Siberian Husky Puppies

Siberian Husky puppies are so cute that we felt compelled to create a FAQ devoted to the subject. All your questions about the cuteness of Siberian Husky puppies should be answered here, unless we have horribly miscalculated.

Siberian Husky Cuteness FAQ

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Siberian Huskies (Picture Credit: Getty Images)

So, how cute is a Siberian Husky puppy, really? 

Unreasonably cute. Have you seen a baby sea otter eat a cracker? He’s cuter than that.

Will he still be cute when he grows up? 

He’ll be a more firm version of cute. He’ll also drag you halfway across Alaska on a sled given a proper diet and half a chance.

He may be cute, but will a Siberian Husky puppy also impress people?  

Imagine telling people your sled dog originated among the Chukchi, a tribe of Siberian nomads, as transportation. “Your dog was good at herding sheep? Mine was the family car.” People are going to stand around your dog the way they do a Tesla, pointing out the advanced features — the double coat for warmth, the strong paws and neck, the muscular and compact frame, the alert triangle ears, the cunning almond eyes, the unshakable cuteness.

Wait — is he really as cute as we think he is? 

He’s beyond cute. He’s all your Game of Thrones dreams coming true. Cersei Lannister is coming up the walk just now with a bottle of Riesling.

Why haven’t I heard him bark? That would be cute, too. 

Siberian puppies rarely bark, but — and please sit down, because you might faint learning this— they howl. Picture a quiet dawn at your townhouse in Fresno, and in the early morning chill, your dog on guest-room balcony slowly raises his head: Awroooooooo. 

I want one RIGHT NOW. 

Relax, Shackleton. Ask me how he is around the house.

Fine. How is the Siberian Husky puppy around the house? Is he cute? 

Your dog’s ancestors cut their teeth on the frozen wasteland in perpetual twilight with only the occasional darting prey animal to break up the grey. You put your high-energy puppy into a middle-class split-level furnished entirely by Overstock and you leave for work for the day? He might redecorate, unless you get him trained early.

Hmm, that doesn’t sound cute at all (and I shop Pottery Barn, for your information)

When Husky puppies get bored, they get into stuff, and they take that stuff and spread it all over the house — and then down the block after digging a hole under your fence. You’ve always wanted to know what’s inside your walls, haven’t you? It’s not cute.

How’s his prey drive? This has nothing to do with cuteness, but I have a pet rabbit. 

Best not to let that rabbit dart across the backyard lawn, at least not when the kids are outside.

How do I get my own cute Siberian Husky puppy? 

Check rescues. Many people unload their cute Husky puppies after realizing how much work they are — people buy them for the wrong reasons, you see.

Like for sled-dog competitions? Because I only want to enter the most prestigious ones. 

Maybe a Beagle is more your style.

Final question: I’ve heard these dogs “blow their coats” twice a year. Is that cute? 

Of course it’s cute. Shedding is adorable.

Now show me the cutest picture you have. 

Fine:

(Photo credit: Getty Images)

(Photo credit: Getty Images)

Remember, you can find just about any breed of dog you are looking for at a shelter or rescue. Look on Facebook for a Siberian Husky Rescue in your area.

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