Dog parents who love exercise and playful personalities may find the Alusky to be the perfect match.
The Alusky is typically easy to train and responsive to their dog parents. However, with such a high drive dog with endless energy, it’s important to make training consistent and positive.. Daily training sessions of around five to ten minutes help this breed keep on track. Additionally, basic obedience classes with a professional trainer can be helpful, especially in puppyhood.
The Alusky is loyal and intelligent, but not a good match for beginner dog parents. They can be strong-willed and hard to exercise properly, as even very fit individuals may struggle to keep up. Ideally, they love walks or hikes surpassing five miles daily. This isn’t reasonable for all dog parents, but without proper stimulation, the Alusky will grow bored and frustrated- regardless of how much love there is for them. Additionally, this breed easily develops separation anxiety. Dog parents who are frequently home or able to bring pups to work are a good match for this breed.