Siberian Husky (4/10)



Robert Mason Robert Mason
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Siberian Husky began to attract the interest of professional dog handlers and breeders only at the beginning of the XX century. At home - in the regions of the Far North of Russia - local residents used the ancestors of the husky to move around the tundra, go to remote hunting, and to places of reindeer grazing. At that time, there was no such breed as a husky, and by the thirties of the twentieth century, the breeding of these northern dogs was recognized in Soviet Russia as futile, since they were replaced by technical vehicles in the Far Eastern regions.


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