Agouti Husky Breed Informations And Images

Have you ever heard of agouti husky? It is a Husky type and looks beautiful. Agouti husky is famous for its unique fantastic colored fur. The agouti pattern is also known as wild coloring / wild type. It shows in the dog in the typical wolf gray or gray clouded dog breeds. Very well known for this coloring, which also the wolf has, are e.g. Wolf spitz, gray German shepherd dogs or Siberian huskies. The individual hairs of this color type are ‘banded’ single hair has more than one color. For example, the hair be light but have a black tip. There is also a dark mask in many cases. Wild coloring in some cases can easily be confused with sable colored dogs.

Characteristics of the Agouti Siberian husky

Agouti Husky

The lifespan of the Siberian Husky is 15 years. Female specimens reach a size 20 inch, while males reach 20-23 inch. In terms of weight, the husky weighs 35 to 50 lb (female) and 44 to 59 lb (male animals).

The Husky has a well-proportioned, compact body. His almond-shaped eyes can be brown, blue or multi-colored. His medium-sized ears are triangular and stand upright.

The fur of the Siberian Husky is dense, medium-long and looks like a fur. Care and life are the same as for other husky

Typical colors of the fur for HUSKY  :

  • White
  • black
  • silver
  • copper
  • agouti

The animals are usually multi-colored.

If you are interested in colored fur husky types, we recommend you read our white husky article. https://petanimalworld.com/white-husky/

Agouti husky is a very nice light shade. It is available in cream, gray and as so-called wolf agoutis. It arises in matings with rotbraum / white + white or dilute for cream and black / white + white or diltue for gray. Of course, Agouti also comes in Agouti (cream) + Agouti (cream) for cream and Agouti (gray) + Agouti (gray) for gray, but there is also the option with Agouti (cream) + Agouti (gray) that will become wolfs Agoutis, cream or / and gray. The Wolfs Agouti can also be found in Wolfs Agouti + Wolfs Agouti.

Agouti Siberian Husky Breed Information

This breed has been used by the people of chukchi in Siberia for sledging, herding reindeer herds and as a guard dog. It was taken to Alaska in 1905 and attracted attention after being used in the transportation of medicines related to the disease (diphtheria) that originated in Alaska, a difficult region.It’s spread all over the world from here.

They are very attached to their family and get along well with the children. Although it is not used in sledging, it is prone to group work and is social. It is a loving animal, although its ice-blue eyes have a frightening effect. If he’s alone in the house, you might find gnawed furniture. He’s a very playful dog. They need constant attention, and they’re prone to psychological problems. We see problems like tail-gnawing.

An agouti husky is a furry running siberian husky dog characterized by colored bands that change along individual hair shafts. Alaskan huskies can have any jacket pattern, including aguties.
Height Male 53 - 60 cm - Height Female - 51 - 56 cm Weight Male 20,5 - 27 Kg - 16 - 22,5 Kg in Weight Female Lifespan is average 12 years.
Husky breed dogs lived in flocks. They continued to live in this way for many years, and only one leader in the herd! Keep this in mind. Either you are the leader of your dog and herd, or your Siberian Wolf manages you as he wishes.
Although they are known for their domesticity, they are a species that is fond of freedom and hunter, even though they are wolves in their genes. It is harmless unless it is specifically provoked and can turn into a very dangerous attack tool in bad hands. For this reason, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has been a dangerous species of Husky dogs since 1979.

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  1. Lia Olim says:

    I didn’t know huskies come in different colors. Nice article!

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