A Husky is a type of dog that is best fed a meat-based diet, just as one might feed any other type of dog. If necessary, the diet should be tailored to fit each individual Husky's age or health issues, which can be done with the help of a veterinarian.
Huskies were bred to be working dogs that travel long distances, carrying loads of various sizes. This breeding and training created a big dog that may not eat as much as other large breeds because his brain is wired to eat sparingly and run often. Just like other healthy dogs, the Husky can eat dry or wet dog food, but the best nutrition for this working dog will come through foods that contain plenty of protein.Learn More
Wild Siberian huskies have a diet of mostly fish and small Arctic animals. Because of the limited resources in these harsh climates, they adapted to eating much less than many other dog breeds.Full Answer >
Huskies howl for a variety of reasons, including separation anxiety, fear or a desire for attention. Huskies and other dogs may also howl when they are in pain.Full Answer >
Traits of a Husky and Akita mix - also known as a Huskita - include its large size and well-defined body. The Huskita's face is outlined by a short snout and a sturdy jaw. Huskitas are covered by a coat that is fluffy and medium length; their coats shed a lot, requiring above-average grooming.Full Answer >
The age and type of dog helps determine the amount of sleep it needs, notes Dog'sHealth.com. Diseases and medical conditions are also sometimes a factor in a dog's sleep.Full Answer >