Things Husky exactly proud of:
In 1925, an Outbreak Epidemic of Diphtheria appeared in a remote town in Alaska.
However, because the recent cities with serum are far away from thousands of miles away, in order to be able to quickly transport serum for the treatment of diphtheria, it is decided to use a dog to form a sled team instead of regular delivery.
At the time, it took up to 25 days for such a long distance at normal speed, but because the disease spread too quickly, the sled team decided to transport the serum in a relay. What surprised people was that the sled team only took five and a half days to complete this difficult task, saved countless lives and made great contributions!
To commemorate this group of amazing dogs, the leading dog Berto was even erected a monument in Central Park, New York.
Husky is a strong and quiet breed.
But once they bark
Oh, my god~~~
Mention the history of the Huskies
The Siberian Husky is the ancestor of the Huskies in the legend, dating back to the Neolithic Age.
At that time, a group of Central Asian hunters moved to the end of the polar (ie Siberia) to live. After a long time, the group of dogs following the hunter developed into a unique northern breed under the long-term breeding with the Arctic wolves, which varieties from Husky, Samoyed, Alaskan Malamute, etc.
The Siberian Husky is an original ancient breed of dog. The origin of the name is derived from the unique hoarse voice of the Husky.
The primitive tribes of the Chukchi in northeastern Siberia use this siberian husky resembling a wolf as the most primitive means of transporting sleds, hunting and raising reindeer with huskies, or breeding them to bring out the frozen soil they live in. The land brings in exchange for food and clothing. Because the Husky is small and strong, with a small appetite, no body odor and cold tolerance, it is very suitable for the polar climate and becomes an important property of the Chukchi people.
The Husky (Siberian Husky) is a breed of dog breeds of the East African Siberian nomadic Inuit Choc, who has always worked as a sled, guiding reindeer and guards.
Moreover, the Huskies can work in the harsh environment of Siberia. It has been growing alone in Siberia for centuries.
• At the beginning of the 18th century, Americans in Alaska began to know about Husky sled dogs.
• In 1909, the Siberian Husky sled dog appeared for the first time in a dog race in Alaska.
• In 1930, the Siberian Husky Sled Dog Club was recognized by the American Kennel Club.
They love freedom
Husky is a dog breed that loves freedom. Without the control of the rope, they will run away from anywhere without ignoring the master’s orders.
The reason is simple, not that they are silly or stupid, but they don’t want to hear from you.
Husky is never a slave! ! ! Freedom! ! !
This is also a feature of the breed. Because in the distant Siberian plains, hundreds of kilometers are uninhabited. If the sled breaks, then the sleigh rider needs the dogs to abandon the owner and rush to the end to inform the local people, instead of waiting in the situ to die. In addition to demolishing the house and sledding, the Huskies also have a magical function, that is, they have a power-saving mode! ! !
They are able to change their metabolism (there should be applause here), they can exercise for hours to consume energy but can retain the storage of fat while preventing fatigue, how they did it, and even scientists can’t explain it until now.
Huskies Daily Fitness Tips
They like running, and daily sports are also crucial for the Huskies.
The best exercise for a sled dog is to let them run with proper weight. The best way to keep them in shape is to let them run per day while pulling a bicycle, in addition to jogging 5 km.
Don’t worry that the distance is too far, 6 to 7 kilometers is just a warm-up for them, because they need to run 70-80 kilometers a day under working conditions.
Finally, talk about the common diseases of Husky.
Hip dysplasia; cataract
Diarrhea; acute gastric dilatation; peptic ulcer
Contact dermatitis; acute wet dermatitis; acute intestinal catarrh
Fungal skin disease; bronchial pneumonia; canine infectious hepatitis
Peptic ulcer; Nocardia disease; progressive retinal atrophy
Eosinophilic enteritis; canine brucellosis