We raise beautiful AKC registered Siberian Husky Puppies here at Bama Huskies kennel. Is a Husky puppy a good fit for you? That all depends on your living situation. Huskies need plenty of daily exercise because they are high energy dogs! They have a strong desired to run and play. If you can't give them the attention they need daily, then a Husky is not the right dog for you. Taking care of our Huskies is a full time job. They don't stay in a pen all day. Our Huskies socialize with our other dogs and spend the hot summer days swimming in the pool.
Siberian Huskies are some of the most loving dogs of any breed you can own. You won't find a better companion than a Siberian Husky. They are loyal dogs with a great temperament towards other dogs and people. Huskies love kids and they are always ready to play. They never meet a stranger. Which is why they don't make good guard dogs. They aren't going to ward off intruders and may help them tote the loot out the door.
All our puppies come with a health guarantee. AKC registered with first shots, de-wormed and we can even microchip them for a small fee which we highly recommend. We have over 12 years experience breeding and raising puppies. Puppies are first come first serve and we don't breed for eye color. Huskies eye color usually changes as they get older to some degree. Don't pick out a puppy based on eye color.
Gorgeous husky puppy with blue eyes.
About Siberian Huskies
The Siberian Husky is a medium sized dog with a strong build. It's head is triangular shaped with erect ears. Most common colors are black and white, white and brown, and white and red. One of the most unique features about the husky is their eyes. They come in all different colors. They can have sky blue eyes,brown eyes, or even one of each. We have even had a husky puppy that had one brown eye and one eye that was half brown and half blue.
Huskies are the choice of working dog for sledding. They have strong bodies and double coats that make them very comfortable in just about any type of harsh weather. They are able to go for long periods of time without food which is ideal for sled dogs out working for their owners. Siberian Huskies are high energy dogs that require a lot of exercise and they are not always good with smaller animals but are great with small children and strangers.
Huskies can sometimes be hard to train for inexperienced dog owners. We don't recommend a husky to first time dog owners, or people who do not have time to exercise and socialize with the dog. Huskies are pack dogs and will be very lonely if you or other dogs are not around to socialize with them and they will also become bored and destructive when left alone for long periods of time.
It is thought that the Siberian Huskies development originated from the "Chukchi" tribe from the Chukchi peninsula, a region in the Arctic ocean within the Russian Federation. They were used in the winter to carry game and turned loose in the summer to fend for themselves which is most likely why they have such a high drive to stalk and catch prey. In the early 1900's Americans heard about these dogs and brought them to Alaska to pull sleds. They were amazed at these dogs ability to pull sleds over 400 mile trips. The popularity quickly spread into Canada and in 1930 the American Kennel Club officially recognized the breed. Several Siberian Huskies have served in the Armies Arctic region search and rescue during World War 2.
Huskies are highly intelligent and very trainable as long as you're not trying to dominate them. They are fun and loving pack dogs and will except the whole family as part of their pack. Because of their double coat you will have to brush them often to prevent their hair from matting up and to keep your house from being full of hair if you decide to keep your husky in the house.
Beautiful red and white husky getting a health check up.