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Dog Health Questions Siberian Husky

Dog Health – Siberian Husky

When you get a puppy, it immediately becomes a new member of your family. So like any other family member, you want to ensure it’s healthy and happy. To this end, we’ve compiled a number of dog health tips specific to Siberian Huskies and Portuguese Water Dogs. If you still have dog health questions after reading through, feel free to call us and find out more!


Siberian Husky Health Tips

Huskies generally weigh anywhere from 35-60 pounds fully grown, with an average life span of 12-15 years. Siberian Husky health is typically strong, but like all breeds, they are susceptible to particular conditions:

  • Cataracts
    • Corneal Dystrophy
    • Progressive Retinal Atrophy
    • Hip Dysplasia


Not every dog will experience these issues, but the above are among the most common Siberian Husky health conditions. Below are some dog health tips that can help ensure your puppy remain healthy well into adulthood:
• Choose a good breeder who is committed to breeding healthy dogs from strong parents
• Check for health clearances
• Provide your dog with a plenty of exercise and the proper amount of space
• Feed your husky vet-approved food
• Consider pet insurance to help secure adequate treatment in a timely manner without high costs
• Ensure that your pet receives regular vet checkups to mitigate issues before they develop