Husky Lab Mix Breed Information Center – A Guide To The Labsky Dog
The Husky Lab Mix (also known as “Lab” or “Blue Heeler”) is one of the most popular and well-known breeds of dogs in the world. They are a medium sized mixed breed with short legs, long body, thick coat and big eyes.
They have been bred since ancient times to be working and hunting dogs. They were used in the military during World War II, but they became very popular after the war when their size made them ideal guard dogs.
Today, they are still widely used as guard dogs and companions.
Their popularity continues today because of their loyal nature, loyalty and love of all things outdoorsy. They are also very intelligent and trainable.
Huskies are generally friendly and affectionate towards humans, but they do require some training to get along with other pets. Their intelligence makes them good watchdogs too.
Huskies make excellent family dogs as well as being great guard dogs!
What Makes A Good Husky?
Huskies are a great breed simply because they are very adaptable. They are working dogs, so they do need a lot of exercise. However, they also do well in an apartment because they don’t need a lot of space to run around in, but they still need that mental stimulation (explained below).
They also have a thick coat of fur, so they can handle colder temperatures. If you live in a colder climate, this is definitely the dog for you!
However, if you live somewhere very hot, like a desert, then this may not be the dog for you.
Huskies can come in a number of different colors, the most common being black and white or grey and white. Other colors they can be include red, brown, orange and white or Seal brown (dark brown), Chocolate (medium brown) and white.