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Husky: the Siberian sled dog
Huskies are known under the name Siberian Husky. They were discovered more than two thousand years ago in northern Siberia. The breed was taken to Alaska for the first time in 1909 making up a team for the All-Alaskan Sweepstakes 408 mile long dogsled race. In 1910, sixty other Siberian Huskies were brought in to make up three teams which went on to win the All-Alaskan Sweepstakes that year.
The Husky is a working dog like no other. With their reserve of energy and willingness to work, this dog is the only dog suitable for pulling a light load quickly over long distances. Since the start of the 19th century, they have been used by mushers as sled dogs. Huskies are very intelligent and they aren''t aggressive even though they can sometimes be a little stubborn. They adapt easily and work well in teams. Their intelligence makes them clever and manipulating animals. As they are independent and stubborn, they often test their master. Huskies are ideal companions. They always seek to please and so are social and pleasant for children as well as adults and especially towards their family. Huskies are the dog of choice for sled racing. They can''t be used as guard dogs. They are very welcoming and because of this they aren''t suspicious of strangers who they would welcome as they would their family.