Do Siberian Huskies Attack Humans? Siberian Huskies do not usually attack humans. Yes, there are always exceptions, but Huskies are generally very friendly to people. It should not become aggressive unless provoked.
No matter how “safe” a dog’s breed is, children should never be left alone with them. However, some breeds are far less aggressive than others, so let’s take a look at the Siberian Husky.
The Siberian Husky is not generally considered a dangerous dog around humans. While all dogs (like us) are different, the biggest factor in determining their adult personality is their sociability at a young age.
A key part of Husky training is introducing them to so many different people and so many different types of other pets (especially cats) under controlled conditions at an early age.
If you do this kind of socializing at this age, they may become less afraid of other people and animals (and thus become aggressive) later in life. The problem, of course, is when you buy a husky that isn’t a puppy – you really don’t know if this important stage has already happened.
So we can say that Siberian Huskies are generally not dangerous to us humans. However, the same does not apply to the treatment of other animals! Regardless of socialization, Huskies have a very high prey drive. Yes, this will help, but it doesn’t take away the dog’s natural instincts.
Many families report that huskies live a long life in perfect harmony with their pet cat (or cats) throughout their lives. So yes – there may be exceptions. However, other families report having no problem living with their husky with their cat until this is no longer the case.
One day, for whatever reason, the husky saw cats as prey without warning, and it didn’t turn out well.
Are Siberian Huskies Safe With Children?
No dog, no matter how social it is, or how “good” it looks, should never be left alone with children. Of course, this is a blanket statement that Yorkshire Terriers are not much of a threat to 15 year olds!
However, you can never assume that a dog will behave the way it did the last time it did something.
Can you release a siberian husky?
Yes, you can get a husky off a leash, but you shouldn’t! Jay. I mentioned above that Siberian huskies have a high prey drive, which is most noticeable when you train them.
How do you know if your husky is safe?
The very simple answer is you don’t. Of course, many owners will think I’m stupid for saying that their huskies are “different” in some way. The truth is, Siberian Huskies often make amazing family pets, perfect for the family and can bring you many, many years of happiness. However, you should never be complacent and/or lazy.