Gohan the Husky loves his adorable little baby chick. They even cuddle together. If you want to take a nap it’s always nice to have a partner to snooze with.
Gohan’s owner found the baby chick orphaned on the street so he came to the rescue and raised it until he could bring it to a local bird shelter. Gohan, the Husky, was very curious about this little yellow animal, so when the chick wanted to snuggle, he gladly obliged.
They’ve been best friends ever since.
Huskies are energetic, fun-loving dogs. They love to be around people (and tiny chick’s) and enjoy having a job to do. They are loving with children and make an excellent family dog, and for that reason are a popular breed for families with children. They are medium-sized dogs, in general. Females weigh 35 to 50 pounds when full grown, and males weigh 45 to 60 pounds. Their coats are generally black, tan or red combined with white. They have fluffy tails that curl up and noses that may be tan, black or dark brown depending on the color of their coat. Some huskies have blue eyes, while others have brown eyes. Some may even have one of each or both blue and brown in one eye.
Huskies were bred to work hard and be high energy, so they need plenty of exercise and play time. They love to run and need a space where they can do so regularly to keep them happy. They need daily walks, too. Huskies have a thick undercoat, covered by a thinner overcoat and require regular brushing. Twice a year, usually in spring and fall, they blow their coat. This means that they shed even more than usual and will need daily brushing during those times to control the fur.
Look at these cuddling cuties.
Though a husky looks like a wolf and might scare some people, they actually are not good guard dogs. Huskies love people and want to be friends with everyone they meet, including baby chicks. Even though they are heavy shedders, many people who suffer from dog hair allergies are not affected by husky fur. Huskies have been featured in books and movies such as White Fang and The North Runner.