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SAN DIEGO, Nov. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- BuyAutoParts.com, an online auto parts retailer based in San Diego will now be distributing Husky Liners products.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Jan.
Recently, Wuxi Glory Plastics, the China injection molding and blow molding company, has incorporated Husky’s hot runner injection molding system to its production setup. (PRWEB)
A genetic analysis has shown that a 33,000-year-old canine skull found in Siberia is more closely related to today’s domestic dogs than wolves.
Researchers have identified the contributions different breeds have made to the speed, endurance and work ethic of Alaskan sled dogs.
Racing sled dogs could be considered the Lance Armstrongs of the canine world, for their strength and endurance. New research sheds light on how they do it. Sled dogs are best known for "mushing" each March in the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race, the world's longest sled race.
The Tamaskan dog, also known as the Tamaskan Husky, is a breed of domestic sled dog that originated from Finland. Jennie Peacock and Lynn Hardey, who created it to resemble a wolf and preform many duties, used breeds including the Alaskan malamute, Siberian husky, and the Northern Inuit, among other breeds. The first successful litter was born in 2002, but the breed did not receive its name until 2006, the same year that registries were formed to record information about as many dogs as...
The Alaskan Husky is a category of dog, but it falls short of being a breed. It is defined by purpose and lacks registration and restrictions to ancestry. The Alaskan Husky is one of the fastest sled dogs, sometimes running over 19 miles per hour. They are primarily bred for their racing ability. The Alaskan Husky is a mix of various northern dog types, especially the Siberian Husky and the traditional Alaskan village dog. Many other types of dog contributed including the wolf, Doberman,...
The Alaskan Klee Kai is a small dog in the spitz family. It was originally developed to create a smaller version of the Alaskan Husky (although it more closely resembles a Siberian Husky). The Breed was developed in Alaska in the 1970s when an Alaskan Husky mated with an unknown small dog. To further develop the breed, Siberian and Alaskan Huskies were used along with Schipperke and American Eskimo dogs to make them smaller. The breed was not released to the public until 1988, and they were...