The difference between Alaska and Husky in six directions, easily distinguish who is the second ha
In recent years, there have always been people who are blind and confuse Huskies with Alaska. In fact, their temperament is still a lot worse. Huskies are a teaser who loves to be cute, and Alaska is the awe-inspiring boss. In addition, Alaska’s character is relatively loyal and brave, and he is the eldest son of a prudent landlord’s family. As a husky evolved from a gray wolf, of course its habits are closer to that of a wolf. It is hard to see that it must be the stupid son of the landlord’s family.
Alaskan Malamute and Husky (Siberian Husky) are our common dog breeds. Although both are sled dogs and look similar, there are still many differences, as follows:
Body size difference Alaska: It is a large dog, the average shoulder height is generally about 10 cm higher than the Husky, and the weight is about 20 kg (except for the giant Alaska). Gives the impression of being tall and majestic; Husky: a medium-sized dog, giving the impression of lightness and elegance.
Eye difference Alaska: only brown, blue eyes are not accepted; Husky: brown and blue (including dark, light brown and mandarin duck eyes).
The difference between ears in Alaska: The ears are triangular, the tips of the ears are slightly rounded, and the distance between the two ears is wider. They are located behind the outside of the head, in a straight line with the corner of the eye (outside); Husky: The ears are like triangles, the tips of the ears are slightly pointed, and are located on the head. Higher position. Remarks: The ears of Alaska are drooping, too large, and the position is too high, and the ears are too close are faults; the husky ears are too open and too large are faults.
The difference between forehead Alaska: The shape of the forehead is generally a beautiful pointed shape; Husky: The color distribution of the forehead is bilinear, cross, and two-point eyebrow.
The tail is different from Alaska: In most cases, it is tilted up and curled on the back. It is described as “a large feather that stretches out”; Husky: Does not curl up (often straight), and is described as a “round head” Brush”, it won’t roll on the back when swinging.
Differences in hair quality Alaska: long-haired dog, softer; Husky: slightly shorter coat, harder hair.
Personality difference: Alaska: honest, steady, and patience; Husky: neurotic, destructive, free and undisciplined.