How to care for a Siberian Husky

If you are looking for a strong, friendly, noble dog with an imposing and elegant appearance, the Siberian Husky is undoubtedly the ideal breed for you. It is one of the dogs that has more similarities with the wolf today, and even today they are used to drag sleds and to accompany travelers and hunters in the coldest areas of the world. With an exceptional character, this animal requires several care to stay healthy and happy, so in .com we explain how to care for a Siberian Husky properly.

Steps to follow:


As happens when we adopt or acquire any dog ​​or cat, it is important that we bring our Siberian Husky as soon as possible to the veterinarian for a general review and to apply the first vaccines that the animal needs. There are basic vaccines that we should not overlook if we want to protect our puppy from some serious diseases that could put his health and life at risk, such as distemper or parvovirus.


An important aspect of caring for a Siberian Husky is feeding. In the case of domestic pets it is best to buy fortified quality feed and chosen according to the stage of their life: if it is a puppy, adult or a larger dog. You should also take into account the choice of a special feed in the event that your pet has a particular medical condition.


If your Siberian Husky is a puppy, then you should eat four times a day if you are less than four months old. From this age and up to eight months, the animal should make three meals a day, up to 18 months twice a day and from that moment onwards, only once a day will be enough to keep it nourished and healthy.


Take into account that the more you eat the more you will do your needs, so during the first year and a half of your pet's life you should take him out for a walk at least twice a day so he can perform his urination and bowel movements. This frequency should be ideal for a large dog like the Siberian Husky .


To take care of a Siberian Husky you must give it a good dose of daily exercise. It is a large and strong dog that is genetically prepared to travel long distances, so activity is essential for this breed. Your dog will need at least 20 minutes of exercise (running, playing, not just walking) a day and it is important that you spend time on this task to keep it healthy and happy.


You should also brush your dog at least once a week to avoid annoying knots, favor the cleaning of the coat and monitor the presence of fleas and ticks.

To all these cares you will have to add a lot of affection and attention to your pet, because the Siberian Husky is a dog that requires love to grow happy. Remember to give all the attention you need to be healthy and happy day after day.