For those of you new to Husky ownership, you need to know how to look after your Husky’s double coat. Double coated dog breeds have two layers to their coat; a soft fine insulating undercoat to keep them warm in the winter and a longer whether proof top coat consisting of guard hairs that actually grow up through the undercoat. This undercoat should never be allowed to become matted or it loses its ability to insulate your dog leaving it to get very cold. The outer coat of a Husky is very waterproof to help keep their bodies dry in snow or rain. The Husky coat also pretty effectively repels most dirt and mud. When the mud dries, it just brushes off the fur.

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