The Siberian Husky – Breed Info and History

The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog.  Part of the Spitz family, they are quick and light on their feet.

This is the speed demon of the sled dog world. This working animal of the Chukchi people of northeast Siberia caused a sensation when it was introduced to Alaska for the All Alaska Sweepstakes in 1909. They revolutionized racing, as nothing finished even close to them. Today the racing sled dogs of Alaska owe much to their Siberian Husky blood. Recognized by the American Kennel Club in 1903. Very popular as a companion animal.

To watch video about the history of this breed, and to get breed-related information, click here.

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