SEPPALA SIBERIAN SLEDDOG

History

The Seppala Siberian Sleddog is more like an Arctic breed, with a wolf-like appearance. It took the experts some fifty years to conclude that, the Seppala Siberian Sleddog and the Siberian Husky are two different breeds. It is because of this confusion that the Sleddog was an unstandardized dog breed, and participation in dog shows was still a far-fetched chapter for this breed. Because of the growing popularity of show dogs in recent years, these dogs became hugely popular both as show dogs and also as working dogs.

This breed has a medium sized body, with a long head, a pair of almond-shaped eyes, and a dark nose. They have well-developed shoulder, neck and chest muscles, which helps them to work efficiently as a working dog.

Interesting Facts

  1. Siberian Sleddogs, as the name suggests, ruled the Arctic space with their massive working ability, and used for pulling sledges.
  2. No reputable canine organization has yet accepted these dogs as a standardized breed.

Temperament & Personality

These dogs have a tremendous amount of energy, especially when they are young. This breed frequently growls, especially when struck by boredom and canine depression. They will be good with other canines and animals, if raised with them, in early puppyhood. This breed will love to hang out with its owner, especially during lazy winter evenings.

Seppala Siberian Sleddog Characteristics

Adaptability To Apartment Living
Good for 1st Time Owners
Sensitivity
Tolerance Levels
Affection towards Family
Kid Friendliness
Stranger Friendliness
Ease of Grooming
General Health
Trainability
Prey Drive
Exercise Needs
Energy Level

Care

Exercise

The Sleddogs need a lot of exercise on a daily basis and will become restless staying indoors for a prolonged period. It was built to pull sleds, and in the contemporary and modern city life, these dogs will instead need a daily walk or a short run. The owner should remember that the breed cannot tolerate extreme heat, so exercising during hot summer mornings is entirely not recommended.

Grooming

This breed sheds a lot twice every year, and during those days they need brushing and combing on a daily basis. However, for the rest of the months, they only need brushing once every week. The owner can bathe this dog once every week during summer seasons.

Health Problems

There is no report of the Sleddogs suffering from Cancer or tumor. These dogs often suffer from issues like Eye problems and Allergies.

Training

They need a good leader instead of a trainer, who can train the Sleddogs consistently, firmly, and passionately. These dogs are intelligent and friendly but become bored quickly. Hence, the entire training process should be fun and enjoyable for the dog. To begin with, the leader can teach them commands like follow or follow me which will pave the way for the future training. The owners can get rid of their barking tendencies by providing them soft toys when they start barking.

Feeding

The entire meal, when divided into small servings throughout the whole day will satiate their nutritional needs.

Seppala Siberian Sleddog Facts

Breed Type:

Characteristics:

Other Names:

NA

Height & Weight:

19-25 inches & 31-80 pounds

Color:

Sable. Gray, white, black

Competitive Registration / Qualification Information:

No major recognition

Shedding:

Moderate Shedding

Hypoallergenic:

No

Average Litter Size:

4-6 puppies

Lifespan:

12-15 years

Coat:

Dense, medium, smooth

Price:

NA

Adaptability To Apartment Living
Good for 1st Time Owners
Sensitivity
Tolerance Levels
Affection towards Family
Kid Friendliness
Stranger Friendliness
Ease of Grooming
General Health
Trainability
Prey Drive
Exercise Needs
Energy Level
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