberian Husky are capable of work The Siberian Husky was brought to Alaska from Siberia in 1909 The Siberian Husky was admitted to the American Kennel Club in 1930 having the distinct recognition of being the first American Kennel Club registered Siberian Husky was named Fairbanks Princess Chena The Siberian Husky is world renowned for its racing
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