Living with a Siberian Indian Dog
Temperament: The Siberian Indian Dog (SID) takes on all the wonderful attributes of the Native American Indian Dog, gentleness, trainability, versatility,and extremely friendly and outgoing.
Family Dog: The Siberian Indian Dog gets along with all breeds of dogs and otjher pets as well.
Shedding: The Siberian Indian Dog has no doggy odor and sheds once annually. Like the Native American Indian Dog, they are considered a hypoallergenic dog.
Training: The Siberian Indian Dog can be trained to do anything you've a mind to teach them.
Barking: The Siberian Indian Dog can bark to notify their owner of something amiss or visitors, but are basically a very quiet dog.
Physical Ability: The Siberian Indian Dog is extremely athletic.
Siberian Indian Dog Appearance
Size: The Siberian Indian Dog comes in three different weights or sizes ranging anywhere from 55 to 95 pounds.
Eyes: The Siberian Indian Dog looks like the North American Indian Dog but can have blue eyes like the husky.
Color: The coat of the Siberian Indian Dog comes in any color from pure white to yellow, orange, red, spotted (broken patterned) and black.
Siberian Indian Dog Facts
Life Expectancy: The life expectancy of the Siberian Indian Dog is 14 to 19 years.
Siberian Indian Dog Health
Health: The Siberian Indian Dog is healthy and robust and has no known genetic problems.
* The most accurate way to determine characteristics of a mixed breed is by researching the parent breeds.
** Not all dogs being represented by this name consist of the exact percentages listed above.
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