Baby Loves Siberian Husky Dog! Madison just wants to hug and kiss Husky.

Are siberian huskies good with kids?

The Siberian Husky has a delightful temperament, affectionate but not fawning. This gentle and friendly disposition may be a heritage from the past, since the Chukchi people held their dogs in great esteem.

They housed them in family shelters, and encouraged their children to play with them. They are alert, eager to please, and adaptable.

The Siberian is not usually a one-man dog, and he/she is capable of showing strong affection for their family. The Siberian Husky is not a guard dog, but may unwittingly act as a deterrent to those ignorant of his true hospitable nature, simply due to his intense personality and appearance.

However, as with any dog, it is not a good idea to let puppies and children play unattended. Children and puppies tend to be unaware of their own size and strength and could accidentally injure each other. The best thing to do is to teach your child and new puppy how to behave around one another and you shouldn't have any problems.


Responses to "Baby Loves Siberian Husky Dog: Cute Interaction With A Child and A Husky (Video)"

  1. I wish my Landlord could see this! He says Siberian Husky's and German Shepherd's which my puppy his half and half, Mother full blooded SH. Father full blooded GS. He says their liability does not cover these types of "attack dogs"!!!! I said he is a puppy! I am not raising some attack police dog! and every Husky I always had was very lovable to all people and children esp. It is Renter's Insurance covers both of the above breeds. Sherry McClain.

  2. It depends on the dog. Some dogs are much more tolerant than others. Even with overly rough kids there are dogs who will take It all in stride. My grandmother had shepherds the size of small bears and we could crawl,and climb all,over them and they would never so much as bark at us. They would also literally stand over us when we were small if anyone strange came to the door like a protective parent. She had smaller dogs who were the opposite and became aggressive and snappy if we got rough. Honestly I think the larger breeds are more tolerant than the lap dogs. They also seem to act with more" pack instinct" than the small dogs did. I grew up around many breeds of dogs of all sizes and yes was snapped at or growled at once or twice but never bitten. I love cats but I've been bitten by a cat on numerous occasions. They have far less patience.

    The dog isnt a fan but is being tolerant ,even lying down which is a submissive gesture.

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