Me and my partner are looking to find a female Siberian husky puppy to complete our family. I have experience with the breed as I have previously owned a Siberian husky for many years, This advert is aimed towards anyone currently with puppy’s or any expecting breeders. We live in Cumbria but would be more than willing to travel so distance is not an issue. We would really appretiate to hear back from somebody to complete our family,
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Heroic dog stories never fail to stir our emotions, and this time the limelight of the story goes to none other than the Siberian husky. This article recounts tales in history where huskies saved thousands of people from a deadly outbreak to today’s times where they remain not only our best friends but our saviours as well.
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.