Siberian Husky Dog Bite Accidents In Buffalo, New York

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Husky DogSiberian Huskies are one of America’s most popular dogs, ranking 14 out of 196 dog breeds. They are widely known for their friendly personalities, beautiful fur coats, and striking eyes. Historically, Siberian Huskies originated from Northeastern Asia and were used by indigenous people as companion dogs. Later, Siberian Huskies were instrumental in helping indigenous people of the northern hemisphere survive their extremely cold climate; using Siberian Huskies as sled dogs allowed them to expand their hunting grounds and transport goods. As a result of Siberian Huskies being used for both sport and work over the past few centuries, Siberian Huskies are often noted as having hyper personalities. They need lots of physical activity to keep from being bored or lonely. Their excess energy, if left unchecked, can lead a Siberian Husky to act out or become ill-mannered towards strangers or even their owner.

Despite being well known as loving family pets, very sociable, and docile, Siberian Huskies are still listed as an aggressive dog breed and are sometimes blacklisted from coverage by homeowner’s insurance companies. Siberian Huskies are very impressionable when they are puppies; if not properly socialized with people or other animals, they could have a higher than normal prey drive, which could cause them to bite or attack other animals and, in some cases, even humans. Another factor that may lead Siberian Huskies to bite or attack is that Siberian Huskies have a propensity to be restless and can be easily frustrated by a lack of physical activity. Owners who do not give their Siberian Huskies the exercise they need are increasing the likelihood of their Siberian Huskies to bite or attack others. Although training is necessary for Siberian Huskies, it can nonetheless be difficult, as they are highly intelligent and very independent. Owners should be diligent and well informed in order to train their Siberian Husky to be a loyal and loving pet.

Siberian Huskies And Bite-Related Incidents

Siberian Huskies are not inherently aggressive, but several factors may lead a Siberian Husky to attack or be involved in an incident with humans or other animals. The following list of factors that often lead to Siberian Huskies being involved in bite-related accidents includes:

  1. Size: Siberian Huskies are large dogs and can easily knock over children or seniors by accident or when they are feeling playful;
  2. Energy: Siberian Huskies are very hyper dogs, and when they have too much pent-up energy, they may act aggressively out of frustration; and
  3. Lack Of Stimulation: Siberian Huskies need lots of exercise to release their physical energy and mental stimulation to prevent boredom from setting in and causing the Siberian Husky to act out by destroying property or hurting others.

In contrast to other aggressive dog breeds, the Siberian Husky is not likely to bite or attack based on natural instincts or out of a desire to protect their owners. Instead, Siberian Husky bite-related accidents are likely to arise out of a lack of stimulation. If properly cared for and allowed to exert their seemingly unlimited amounts of energy, then Siberian Huskies can be excellent pets for families and very affectionate towards their owners or even strangers. If you or a loved one have been bitten by a Siberian Husky, immediately contact the top rated and highly accomplished Buffalo, New York dog bite lawyers at the Dietrich Law Firm P.C. We can be reached 24 hours per day and 7 days per week by calling 716-839-3939. Contact us today so that we can help you!

Siberian Huskies Listed as a Restricted Breed

Siberian HuskiesSiberian Huskies are not always restricted or banned by insurance companies, renters, or local communities. Siberian Huskies are seen as a friendly and docile dog breed. However, they are still often cited as an aggressive dog breed, and owning a Siberian Husky may entail some restrictions or additional liabilities. The most likely restrictions imposed on Siberian Huskies are from homeowner’s insurance, as they may blacklist the dog from coverage or require the owner to pay higher premiums if they wish to have their Siberian Husky covered from dog bite-related accidents. Renters or landlords may be forced to restrict or ban Siberian Huskies if they are insured by a homeowner’s insurance company that blacklists or bans this specific dog breed. Also, landlords of condominiums or apartment buildings may themselves ban Siberian Huskies, as they are known to howl instead of bark, causing disturbance to other tenants, and due to Siberian Huskies having a high prey drive, they will often chase smaller animals.

Because Siberian Huskies are loving pets with beautiful coats and eyes, they are highly sought after. Unfortunately, this leads to many first-time dog owners or incapable dog owners purchasing them, which leads to further Siberian Husky bite-related accidents. People who wish to own a Siberian Husky must do their due diligence in researching their personalities and how to properly care for them and ensure that they have a suitable environment for a Siberian Husky. If responsible owners understand and recognize their Siberian Husky’s aggressive tendencies and how to prevent them, then Siberian Huskies may be more accepted by renters and insurance companies in the future.



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Jed Dietrich, Esq. has fought relentlessly for his clients over the past 20 years and has secured at least $1,000,000 or more 44 times for his clients. By entrusting Jed Dietrich, Esq. with your personal injury claim, you can rest assured that that you will be represented by a dedicated and experienced personal injury attorney who will aggressively fight to obtain financial compensation for your dog bite-related injury.

Do not hesitate! Contact the Dietrich Law Firm P.C. and their team of seasoned personal injury attorneys for a free consultation on your dog bite-related claim and your legal rights to monetary compensation. Anyone who has suffered an injury from a dog bite, no matter how minor, may be entitled to receive financial compensation and should immediately call the Dietrich Law Firm P.C. to schedule their FREE consultation.

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