I. Expressive




I. Expressive

Huskies are beautiful to look at, their delicate facial features and rich body language are full of strange expressions, and there is no complicated conversation to make us feel their joy or sadness deeply.

Expressions of excitement and happiness: The most common way huskies show excitement and happiness is by wagging their tails and jumping to high places. Many times, huskies also express this by laughing. This is shown by a nose full of wrinkles, an open upper lip with teeth showing, and eyes that are slightly closed and sometimes even squinted into slits just like the expression people make when they laugh. His eyes are gentle, his mouth is slightly open, his ears are stretched back, his nose makes a buzzing sound, his body is soft and twisted, and his whole body is smooth and unerected.

Angry expression:The expression on a husky’s face when he is angry is almost the same as when he is smiling. He lifts his nose and his upper lip opens to reveal the teeth inside. The difference is that his eyes are open, his eyes are sharp, and his ears are tilted back. The mouth is usually closed and makes a whirring threatening sound, the limbs stomp hard on the ground, the body is rigid, the coat stands up, and the tail stretches steeply or straight, keeping a certain distance from the person. If his front limbs drop and he sits back, you should be careful, this indicates he will attack you I don’t know what you did to make our gentle husky baby so angry.

Sad expression: eyes without light, head hanging down, close to the owner, begging eyes; sometimes hiding in a corner or under a stool, becoming very quiet.

Expression of fear: The tail drops or is caught between the legs, which is the most obvious expression. The ears are stretched back, the whole body is erect, the eyes are open, trembling, standing or moving on all fours, or even backing up.

Waiting for the look of expectation: If the husky wags his tail and stands calmly, looking directly at you, it means he is waiting for you to take him out to play or feed him.

Expressions that show you intimacy: If the dog’s tail is up and wagging constantly, ears are up, head is bobbing, body is arching, and sometimes reaching out to you with a front scratch, it means it is close to you and needs to play.

Owners who use their hearts are sure to connect well with their dogs and become close companions.


Two, amazing endurance and speed, three, docile and friendly




II. Amazing stamina and speed

People meeting a Husky for the first time may be surprised at how small he is, unlike the snow hero they thought he was. In fact, the Husky started out as a medium-sized dog, small and durable, but not suited to pulling much.

Only three of the breeds registered by the American Kennel Club AKC are used to pull sleds. Of these, the Husky Siberian Sled Dog is like a sports car that chugged through the snow, while the Eskimo is like an 18-wheel trailer and the versatile Samoyed is like a small, delicate station wagon. The Husky’s remarkable abilities are most evident when he is saddled up to haul a light load and begin his most primitive work tasks at moderate speeds over long distances. His body proportions and shape reflect the essential balance of strength/speed and endurance.

The Huskies’ amazing stamina and speed have helped many people lost in the snow return home, run through -50 degree snowstorms, deliver life-saving serums to those in need, and save many lives. They are well-deserved snow heroes.

III. Meek and friendly

Chukchi people take great care of huskies to develop their docile and friendly temperament. This is an animal that has no defense against humans and hardly ever attacks them actively. They like to be close to people and are always eager for company, even if they are friendly to strangers.

Unlike the rugged exterior, the inner world of the Husky craves the attention of its owner. If you’re a busy owner and can’t be around a lot, it’s easy for the gentle, easy-going Husky to get lonely. Huskies can also get along very well with their families. But at the same time, he is very exclusive and sometimes more affectionate to others than to you.

Worryingly, huskies are likely to wag their tails when they see a stranger. Both good and bad people blend in easily with humans. They are not afraid or suspicious of visitors and can be genuine with them. Huskies usually trust and love everyone around him, and of course, they will happily wag their tails at thieves instead of cracking their eyes open with their fierce teeth. If you want a fierce dog that can protect your home and safety, don’t count on the husky to get it done.

The Ha is a pack working dog and lives in groups with other dogs. They are unlikely to be jealous and may accept new companions in a short time. Huskies are very friendly and gentlemanly in their relationships with unfamiliar dogs. However, when they are attacked, they are immediately ready to defend themselves and fight back quickly!


IV. lively and active, V. free-spirited




IV. Lively and active

The Husky is energetic and curious. It needs a lot of activity to burn off energy each day. Curiously, males are more gentle and loving than females; male Huskies are well-tempered and easy to teach; and females tend to be overly active and nervous.

The Husky loves to play, he is always playing, running, jumping; can play with you tirelessly for hours, tormenting you trying to jump and he still holds the ball and licks your saliva. When you are happy, you will hit your feet with its huge body at a super speed and make you afraid. Even before you wake up and open your eyes, jumping on the bed to play with you will torture you. Most of the time, it’s not over when you’re tired and spitting your tongue out. But at the same time, it brings you more happiness than words can describe.

He is interested in everything in the house, making it seem like Baby Ha is a destructive little villain. Anything in the house, it will carefully N to study the hardness of the items you buy. This level of recognition to the point that the HaYou family buys a washbasin a day. . They will inexplicably do things that will break you, such as walking down the road, suddenly jumping around, start spinning in place, etc. . You should be fully prepared for this and consider it a normal freak-out.

Huskies are good at digging, burying things, etc.. To avoid these situations, it is best for the dog owner to take him out for exercise and physical exertion . Puppies go out for about 30 minutes a day with unlimited free time. Adult dogs go out for 30-60 minutes a day with unlimited free time. You can also buy some toys to relieve your dog’s boredom. In short, giving your Husky something to do can prevent many mental and physical shocks.

V. Free-wheeling

Huskies live in cold, polar environments for a long time and have their own opinions in order to survive. If you have a Husky, you have a super pretty, nervous, unaware, mischievous “wolf with a white eye”. People who have nervous breakdowns, lack of stamina, and love heel dogs should think twice before they fall into the land of doom.

The husky is so strong that one can haul 180 kg of weight and has an outgoing and active personality that once outside, the husky will run away from you like you’ve been abusing it for a long time. No matter how you shout, it will walk on its own. Anyway, ignoring you is ignoring you. The general callback probability is below 30%. It is recommended that all friends who have huskies, take their dogs out, always with a good leash, if you are not sure it will listen to the call, do not loose the leash. It’s definitely a bit suspicious of day dreaming to think that a little husky can obediently follow him and give up without running around, so it’s highly recommended that the little husky be microchipped so he can be found even if he gets lost.


Six, smart and clever, seven, don’t like to bark

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VI. Smart and clever

The Husky is inquisitive and energetic. He is a very intelligent dog. In the past, he was used to pull sleds in the blanket of snow to guide people in the snow.

A psychology professor at Columbia University combined 208 dog handlers, 63 small animal veterinarians and 14 experts to conduct in-depth interviews and observations of a variety of famous breedsVancouver Dog Obedience Club filled out a very complex and large questionnaire with a lot of valuable information, and huskies ranked in the world’s famous dogs in terms of working obedience and IQ ranked 45th in terms of working obedience and intelligence, belonging to the upper intermediate class of dogs. With the patient training of an experienced trainer, the Husky is capable of taking on heavy responsibilities. With patient training from an experienced trainer, Huskies can take on heavy responsibilities. Many Huskies are trained at Chinook Dog Base in Hampshire, New England, and are ready to participate in Antarctic expeditions; they have also participated in Arctic Army research activities and served as rescuers for the Air Force Transport Command Center during World War II, and are known for their exceptional search and rescue abilities.

In reality, huskies are not well trained due to the lack of dog training skills of their owners, which makes many people misunderstand their training ability. Some people can’t stand it when its owner isn’t home, or howls in the middle of the night, or even think it’s stupid and untrainable. In fact, experts believe that there are only bad owners, not bad dogs, and that he can be a smart and intimate perfect companion if you train him properly.

VII. Don’t like barking

Huskies rarely bark. In some special cases, they will only make a wolf howl-like sound. Although this sound is a little creepy to hear at night, it suits its wolf watch. Perhaps many would be proud of this. In most cases, huskies barely make a sound, and many dog owners even suspect they have a mute dog.

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