• Alaskan Husky

    Because they're bred for performance and not appearance, Alaskan Huskies can look quite different from one another. But they're typically medium-sized dogs with prick ears.

  • Group: Asian and Oceanian
    Lifespan: 10–15 yr
    Height: 20–24 in
    Weight: 40–75 lb

  • Care

    Brushing an Alaskan Husky's coat once or twice a week will help keep it clean and healthy. During periods of seasonal shedding, more frequent brushing with a pin brush will help remove the old coat. Regular nail trims should also be part of their grooming routine. Nails that get overly long can cause pain and potentially lead to problems running or walking. Good dental hygiene is also essential to your dog's long-term health. Dental disease is one of the most common health conditions in adult dogs. Left untreated, it can lead to serious issues. In addition to professional cleanings, establish an at-home dental care program that includes regular teeth brushing and veterinarian-recommended dental chews.

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    Brushing an Alaskan Husky's coat once or twice a week will help keep it clean and healthy. During periods of seasonal shedding, more frequent brushing with a pin brush will help remove the old coat. Regular nail trims should also be part of their grooming routine. Nails that get overly long can cause pain and potentially lead to problems running or walking.

  • Disorders

    Always visit a professional veterinarian if you believe your dog may have health issues.