What is the rarest breed of Husky? The rarest breed of Husky is the Sakhalin Husky. There are very few dogs of this breed left. While experts are uncertain how many exactly, it is estimated that there currently are less than 50 Sakhalin Huskies on the planet.
How can I tell what type of Husky I have? The eyes of a Siberian Husky are almond-shaped and moderately spaced. They may be blue or brown, or a dog may have one of each color. Notice the tail. Siberian Huskies don’t have curled tails; however, their tails may stand sickle when the dog is at attention.
What two breeds make a Husky? The husky contains the bloodlines of two other ancient breeds native to Siberia: the laika and a type of spitz.
What are the biggest types of Huskies? The biggest husky-type dog breed, the Alaskan Malamute, can grow up to a whopping 26 inches. Highly intelligent and affectionate, they require a firm but loving hand to help shape them into ideal pets.