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Husky, Siberian Husky

Husky, Siberian Husky (Picture 1)


The Siberian Husky is a primitive and ancient dog breed, mainly living in northeastern Siberia and southern Greenland. The name of the Husky is derived from its unique hoarse call. Huskies have a changeable personality, some are extremely timid, and some are extremely violent. Huskies who have entered human society and families have no such extreme personality. They are relatively docile and are a popular pet dog all over the world. Husky, Golden Retriever and Labrador are listed as the three major non-aggressive dogs. They are widely bred by people all over the world, and there are a large number of competitions of this breed in the world. There are many types of dogs called huskies, and the term huskies in the usual sense is used to refer to all sled dogs in the north. Huskies were originally raised by the indigenous people of the Arctic.

The Siberian Husky is a dog breed bred by the Inutchokzhi tribe of East Siberian nomads. Huskies were originally used to pull sledges, participate in large-scale hunting activities, protect villages, and guide reindeer and guards. Moreover, work in the harsh environment of Siberia. The Siberian Husky has been growing alone in Siberia for centuries. In the early 20th century, it was brought to the United States by fur traders. In a blink of an eye, this dog became the champion dog of the world-famous sledding competition. Nowadays, this dog is loved by people as an excellent companion dog. In the historical records of the Siberian Husky, the ancestor of the Siberian Husky dates back to before the Neolithic Age. At that time, a group of hunters from Central Asia migrated to the end of the polar region (Siberia). After a long period of time, this group of dogs that followed the hunters, after mating and breeding with the Arctic wolves for a long time, developed into the northern end. Dog breeds.

Among the people who crossed the Arctic Circle and finally chose to settle in Greenland, there was a tribe, the Chukchi who later developed the Siberian Husky. The Chukchi people use this wolf-like husky as the most primitive means of transportation to pull sleds, and use huskies to hunt and raise reindeer, or after breeding, bring them out of the frozen ground where they live in exchange for food and clothing. Huskies have become an important property of the Chukchi because they are small and strong in size, have a small appetite, are odorless and are resistant to cold and are very adaptable to the polar climate. And this group of dogs, known as the Siberian Chukchi in the early days, is the ancestor of the later Husky. It is said that the name huskies is an Eskimo slang-the misunderstanding of the hoarse call, because the dog barking at that time was relatively low and hoarse, which gave it this wonderful title.

The characteristic temperament of the Siberian Husky is friendly and docile, but it is also alert and enthusiastic. It does not have the main qualities of a guard dog, and it does not overly suspect strangers or attack other dogs. Adult dogs will appear somewhat reserved and noble. Smart, docile, and enthusiastic personality makes it a pleasing companion dog and a hardworking working dog. In the huskies accompanying training, we must pay attention to using food, objects, etc. to induce the huskies to move side by side with the dog owner. As long as the huskies remain in the correct position, rewards are given. Such repeated training can also make the Husky form a conditioned reflex to passwords and gestures. When the training first started, the movements of the human and the husky were not coordinated with each other. When training huskies, be careful not to step on the huskies, so as not to have a sense of fear in the huskies.

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