Alaskan Husky

The Strong-Willed Working Dog

Not Just Any Breed

The Alaskan Husky isn't a specific breed but a category of sled dogs.

Origin and Cross-breeding

Developed from multiple northern breeds, they're related to the Siberian Husky and Alaskan Malamute.

Built for Harsh Conditions

They can endure extreme weather conditions like no other.


From Penn-Marydel to Calhoun, each strain has been bred for specific functions.


Developed by sled racers in Canada and Alaska, they've been cross-bred for stamina and strength.

Alaskan Husky Facts

Capable of running at 45 km/h, they're among the fastest canines.

Temperament and Personality

Friendly, affectionate, and loyal, they form strong bonds with their families.

Health and Care

Prone to certain health issues, they require regular check-ups and a balanced diet.

Training the Alaskan Husky

Smart and quick learners, they require consistent training from a young age.


Perfect for active families, they're loyal companions with a strong work ethic.

Adopt or Buy?

Prices range from $750-$3000, but consider adopting and giving a Husky a forever home.

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