These fluffy pups are known for things like sled dog racing and their thick coats. But they’re so much more than that. Take a look at this section to find out more about the Husky and find out if these are the right dog for your family. We’ll talk about everything you need to know to make the right decision before you bring them home.
Since Huskies have a double coat, at certain times of the year, your dog will shed that undercoat, and if you do not stay on top of his grooming regime, all of that hair will end up on your couch, clothes, and every other surface of your home. These shedding seasons usually happen in the spring and fall, when the weather is changing, so especially during these times, it is important to brush your Husky once a week.
Though it’s useful for cold climates, the thicker the coat, the more often you’re going to have to groom them. When you’re searching for a shampoo, it’s best to choose a natural formula because they typically include special ingredients to prevent hair shedding.