Siberian Husky

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FOOD Choices

FOOD Choices

Siberian Huskies require a balanced diet rich in high-quality proteins to support their high energy levels and muscular physique

It's also important to include healthy fats in their diet for sustained
energy, especially given their origins as endurance sled dogs.

Siberian Husky

Activity Requirements

Siberian Huskies are highly active and thrive on rigorous exercise, such as running, hiking, and engaging in canine sports like agility or sledding

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Dense Double Coat

Siberian Huskies have a dense double coat that requires regular brushing to remove loose hair and prevent matting, especially during shedding seasons.

Ear care

Their ears should be checked regularly and cleaned as needed to prevent wax buildup and infections.

Eye care

Careful attention to their eyes is crucial due to their susceptibility to conditions like cataracts or corneal dystrophy, requiring regular inspection and cleaning.

Paw

Paw care, including trimming nails and checking for foreign objects, is essential for their comfort and mobility.

Health Care

Hip & Joint

Siberian Huskies are prone to hip dysplasia, a genetic condition that affects the hip joint and can lead to arthritis or lameness

Vision

They can develop eye problems such as cataracts or progressive retinal atrophy, which can impair vision over time