In a word, yes: Siberian Huskies were developed to run and to pull, and if you've ever had a husky you may have found it difficult to train her not to pull—vigorously—against her leash. In fact, when she feels resistance, she'll likely pull harder still. Dogs on sled teams grow more and more excited and impatient to go while they're being harnessed, falling silent only when the sled is finally underway, content to do their work. But there are responsible and irresponsible dogsled operators as there are reputable and disreputable dog breeders. The best operators love their dogs and take exceptional care of them, feeding them the highest quality food, attending to their health and grooming needs in agonizing detail, keeping the kennels spotless, and giving the dogs plenty of time to play and socialize in a large outdoor enclosure—and usually also within the fold of the family who runs the operation. Your companion Siberian Husky may not actually pull a sled, but she is made for it and probably wouldn't object given the chance.