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Miniature Siberian Husky Breed Information

Miniature Siberian husky was originally developed in Siberia in the year 1990.they are more cute and also smaller than the original version of Siberian Husky. This breed is not recognized as a separate breed by the American Kennel club, but another type of the Siberian Husky variety. This breed is very smart, and also active. They are highly energetic breed. They are very loyal as well as devoted towards the family and also their master. They can be aggressive towards strangers and also other pets. Even though they are small in size, this breed is very fearless and also acts a great watch dog. They are loud barkers, and often tends to challenge bigger dogs. Their temperament is also same as that of the bigger version; Siberian husky. They are very loving and also affectionate towards their master and family. They are gentle, calm and also playful among children. They should be properly socialized and trained to avoid behavioural disorders. They are a smaller version of Siberian Husky. They weigh about 37 pounds. They are available in black, red, liver and also grey colour. The average height of a healthy miniature Siberian husky, varies from 14 inches to 17 inches. They are suitable for apartments, as long as they are provided with proper exercise. They are very active and also energetic, hence the owner should be careful not to leave them in a confined area or space, or else they can get very destructive. They only require minimum grooming. They should be combed and brushed daily. Their coat should be wiped off by a wet cloth in order to remove dirt and dust from their coats, and to avoid skin infections. Their ears should be regularly checked for infections. They are not suitable for extreme hot climate. They should be taken out for long walks and jogs. Be careful not to unleash this breed unless the area is secured. They have a tendency to run away and get lost. They are generally a healthy breed. The average life expectancy of this breed is 14 years to 16 years.



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