You should expect him to be shy when meeting new dogs or cats. It's because he did not have the chance to meet a lot of dogs ,,, It's my fault not to make him socialize enough :(
He was born in Riyadh (from a Siberian Husky father and an Alaskan Malamute mother). He has a Siberian Husky look (pictures attached). I bought him when he was 2 months old. I trained him to understand the words: "Sit" & "Down" & "Come" & "No" . He had all the necessary vaccines (I maintain the record in his Vaccine Book). I recently trimmed his nails.
If you don't have a cold place for him to stay (especially in Riyadh), I advise you not to contact me. Huskies can not live outside in Riyadh's hot weather.
Beside his need for a cold place, it is important to know some facts about the husky breed:
-- Siberian huskies are among the least aggressive dogs and you will rarely experience Siberian husky aggression. Siberian huskies are the least likely breed to attack anyone.
-- Siberian huskies have always been raised in a family setting. He wants to be surrounded by friends. He gets very bored if he is left a lone for long periods; and sometimes lead to destructive behavior and chewing. He needs more play, exercise and physical activity to work off some energy. I unfortunately did not have the time to walk him enough but I advise you do so. Also, when I leave him alone for a long time, I leave him in a cooled place with no furniture since he chewed on the carpet once he got bored being alone for a long time.
-- Siberian huskies are highly intelligent, and training them will definitely be an interesting experience. I love the experience I had with him. We bonded very well and I am gonna miss him. Please don’t expect him to follow your commands all the time, as he easily gets bored.
I will give him away for 3500 SR including: 2 feeding bowls, leash and collar set, a shampoo and a 20 kg bag of dog food (currently consumed). Contact me via WhatsApp at +17348642150