Siberian Husky Club of America


Founded in 1938, the Siberian Husky Club of America immediately did two things: it changed the existing breed standard that had been written by Julien Hurley and accepted by A.K.C., and it set about "promoting the breed," largely as an A.K.C. show dog. Since that time the S.H.C.A. has behaved much as breed clubs are expected to behave, changing the standard periodically, promoting the conformation show ring as the way that Siberians ought to be evaluated for breeding, and creating colourful breed myths that misrepresent or distort the actual history of the original Siberian sleddog.


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