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We have a wonderful 3 month old husky... but we keep getting comments that she looks mixed.. any ideas? we did not get papers bc it didn't really matter to us. breeder said both parents were huskies but the female mom had no papers....

colors are red, white, black

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Did they say why they thought she was mixed? Obviously without paperwork it’s impossible to say for sure but she looks like a husky to me, she’s a red to boot. Beautiful colour.


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because of her color

                                                                                                       

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She is not a mix. She is Sable with bars pure husky. Husky come in more colors then people think. I would ignore them

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Aww, she's adorable & gorgeous!!
We were in Ventura just in October...beautiful place and saw the Red Tide!! So sorry about the wild fires.

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We have a wonderful 3 month old husky... but we keep getting comments that she looks mixed.. any ideas? we did not get papers bc it didn't really matter to us. breeder said both parents were huskies but the female mom had no papers.... 

colors are red, white, black

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She’s lovely! This is my husky @ 2 1/2 months. Autumn and your puppy have very similar colors. Your puppy definitely has husky ears, nose, legs, and eyes, and paws. Autumn’s tail is not curled yet. I hope this helps.

 

 

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I think she's a pure but whatever she is she's definitely adorable! :) One of our dog park regular huskies has eyes exactly like hers!

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looks like a husky to me and a beaut as well....

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People think they know huskies when they haven't a clue. Some think they all have blue eyes. She is a very pretty girl xxx

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As above, I wouldn't listen to what people say! My Koda is more husky than Astro, but people say they think it's Koda that's the mix


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IMG_1331.thumb.JPG.8996d9d9843a8511ccf34d6de8151d2d.JPGShe’s lovely! This is my husky @ 2 1/2 months. Autumn and your puppy have very similar colors. Your puppy definitely has husky ears, nose, legs, and eyes, and paws. Autumn’s tail is not curled yet. I hope this helps.
 
 
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Your puppies tail isn't curled yet??? That's unusual actually. They come out tails curled lol has it ever curled??

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50 minutes ago, Markie said:

Your puppies tail isn't curled yet??? That's unusual actually. They come out tails curled lol has it ever curled??

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Mine must be non huskies then...both do not have curled tails...and I know several here that have straight tails...

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Mine must be non huskies then...both do not have curled tails...and I know several here that have straight tails...
No I didn't say they weren't huskies lol it's just odd. Sorry if you took that way. I know they are suppose to be curled but it could just be a genetic fault which is no big deal

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Just now, Markie said:

No I didn't say they weren't huskies lol it's just odd. Sorry if you took that way. I know they are suppose to be curled but it could just be a genetic fault which is no big deal emoji2.png

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I am not taking it anyway...lol... I know what mine are...:D

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Your puppy could have some seppala lines in her, based on her markings. If you look up Seppala husky, you would know what I mean. 

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No I didn't say they weren't huskies lol it's just odd. Sorry if you took that way. I know they are suppose to be curled but it could just be a genetic fault which is no big deal

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Sorry to jump in here but I just wanted to confirm that when we say curled we don’t mean all the time right? As the tail is supposed to be straight and down whilst at a resting position and only really held high and in a crescent shape when excited or interested in something. So most of the time it would be down, maybe that’s what the poster meant? Not sure.
Ice on the other hand has his tail virtually always held up and in a full circle doughnut shape which i know is a fault.


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Sorry to jump in here but I just wanted to confirm that when we say curled we don’t mean all the time right? As the tail is supposed to be straight and down whilst at a resting position and only really held high and in a crescent shape when excited or interested in something. So most of the time it would be down, maybe that’s what the poster meant? Not sure.
Ice on the other hand has his tail virtually always held up and in a full circle doughnut shape which i know is a fault.


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No they go down but a trait of a Spitz Family dog is a tail curled lol they go down when they want to kill something or they are really angry or when they are being put in place but it goes right to curl when they are happy.

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Your puppy could have some seppala lines in her, based on her markings. If you look up Seppala husky, you would know what I mean. 
Yes that's true also. You should read all about that line it's fun It's not seen a lot in the states

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A huskies tail is not supposed to curl , a huskies tail is down when relaxed and when alert should curl in a sickle curve if it curls round and touches the back it is a fault

 

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Dont forget excited my huskies have their tails curled most of the time. Usually pulling or trying to kill something gets their tails down fast.
It's easier to show Conformation if the tail is all the way down
I just want to make it clear that I didn't say their tails need to be in a curl all the time. It's different nothing wrong with it.

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because of her color
                                                                                                       
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One of mine is a red, my favourite colour in husky’s, and I have no end of questions about it from people, I think it’s that people think husky’s are only black/white, grey or white. She’s gorgeous


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One of mine is a red, my favourite colour in husky’s, and I have no end of questions about it from people, I think it’s that people think husky’s are only black/white, grey or white. She’s gorgeous

 

 

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Agreed. In fact I’ve heard several times now where people refused to believe that an all white husky was indeed a husky. Apparently they don’t come in white and therefore must be a white German shepherd

 

 

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Agreed. In fact I’ve heard several times now where people refused to believe that an all white husky was indeed a husky. Apparently they don’t come in white and therefore must be a white German shepherd
 
 
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Lol and it’s always the people that think they know it all about husky’s that don’t have one!


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