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Sibercaan Breed Information

Sibercaan

Recognized By: DBR , IDCR
   
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Living with a Sibercaan

Family Dog: The Sibercaan is protective of their family members and their "turf".

Shedding: The Sibercaan sheds once annually and has no doggy odor. They are considered hypoallergenic which makes them good for people who suffer from asthma or allergies.

Training: The Sibercaan is known as the "genius" of the dog world. They are very intelligent dogs. Their extreme intelligence and mental capability to do simple problem solving tasks, can make them a challenge for some dog owners. If nutured along, and keeping in mind of their special gifts & talents, there is no task that the Sibercaan can not master if properly trained and handled.

Barking: The Sibercaan will bark to announce visitors or intruders.

Weather: This hardy hybrid, can handle extreme heat and cold, and thrives in both and all conditions.

Sibercaan Appearance

Color: The basic coat colors of the Sibercaan are white, toffee & broken patterned.

Coat: The Sibercaan can take after the Native American Indian Dog and have long or medium coat.

Sibercaan Facts

Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Sibercaan is up to 19 years of age.

Characteristics: Sibercaans have been used for Search & Rescue, hunting, handicap assitance, therapy dogs and also make your all around best friend and buddy. They have the ability to sense, bad or evil people, or danger, illness or sickness coming on in their human.

More Info: The Sibercann is a mix between a Siberian Husky OR Native American Indian Dog and the Canaan Dog.

Sibercaan Health

Health: The Sibercaan has no known genetic faults or weaknesses.

Sibercaan History

History: the Sibercaan is a delightful mix of Canaan Dog, imported directly from Israel, and Native American Indian Dog, the breed of dog the Native Americans utilized for many centuries.


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