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Do Siberian Husky Change Color?

The discoloration of Husky’s hair is normal, but the process is complicated, and the cause of the discoloration can be related to many things, so don’t be too surprised. The changes in Husky’s hair are very complex. Even Young Husky’s coat hair is intensely colored, and over time, as Husky grows older, the color of her hair will gradually fade. What’s more, “heredity” is magical, and even if Husky’s parents’ hair color is perfect, there’s no guarantee that a puppy will inherit 100 percent of its parents’ good qualities.


1. Climate:

In addition, the color of Husky’s coat hair has something to do with the climate. In the summer, for example, Husky’s hair appears lighter than in the winter. This also knows whether is the temperature or the solarization result, perhaps this mainly has something to do with the climate environment.

There are many reasons for the discoloration of dog hair. The reasons for the discoloration may be genetic, climatic, and environmental influences, inevitable changes in Husky’s growth, diseases, malnutrition, and so on. These internal and external causes may lead to discoloration of dog hair. Malnutrition is also an important cause of discoloration, the master had better pay attention to balanced nutrition.

2. Feeding habits:

Husky’s hair will get darker and darker, but be careful not to let the dog eat too much salt, it’s better not to eat salt, because there is enough salt in the dog food! Many dog food to improve palatability added too many inducers, salt and MSG are also among them, harmful. When shopping for Husky’s dog food, we’d better check the ingredient list at the back so we can tell which dog food is best for Husky.


If we’re going to raise a Husky, we can feed Husky a hard-boiled egg yolk every day, and we’re gonna let Husky get some sun and some micronutrient. But let’s not let the dog eat the shavings too early because shavings contain hormones, Husky eat the precocious will not grow. This one won’t be fed for another six months at the earliest. In addition, any color of Husky is allowed.

3. Husky’s eyes:

Husky’s blue eyes would grow out of color, but they would gradually fade away, turning gray or iridescent, not all white. In addition to the change in the color of Husky’s hair, we can also note Husky’s eyes. True Husky had nothing to do with eye color, and technically Husky didn’t have black eyes, only the Tawny (or Brown), so-called Black Eyes, which have been talked about for a long time, are actually dark tawny, and the color is so deep that it looks like black, so they are generally called black eyes. People’s eyes will become light color, black when they are young, will become Brown and amber when they grow up, it is obvious that they can be seen when they grow up. Because the pigment decreases with age. Humans have Brown eyes when they’re young, and gray-blue eyes when they’re old. The same goes for dogs.