Dew Claws are usually removed by the breeders at a few days of age. But because youre not a breeder, you can have the vet remove them, but they should be removed VERY young, when they are fairly loose and its relatively painless.
Rear dew claws are almost always removed, because they will only cause trouble by getting caught on things/being ripped off. As for front dew claws some breeds it is in the standard that they remain intact, some call for a dog without dew claws. Both of my dogs have front dew claws and they are very well attached and have never had an incident.
Huskies or Husky/mix are usually high energy playful dogs, so I would highly recommend having the rear dew claws removed.