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The Alaskan husky is not taken into consideration a pure breed. It is defined only by its purpose, which is that of a highly efficient sled dog.The husky is a mix of diverse Northern breeds, selected particularly for skills such as pulling. Specializations in type exist within the category, such as freighting dogs (Mackenzie River husky, Malamute), sprint Alaskans (Eurohound), and distance Alaskans. The color and markings on this breed’s coat will totally vary. Their eyes can be blue in color, but are usually brown.
Breed InformationName Alaskan HuskyHeight20-24 inches (51-61 cm)Breed GroupGuardian Dog (UKC)WeightMale: 48-55 pounds Female: 36-45 poundsLifespan 10-15 yearsDogs For Kids And FamiliesSizeMediumOrigin Alaska (United States)TemperamentAgileProtectiveSensitiveAlertEnergeticPowerfulColorsBlackOrangeWhiteBlondeGray