Our beautiful family pet Kiera, has had a litter of 6 wonderful puppies. She got ‘romantically involved’ with our friend’s male Husky Odin(who is probably the most handsome dog that I’ve ever seen). The resulting babies are truly adorable. Both Kiera and Odin are friendly, family orientated dogs who are great with children and affectionate with visitors. Obviously, if you are considering a Husky as a family member, you already know that they require plenty of exercise and a good sized garden to play in (please ensure that you do your research online). Also, this breed isn’t for you if the dog will be left on their own all day everyday. We are looking for committed owners who are willing to give these beautiful animals all the love and attention they need. Thanks for reading
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By definition, husky refers to well-built dogs with thick coats that allowed them to adapt well in Arctic regions. These dogs used to pull sleds either for transportation or racing. In general, huskies are considered as the sled-type of dogs.