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Unfortunately, they don't stay puppies long but they do grow up to be gorgeous dogs. Huskies are known to be masterful escape artists, although I've never witnessed such an escape attempt, crate training early with a proper exercise routine can help ease Huskies into your lifestyle as long as you stay active.
The approximate adult size (two years old or older) of the male Siberian Husky is 21 to 23.5 inches to the withers (highest point of the shoulder) and 45 to 60 pounds. The female ranges from 20 to 22 inches to the withers and 35 to 50 pounds. (Mitch Endick, PetPages.com)
Huskies aren't a particularly large breed but have a heavier coat and if not exercised properly, can put on some weight. There needs to be quite a large amount of exercise for them to be healthy. Leaving such an energetic breed in a crate for more than 8 hours a day can be harmful as huskies will grow more and more anxious. Schedule a good exercise routine that involves at least a full hour before and after crating to ensure that your Husky will get all that pent up energy out.
Check out our tips on crate training or consult with a professional trainer. Crate training is a task that requires a lot of time and patience and our store can provide you with the materials.
- iCrate (36" L x 23" W x 25" H)
- Lifestages 2 Door (36" L x 23" W x 25" H)
- Precision Pet 2 Door (36" L x 23" W x 25" H)
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