The Number One Rule of owning a Siberian Husky

Some husky owners think they have their dogs well trained to come back to them when off-lead.

It is a sad but true fact that, huskies tend to draw you into a false sense of security until one day instinct will kick in and your beloved friend will be off.

Too many huskies end up in road traffic accidents because of this.

The Siberian Husky is not a obedient dog and so tends to do whatever they please.

They are also great escape artists and will try and means necessary to get out and run whether this be climbing a fence, digging under a fence or opening a door.

At the end of the day the husky was bred to run. It in their nature and this is why we must keep our dogs on a lead.

Some huskies may come back to you a handful of times but trust me that day will come when they will no longer come back.

It is just not worth the risk.

Investing in a extra long pull out lead or even better working your dog in harness is an enjoyable way for both you and your dog to get the exercise he/she needs and safely.


Richard Bailey

Richard Bailey, along with his wife, Faye started the Northernwolf website way back in 2003 with a view to helping other husky owners who had questions about this amazing breed of dog. The website now caters for all other sled dog breeds.

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