Huskies are lovable canines for many reasons, including their big personalities, fluffy bodies, and occasionally amusing patterns around the eyes.
These dogs originated in northeastern Asia, but have since spread all over the globe.
Most people's mental image of a Husky is that of a medium-sized canine with a long, proud nose and perked ears.
White skin surrounds a black or brown border on their features.
Among dog breeds, Siberian Huskies are undeniably among the most active.
Siberian Huskies are well-known for their tidiness; the breed grooms itself constantly, just like a cat.
The Chukchi people of northeastern Asia, who are semi-nomadic, developed the Siberian Husky into a sled canine.