How Big Do Siberian Huskies Get?

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Siberian Huskies can grow to between around 21 to 23 inches tall. They will weigh between 45 and 60 pounds. They can live for around 12 to 15 years.
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A Siberian Husky can get as big as 35 to 60 pounds and 20 to 23 inches tall. So it is a medium sized dog. They were bred in Northeast Asia for sled dogs.
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The aren't actually miniature SIBERIAN huskies, well, they are a little bit. Their real names are Alaskan Klee Kai and they are a cross breed of a Siberian and an Alaskan husky and
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The biggest Siberian Husky is 49 inch tall weighing 182 pounds. and
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1. Groom your Husky daily using a metal comb and shedding blade. Gently run the comb through the dog's hair but avoid pulling the hair if you find a knot. Instead, hold the knot with
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