These two are adorable. He obviously adores this baby.
Siberian Huskies are thickly coated dogs who were bred to pull sleds in the Arctic. They were developed to work in packs to pull light loads at moderate speeds over vast frozen expanses. They're a northern breed and they're dignified, fastidious, and friendly. Their eyes can be either blue or brown, and often, they'll have an eye in each color. They have a keen but amiable expression about them that even borders on mischievousness sometimes. They have a quick and nimble gait and they're much more powerful than they appear. Because they're pack dogs, this breed loves and enjoys family life.
They get along well with other dogs and especially well with children. They're innately friendly and not the best watchdogs in the world, but when it comes to the kids they love, they're relentlessly protective. They have a lot of energy and can go head to head with playing with energetic kids. Another thing you can expect from a Husky is that they howl more than most dogs. They tend to not bark as other dogs do, but they're very vocal with their howling. They howl as their main form of communication because of their wolf ancestry.
When a dog howls, it's easier to find the other dogs in their pack than it is if they're barking. Remember, these are pack dogs, so that makes total sense. Even though domesticated huskies don't have to howl to communicate through forest and snow, but that's still how they communicate. As a breed, they're more closely related to wolves than other breeds. They're very close cousins of their wild counterparts. When a wolf is separated from its pack, they howl to find the pack. The sound of a howl can carry further.
Some experts believe that one reason Huskies howl when a baby is crying or talking to them is because they see the baby as one of their family members, so they howl together to be companionable. If a baby is crying, the Husky probably recognizes it as distress. Enjoy the adorable video below.