The outgoing Siberian Husky is one of the most popular dogs in America. The modern Husky is a descendent of dogs bred by the Chukchi nomads of Siberia to pull sleds through tough conditions thousands of years ago. Huskies are medium sized working dogs that come in a variety of colors and patterns. Many huskies have heterochromia or different colored eyes, a genetic phenomenon that occurs in animals and humans. In Huskies, it is fairly common and always appears as one brown and one blue eye. The Husky is an affectionate breed known to be especially good with children. It is not suspicious of strangers so the Husky may not be the best choice for a guard dog!
National Geographic Huskies 2020 features beautiful images with information about Huskies every month. Spacious grids provide lots of writing space, international holidays and moon phases. At the front of the calendar there are sections for emergency contact information and notes as well as a full-page 3-year at-a-glance. National Geographic supports vital work in conservation, research, exploration, and education. Earth friendly, printed with soya-based inks on FSC certified paper. Measures 12×12 inches (opens to 12×24 inches).
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