Siberian Huskies are incredibly handsome dogs. They look like tame wolves, often with ice blue eyes or even odd-colored eyes. They are unmistakable and attention-getting. No wonder they have been one of the most popular breeds of dogs ever in the Western world. However, they are also abandoned in the thousands every year. To keep yourself from abandoning a Siberian Husky, please read as much Siberian Husky information as you can, especially about their personalities. Siberian Huskies were bred to be tough, self-reliant and to run for miles and miles through the tundra every day. They were not bred to curl up on the living room rug and behave without question. If you have never had a dog before, do not get a Siberian Husky. If you have physical problems, do not get a Siberian Husky. If you live in an apartment, RV or other small home, do not get a Siberian husky. Siberian Huskies were bred to be busy and have a lot to do. They are not content to sit in on the couch and snooze all day. They want to go exploring, pull sleds to the next city and mark territory. If you don’t give them an outlet for their energy, they will find ways of letting it out that might not be so good for your home or your wallet. Siberian Huskies can get very destructive when they are bored. These dogs not only need at least a half hour walk every day, but they need time to run and play, whether in a fenced yard or in some sort of closely supervised situation. It is not a good idea to let a Siberian Husky off lead in a park or a wooded trail. One interesting smell seems to trigger the call of the wild in them and they are off, ignoring you. You need some amount of physical strength to keep up with Siberian Huskies. Siberian Huskies, if given proper exercise and persistent handling, can become very obedient dogs. If they get spayed or neutered, this also helps them to stay in a juvenile state of mind and look to you as their parents for leadership. Siberian Huskies need to be persuaded to do anything, but once you've persuaded them, they do it. You cannot force these dogs. They will become dangerous otherwise. In the cult movie classic, The Lost Boys, there is a beautiful Siberian Husky named Nanook. Nanook protects his young (and stupid) master from vampires. The moviegoer learns later that the young, stupid master is quite a nice guy and is concerned for not only destroying all vampires, but taking care of his dog. And they showed Nanook enjoying a big back yard as well as living in a house. That is a good way to think of the personality of a Siberian Husky. As one of the most beautiful breeds, a Siberian Husky is almost always recognized at first site. There would be a lot fewer abandoned Huskies if owners took the time to learn Siberian Husky information before buying a puppy.