Look up Husky in the dictionary and you'll find Walker. He's got get up and go, go, go for days. He'll run and play with you then once his zooms are burned off hell come in for a cuddle.
It is recommended that Walker is adopted into a household without children. His typical husky prey drive could become an issue with toys or food crumbs being dropped. He will thrive with an adopter who walks, runs, bikes or any other active lifestyle. Since all his idiosyncrasies are standard husksyisms a husky experienced owner is preferred.