Siberian Husky

The Siberian Husky is perhaps the most well-known of all the different types of husky dogs. The American Kennel Club ranks it as the 14th most popular dog breed in the United States alone.


It’s debatable whether the Samoyed is among the many different types of husky dogs. This breed was developed by the Samoyedic people of Siberia as an all-purpose working dog to herd reindeer and hunt prey

Alaskan Husky

The Alaskan Husky was developed with one thing in mind: pulling sleds. All other characteristics, including its appearance, are secondary to its performance. These mongrels were created over many years from crosses with different breeds, including German Shepherds and Greyhounds

Sakhalin Husky

he Sakhalin Husky is another exceptionally rare breed. As the name suggests, it originated from the large island of Sakhalin, just north of Japan, now a part of Russia.

Miniature Siberian Husky

For owners who don’t want to deal with such a large dog, some breeders have developed a small version called the Miniature Siberian Husky.

Mackenzie River Husky

The Mackenzie River Husky isn’t a well-defined breed. Instead, it’s a general catch-all term for several different overlapping types of dogs from northwestern Canada.

Labrador Husky

This exceptionally rare breed is not, as some people may assume, a cross between a Labrador Retriever and a Siberian Husky. This is instead an entirely separate breed with its own unique identity and history.

Greenland Dog

Originally brought to the island of Greenland by the Thule people around 1000 AD, the Greenland Dog is an iconic breed of its native homeland, historically used to pull sleds and hunt bears and seals.