The red Siberian Husky is one of the many manifestations of the coloring this breed can assume.

Even though we tend to associate these animals to more common colors such as white and grey (in all its shades) or black, actually their coat can have very different colors, even their renowned frozen eyes are not an absolution, but they can vary from dog to dog.

Red Siberian Husky

This variety is widely recognized and also the red Siberian Husky is within the standard of the breed, but in the definition of “red” we consider many shades of the fur that range from light red to copper and brown. The fur of a Siberian Husky is built with a double surface: the one thicker and shorter as wool is a real coat, the other one is longer and impenetrable. The result is a coat that represent one of the main aspects of the beauty of the breed, warm to protect the dog and soft for human cuddles.

Maintenance of the fur of a red Siberian Husky

We should also consider that this fur is beautiful and difficult to manage as the one of its brothers also the red Siberian Husky is subjected to the moulting of the fur twice a year when season changes (from spring to summer and form autumn to winter). In this period if you do not want to have red Siberian Husky fur everywhere at home you should brush it everyday in order to remove dead fur, you can also choose to give it a bath.

Generally, the charming furry coat of these dogs require a constant attention and maintenance: you should provide quality food in order to preserve its health and it may need a brush many times a week. Siberian Husky fur is medium length and it does not need to be cut, even during the hot season: their fur is very effective in thermo management, since it lets them resist to low temperatures (even 60 degrees below zero) and also to provide cooling during hot periods.