Nikita Puppy #3 Nani is an adoptable Siberian Husky Dog in Harvard, IL. Free Spirit Siberian Rescue I am Female that is 2m old Breed Husky Mix I weight about 15 lbs. I have Blue eyes with a Gray/Whi...
DIY Husky Pull Sled $25 Petco back attach harness, $13 plastic sled from Fleet Farn, and $2 large clasp from Fleet Farm. Start pulling safe weights depending on their age (15-20 to start for my 7 mo old). Easiest was to use a dog food bag already purchased! She loved having work to do #SiberianHusky #DogJob
No one can call the Siberian Husky lazy. Boasting a working class background, the Siberian belongs to a class of dogs called a Spitz. With its strong, muscular yet compact body, this breed does more than pull its weight when it comes to dog sleds. Perhaps the most distinguishing feature of the Siberian Husky is [...]
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Many dogs have an innate drive to pull. Dogs such as huskies and malamutes were bred for the task. If you have a working breed of dog, it can be very rewarding to tap into that innate desire and participate in a pulling activity, such as sledding, skijoring or weight pulling. The training for all of these activities are basically the same, and the biggest challenge will be overcoming how well you trained your dog not to pull when on a leash.