Other than seeing some *big* ears he's going to have to grown into, I see nothing unusual.
Bear in mind a few different things, Huskies are a MEDIUM sized breed so one that's over, let's say, 25kg is going to be an unusually big Husky. You're trying to judge from way too little information - some dogs start off small and stay small, some start off small and just seem to continue growing - he should grow up till about a year old and then start to fill out. As a young adult and puppy, he's much more apt to look like a beanstalk than otherwise - it's just the general nature of the breed.
Also, *in general* vets don't know that a Husky is supposed to be sveldt not husky. Many will look at a healthy working Husky and swear that they're underweight - when they're not.
Welcome to the forum and say "Hi!" to that pretty young thing.
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