Siberian Husky (Russian: Сибирский хаски), commonly known as Husky, nicknamed erha. Siberian Husky is a primitive old dog species, mainly living in northeast Siberia and southern Greenland. Husky's name comes from its unique hoarse voice. Husky's personality is changeable. Some are extremely timid and some are extremely violent. Husky, who has entered human society and family, has no such extreme character.
He is a kind of pet dog popular all over the world. Husky, golden retriever and Labrador are listed as three major non aggressive dogs, which are widely raised by people all over the world, and there are a large number of competitions of this breed around the world.
Morphological characteristics of Siberian Husky
Siberian Husky is a medium-sized working dog. Light footed, graceful, compact body, with thick coat, erect ears and a brush tail, showing the genetic characteristics of northern China.
Siberian Husky is a breed that is very close to the wolf, so it looks like a wolf and has thicker hair than most dogs.
It is worth mentioning that "blue eyes, three fires", which means that the eyes are blue; three fires refer to the three white marks on the forehead, which look like three burning flames. "Blue eye, three fires" was once fried by bad merchants as the standard of husky. In fact, it has nothing to do with the CKU standard of husky dog breeds.
The historical development of Siberian Husky
Siberian Husky is a breed of dog raised by inutejokhi, an East Siberian nomad. Husky was originally used to pull sleds, participate in large-scale hunting activities, protect villages, and guide reindeer and guards. And working in the harsh environment of Siberia. Siberian Husky has been growing alone in Siberia for centuries. In the early 20th century, it was brought to the United States by fur merchants. In a twinkling of an eye, the dog became the world-famous champion of the sled race. Nowadays, the dog is popular as a good companion dog. In the historical records of Siberian Husky, the ancestors of Siberian Husky can be traced back to before the Neolithic age. At that time, a group of hunters from Central Asia moved to the end of the polar region (that is, Siberia). After a long time, the dogs following the hunters developed into a unique breed of dogs in the north after long-term mating and breeding with Arctic wolves.
Among those who crossed the Arctic Circle and chose to settle down in Greenland, there was a tribe, the Chukchi, who later developed Siberian Husky. The Chukotskiy Avtonomnyy Okrug people use this wolf like husky dog as the most primitive means of transportation to pull sleds, and use huskies to hunt and raise reindeer, or bring them out of the frozen land where they live for food and clothing after breeding. Because Husky is small and strong, small appetite, odorless and cold resistant, it is very suitable for the polar climate environment, and has become an important property of ChuKeQi people. This group of dogs, known as Siberian Chukchi dogs in the early days, was the ancestor of husky. It is said that the name Husky is a false legend of the Eskimo slang - hoarse barking, because the dog's bark was relatively low and hoarse at that time, it had this wonderful title.