Siberian Husky Puppies in San Jose, California
Siberian Husky Puppies in San Jose, California. I have 3 Siberian Husky puppies to choose from a litter of 5 Siberian Husky puppies.
Three are brown/white coat (Males) and Two are white coat (Females). There are 3 full breed Siberian Husky puppies available (Brown and White). See Pictures.
6 Weeks Old Eating Solids already with Milk Health, Dewormed, and First ShotFirst vaccination: 6 to 8 weeks for Distemper, parvovirus
Siberian Husky Puppies are available to bring home on June 24, 2020
Please contact me (serious inquiries only) at (408) 856-XXXX.
We are looking for ideal owners and someone that will provide love and integrate these beautiful pure breed Siberian Husky pups into their family and home. Please see pictures of the parents and the pups. I’ve also added a picture of a full frown brown coat Siberian Husky. The Brown coats and White coat Huskies are rare and very beautify. Siberian Husky can live comfortably in North Bay Area weather.
Siberian Husky Pups (Full Breed) are available on June 24, 2020.Siberian Huskies are strong, hard-working dogs. As their name suggests, they come originally from Northeast Siberia, where they were bred to withstand extreme arctic conditions, and they came to the United States by way of Alaska in the early 1900s. Huskies are best known for their job as sled dogs, and their love to be outdoors in the cold weather.
They love children and make excellent family pets. While highly (very very) intelligent, these dogs also have a mind of their own and may require some patience while training. Huskies are medium sized, and typically weigh in at around 40-60 lbs as full grown adults.Siberian Husky puppies are counted in the top twenty most popular dog breeds adopted today.
Husky puppies are so popular because they are adorably friendly and relatively easy to groom.
* Energy: High* Size: Medium* Trainability: Willful and Very Intelligent, Loyal, Family Dog,
Siberian Huskies are born in litters of 4 – 8 and grow to weigh roughly 23 pounds at 3 months.
Husky puppies should be fed 3 meals a day until 3 months of age, after which your Husky puppy can switch to 2 meals a day.
Husky puppies grow up to be loyal family companions, but they are also notoriously stubborn and difficult to train. If you’re considering adding a husky puppy to your home, it’s important you know what to expect; training errors made early on in a Husky’s life can have a lifelong impact on its personality.
Loyal and Loving
Huskies will always be by your side. They are loyal and loving and are the perfect kind of dog for companionship.Strong and Hardworking Dogs are bred for different purposes, and Huskies were born and bred for hard work. They have super strong bodies to help with this.
Huskies always have a giant smile on their face when they’re happy. They love to lick and will always wag their tails when surrounded by family.
Huskies are pumped up with energy and always on-the-go, or want to be. It’s important to let them have the opportunity for exercise every day.
Huskies are the most playful of pups. They are always ready to have fun and enjoy themselves. They are happy dogs that enjoy playing.
Fun for the Whole FamilyHuskies are pack dogs that enjoy nothing better than being part of the family. They love kids and adults too! They are most beloved and intelligent breed and bring to your family and household shine and love.