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    Nikko, Yukon and Kodiak
  • Birthday 12/22/1975

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    Jay Schrader
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  1. There can be many variations, but breed standard for an adult husky is: Height: Female: 20–22 inches (50–56 cm), Male: 21–24 inches (54–60 cm) Weight: Female: 35–51 lbs (16–23 kg), Male: 44–60 lbs (20–27 kg) The growth slows between 6 months and a year, and should be full grown by 1 year, so she should be just about fully grown. I tracked my dog's weight monthly and he has stayed about the same since he was about 10-12 months of age.
  2. Hello and welcome to the forum!
  3. [emoji23][emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  4. A little late....but happy Gotcha Day to Nikko! Its been just over 5 years since I brought this little terror home with me LOL. Shortly after that, I came here looking for advice because I was in WAY over my head! Who knew that 5 years later I'd have THREE of them!
  5. Typically in Northern Indiana this time of year the high temp is 37°F (2-3C), but the last week we have had temps in the mid 60's! Saturday I took the pups to the beach to enjoy the 68°F (20C) day. Here's some pics of our adventure On our way Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  6. He looks all husky to me! Full blooded Mals also only have brown eyes, not blue and are much more bulky
  7. The kind of food and amount are the most common reasons for runny poo. It took me awhile to get the right food and the right amount of food. I would suggest a grain free food, and I feed mine 1 cup twice a day
  8. Sorry to see you step down as SuperMod I think that we have all made this forum what it is today together, and your contribution has been something I could only hope to achieve. I hope to see you around, and one of these days hopefully I can actually make it to the Iowa Husky Camp! Don't be a stranger!
  9. For the March Husky of the Month competition the topic will be Muddy Huskies! It's going to be spring time soon for most of you...and with Spring usually comes ALOT of mud! And we all know how much huskies love getting down and dirty! So show us your muddy buddy To enter, you can enter ONE picture per dog, or you can do one pic with multiple dogs. Also, please include the name of your dog or it will not be entered. Also, multiple entries will not be accepted, and I will only enter the FIRST pic that you post. Entries will be accepted through Sunday, March 5th.
  10. This month's topic was Husky Lovin'. You can vote for as many as you want, just not your own entry. Voting will continue through Sunday, February 26th. Good luck! 1. Ace 2. Arjun 3. Astro 4. Chester and Eski 5. Hunter and Clover 6. Ice 7. Marley and Bandit 8. Nikita and Meryln 9. Oscar and Nikita 10. Queen and Prince 11. Sasha and Diaz 12. Shadow 13. Simba 14. Willow
  11. Does your dog look like that sitting down? Although mine hasn't been diagnosed with elbow dysplasia I think that's what he has Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  12. Using a pinch collar CORRECTLY does not hurt the dog. I for one use them on my dogs on every walk. They have never been injured because I know how to use them. Training is key not only for the dog but for the owner as well. Some training classes would be helpful too Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  13. Haha yeah huskies will give up the safe and jewels in exchange for belly rubs and treats! I think a GSD is a better bet Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app