Monday, May 9, 2011

How much weight can a Siberian Husky pull

The breed was quick and could master most if not every terrain. Their strength would lie in numbers when packs would work as a team in pulling sleds and covering great distances with minimal need of food. By 1908, the dog was introduced in Alaska word had gotten loose that there was a superior type of sled dog. In 1909, Siberian Huskies made its debut in the All Alaska Sweepstake Race. It is said that the average weight a Husky can pull on its own would be equivalent to its own weight. So if the dog weighed 25 kg it should have the strength to pull approximately 25 kg.

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