What to do expect as a Alaskan dog breed owner:
One key component to being an owners of these beauitful dogs is that they need constant and firm attention during their training. You cannot leave these dogs of all breeds in solidary or locked in a backyard due to their nature of being social, extremely active dogs.
Most of these breeds are easy to groom since they typically very clean animals. They have a thick coat that tends to shed throughout the seasons, so be sure to keep up with combing their coats, washing and taking care of their grooming needs as much as possible. They have shedding seasons once or twice a year, but it is recommend to brush their coats daily to remove dirt and excess fur and prevent tangles and matted hair.
Their teeth should be brushed often to avoid any diseases and using toothpaste designed for dogs will do the trick. As for any dog breed, regular check ups with the vet to test for health and diseases is a must to ensure a long, healthy life.
Excerise and Diet
Alaskan Huskies are lovable, energitic dogs that needs constant excersie! They need play sessions with their owner as well as daily excerise such as running and hiking up steep terrain. They will run loose if not well trained, so be sure to keep them on a leash until they are comfortable without one.