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Siberian Husky

The Siberian Husky (Russian: Сибирский хаски) is a Large size working dog breed that originated in Northeast Asia. The breed belongs to the Spitz genetic family. It is recognizable by its thickly furred double coat, erect triangular ears, and distinctive markings.

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Huskies shed their undercoat twice a year, generally in spring and fall.

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Snow Face :)

Huskies can stay outside for hours on end in the snow, if you'd let them.

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Stubborn creatures. If you've ever owned a husky, you understand this.

Contributed by Olivia Pilon

The thick coat of a Siberian Husky allows it to withstand temperatures from -58 to -76 °F.

Contributed by Sara Cornett

Black and White Puppy

Such distinct markings

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Black and White husky, bandana and all.

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Just cruising, no big deal!

Contributed by Thomas James Pierce

A Siberian husky infant!

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In their native climate and look at those ice colored eyes!

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The sled dogs in the movie "Snow Dogs" are actually Siberian Husky!! Except that one dog... I forgot what breed it was...

Contributed by Mai Cee Moua

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