According to the American Kennel Club, the Siberian husky has an "agreeable and outgoing temperament [which] makes it a great all-around dog, suitable for anything from sledding to therapy work." It is a member of the working group and has a strong prey drive so should have plenty of exercise and supervision around small animals. New owners to this breed should be prepared for a lot of shedding year-round, due to the husky's double coat. It is recommended to provide basic obedience training for this breed while it is a puppy because huskies typically grow to weigh up to 60 lbs. and have strong pulling instincts. There are many Siberian huskies available for adoption at various animal shelters and Siberian husky rescue groups in Florida.
Locate an animal shelter in your area or call either the Siberian Husky Rescue of Florida or the South Florida Siberian Husky Rescue to help locate a Siberian husky puppy available locally for adoption.2
Travel to the local animal shelter that has Siberian husky puppies available for adoption. Choose the puppy that fits your family situation; for exampl, look for a puppy that gets along well with children and other pets if your family includes children and other pets.3
Fill out necessary adoption paperwork, and pay the adoption fee to cover vaccination and spay/neuter costs. Take your new Siberian husky puppy home.