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Siberian Husky Facts And Owner Tattoos

Richard Hale is a tattoo enthusiast who studies and researches tattoo symbolism, meanings, and history.


One tattoo that you may find interest in is the Siberian husky tattoo. Although the Siberian husky tattoo is not popular, men and women do get such a tattoo. Siberian husky tattoo designs are worn by both men and women. Since Siberian husky tattoos can be designed in several different ways, it gives you plenty of options to come up with a design that fits your personality. Just like all animal tattoos, the Siberian husky tattoo represents traits and attributes of the Siberian husky.

In this article, we will discuss the Siberian husky's history, Siberian husky tattoos, and Siberian husky tattoo designs. In the end, we hope that you are able to find ideas and inspiration for your own tattoo.



The Siberian Husky is a well known dog breed that was named after where it was first bred, Siberia Russia. That's right, the Siberian Husky was first bred in Northeastern Asia. They were first used to pull items in the harsh Siberian climate. Siberian Huskies were brought to Alaska during the Nome Gold Rush. They were commonly used as sled dogs when they first arrived in Alaska, a practice that is still known to natives. In the years following the gold rush, the Siberian Husky was brought to Canada and America. Now a days, the Siberian Husky is a show dog and a common choice for a pet dog.

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The Siberian Husky varies in color, from black, white, and gray to sable and white. Siberian huskies are very energetic dogs. They are very active and very playful. Siberian Huskies make great pets and they do really well with children. One of the most well known traits of the Siberian Husky is their eyes. The Siberian Husky can have two different eye colors, usually blue and brown. They can also have two blue eyes or two blue eyes. Their baby blue eyes are beautiful and it can really set a Husky tattoo off.




The Siberian Husky has a few different names and nicknames. The Siberian Husky is also called a "Chukcha" and "Chuksha". The Siberian Husky is also associated to nicknames such as "Husky" and "Icee". Siberian Huskies usually have a lifespan up to 15 years old. The adult male Siberian Husky can grow up to weight around 70 pounds. The female Siberian Husky grows up to a weight around 60 pounds. Both male and female Huskies can grow anywhere from 21 to 24 inches in length. Female Siberian Huskies can usually have 6-8 puppies in a litter.

The Siberian Husky is actually one of the oldest dog breeds in the world. They are well equipped to survive harsh winter climates. Siberia has some of the worst winters in the world. Alaska is also well known for their cold winters as well. One of the main reasons that the Siberian Husky worked in such climates was because they could withstand the cold climates. The Siberian Husky actually has two coats of fur. Huskies are able to withstand temperatures as low as -60°. They are one of the few animals that were able to live in such extreme temperatures.




Siberian Huskies are very intelligent dogs. This is one of the main reasons that trainers choose the Husky. They have the intelligence to learn things fairly quickly. Trainers usually train the Siberian Husky to enter dog shows. As a pet owner, you can be aware that the Siberian Husky is fully capable of learning a variety of different things. Personally, I owned one of these beautiful dogs many years ago and he was a great dog. He was a very loyal dog and picked up on things really easy. My younger brother was little at the time, actually 2, and Zoey never snapped at him. Zoey would just sit there with my brother climbing all over him. If you are thinking about owning a Siberian Husky, they make great pets and a great addition to any family.

There are a lot of owners that like getting their favorite dog tattooed on them. Some people choose a dog tattoo to remember a lost pet. Some people may get a dog tattoo to represent their faithful companion. Either way, Siberian Huskies make for a great tattoo. Since the personality and appearance shadows the wolf, the Siberian Husky tattoo can symbolize meanings associated to the wolf. A Siberian Husky tattoo can represent family, protection, and strength.


Jef from Philippines on January 05, 2013:

Love the tattos but I'm too scared to have one! I'm afraid of needles! If ever I'll have a tattoo, I like the fifth to the last photo! :)

Richard Ricky Hale (author) from West Virginia on March 21, 2012:

Maria, thanks so much for the comment. What a great story Maria. This is a great example of meaning in a tattoo. This is a great idea for a tattoo design. It is unique, creative, and would hold deep meaning to you. I would suggest taking a good photo of both of them and getting them on the arm or leg. They are less painful areas on the body. With the white and black huskies, I would suggest a light blue sky in the background, perhaps with sun shining through. Either way, I say go for it. God Bless you Maria and I pray your MS will heal. Through God, nothing isn't impossible.

maria on March 19, 2012:

i wanted a tattoo cause i got 2 huskies one black and white which is my son's and my one is white with light brown patches i love huskies my white one is very calm and loving and placid and the black and white is very active and domanearing he is strong then the white one we called shadow cause as a pup he followed me everywhere but the black and white one was my mother in laws from my late partner she brought him but could not handle him as she was out at work all day so i took him as well but i do also have 3 jack russells and a corgi who belonged to my late mum they all get on really well i also have rabbits a chicken 3 chincillas 2 parrots a degu and the huskies get on really well with all of them the are very protective with the 2 jack russell pups and i love the way my shadow the white husky know when i am ill and he will lay with me all the while i am ill as i have MS

Richard Ricky Hale (author) from West Virginia on February 20, 2012:

Sueswan, it is always great to hear from you my dear. A big thank you for everything:)

Sueswan on February 19, 2012:

Hi Lyricwriter

The tattoo with the Siberian Husky and the message don't cry underneath is beautiful.

Voted up and away!

Richard Ricky Hale (author) from West Virginia on February 18, 2012:

*Sofs, thanks for taking the time to drop by and comment. I am glad you liked it my friend. The paws and face is a wicked tattoo.

*Sgbrown, thanks for taking the time to come by. I have been practicing but I haven't did any myself. I have two friends that are great tattoo artist and they sometimes give me photos. I draw them, but none for tattoos yet. Hopefully soon though.

*CC, thank you for taking the time to come by. I agree. I have always liked labs. They are my second favorite dog, dalmations being first.

*Frank, always great to hear from you. They are beautiful dogs, smart, and very loyal. I miss mine.

*AE, a pleasure to have you come by and thanks again. Yeah, that is interesting. They must have figured it out and they were prefect for Alaska.

*Katrine, thank you so much for coming by. Never underestimate the power of art, self expression so to say. Art is art I would thing, no matter the canvas.

KatrineDalMonte on February 16, 2012:

I never thought such beauty could be brought to life on one's skin...awesome :-)

Ruby Jean Richert from Southern Illinois on February 15, 2012:

Beautiful dogs. It is amazing how they can live in such a cold climate..Interesting history...Thank you...

Frank Atanacio from Shelton on February 15, 2012:

these are my fav dogs thelyricwriter up and awesome!!!!

Cynthia Calhoun from Western NC on February 15, 2012:

Beautiful! I like those huskies! I don't know if I'd actually tattoo one on myself, but I can definitely respect dog owners who do. :D Right now, I'm an owner to a crazy yellow lab - he's a handful! Voted up.

Sheila Brown from Southern Oklahoma on February 15, 2012:

These are awesome tatoos! I assume you do these yourself? They are very good! My daughter was designing some tatoos for a family member who did the tatooing before he was killed in a car accident. I will have to share this hub with her. Voted up and beautiful! :)

Sophie on February 15, 2012:

Nice paw prints here... I loved the paw print with a face... Love dogs.. couldn't resist this one! Have a lovely day!

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