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Siberian Husky puppies in South Africa

 

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The Siberian Husky is thought to originate in Siberia where they were bred by Eskimos to pull a sled (or sledge) over the snow. They were kept by the Chukchi Eskimos whose occupation was herding reindeer. The dogs had to have great stamina to pull loaded sleds over long distances. The thick, double coat kept the dogs warm in the snowy wastes.


 

Siberian Husky Puppies for sale

A dog breeder with a Siberian husky on her lap

Siberian Husky Puppies. Three gorgeous females available - R5500 each. Ready to go. Two are white, one has bi-eyes, one has brown eyes, and one grey and white female with brown eyes. Older puppies also available as follows: Black and white male with blue eyes 5 months old - R4000, black and white female with brown eyes 5 months old R4000. Grey and white female with brown eyes 6 months old R4500. All puppies are KUSA registered. Micro-chip implanted by my vet at 6 weeks, vaccinated at 6 weeks and dewormed 3 times. Vet checked with vet card. Flight and crate is an additional fee. Puppies can be flown to any major airport in South Africa. Contact Genevere Visser on 0825646865 or e-mail geneverev@gmail.com for more information. Welkom, Free State, South Africa.  Posted 05.10.19


 More Siberian husky breeders in South Africa

Rachel Partridge, 011 8151915, 0825124231, e-mail: partridge.r@pg.com, Webpage: ColdChain

Joanna Gusarevich, Tel: 0437212454, cell: 0739666456, e-mail: belukhasibes@yahoo.com,  webpage: Belukha.


About Huskies

champion siberian husky with cups

Owner R. Herselman.

The word "husky" covers all the sledding breeds. Alaskan Malamutes, Samoyeds, Eskimo dogs, and gimmiq's are also huskies.

Fur traders took Siberian Huskies to Alaska where the breed was developed for the sport of dog sled racing in the early 1900's. 

Development of breeds of dogs

These lively, outdoor dogs need a big yard and lots & lots of exercise.

Not an aggressive breed, they get on well with people, and would enjoy being "worked" in a training class. They are friendly, outgoing and mischievous. 

Siberian Huskies are still used today as sled dogs and for the sport of sled-racing. Six dogs are often harnessed together. 

The Siberian Husky is a medium-sized, strongly built dog. He looks a little like a fox, with erect ears, sharp, alert face, and bushy tail.

Colour: any colour and markings. Huskies, and some other breeds, often have eyes that are different colours. The eyes can be brown, blue, or mixed colours.

Height at shoulder: males 53 - 60 cm, females 51 - 56 cm.

Class: working breed

Grey & white fluffy Siberian husky puppy

Grey & white puppy

 

very young Siberian husky puppy peers blinkingly at the world

Red and white

 

White Siberian running

White

 

Sweet husky puppy

Whisper grey with blaze mask

 

Black markings emphasise the eyes of this puppy

Diluted black

 

Siberian husky puppy. Agouti colour

Agouti

Photos supplied by G. Visser

 

 

Husky Joke: "Unless you're the lead dog, the view never changes."

Siberian Huskies have a dog's life, harnessed together like slaves, pulling heavy loads across the bleak, freezing snow - yet they love it! They can't wait to work! 

Let's be huskies! Let's do our work with enthusiasm! The Bible says, "Workers, obey your bosses just as you would obey Christ. Serve wholeheartedly as if you were serving God, not men."

Ephesians chapter 6 verses 5 to 8

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