Siberian Husky puppies personality and behavior

Siberian Husky puppies are the most sweet and funny dog you can ever imagine: in Italy there are many professional and amateur breeders that make them grow and then sell these furred four-legged little creatures.

Siberian Husky puppies behavior

Before buying impulsively one of these dogs it is better to understand which are the typical features of this breed in order to better relate with them. The Northern beauty of Siberian Husky puppies attracts, but we should always keep in mind how it is their personality, their needs, their preferences. These dogs descend from generations of dogs selected to live in herd, pulling sleds and resist to very low temperatures. This means their puppies tend to be very active, playful and in constant need to eject their sociable soul. Even though they may adapt to apartment life, for Siberian Husky puppies is recommended an open space such as a garden or a courtyard, but be careful: their ancestral heritage of being hunters all life make them little territorial and keen to exploration, so watch them constantly, otherwise these little dogs may easily go far.

Siberian Husky puppies

How to train Siberian Husky puppies

Siberian Husky puppies share more than a gene with wolves and even though they are aggressive and possessive, their wild instinct, their liveliness and independence can turn out in disobedience if you are not strong enough to manage them. When you buy Siberian Husky puppies it is better going to see with your eyes how they have been raised during their first two or three months of life, if they have been properly educated to sociability and also to learn some secret from the breeder in order to properly manage these little brats. It is important that the dog is at ease and manage to feel part of the family, or better of the herd, from its perspective, but it is crucial to be a leader of the pack for it, in order to gain its obedience and respect.