Monday, July 19, 2010

Siberian Husky Facts

My passion is to become a dog breeder, but before I start posting about that, I'll wait until I get some followers by enticing you with Siberian Husky Facts. ahahaha.

  • Siberian huskies (in fact, all dogs) are banned in Antarctica.

  • Siberian huskies should not be bred until at least two years of age.
  • A bronze statue of a Siberian husky; Balto stands near the entrance of New York's Central Park. Balto is the true-story character of a Siberian husky dog that managed to deliver medicine to many sick people, despite being caught in the middle of a blizzard and facing many obstacles.

    • Siberian Huskies were not recognized by the AKC until 1930.

    • Siberian Huskies are the only breed of dog that displays 11 out of 12 wolf behaviour traits.

    The first official Siberian Husky Club was created in 1938.

    • In a sled team, there should be six dogs.

    • Siberian Huskies are the only dogs that don't bark, and howl instead.
    • Wolves aren't pack animals. They live in families, not packs.

      • A male over 23 1/2 inches tall is considered disqualified by AKC standards.

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