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  2. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 22 votes towards this years awards and 28926 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  3. you can safely give royal canin, but it is mandatory for puppies. There are also new feeds for purebred dogs on the advice of a veterinarian.
  4. Is there room in your house for her house? That way she could get used to going in it - but still be in the room with you and see/smell you for comfort. I cannot envisage a dog house on a balcony - 'balcony' suggests on first level or above ........ don't want to misunderstand again. Are you in a flat/apartment? Why would you want her sleeping outside? I think you will find that she just wants to be within easy reach of yourselves until she reaches maturity - some dogs then decide to spend more time on their own. On of my boys is with us all day - but in the even
  5. I think i’ve been misunderstood😅 I am letting her in, she barely spends half an hour outside, but she used to love sleeping in her house outside, slept upwards of 1 or 2 hours in there even during the day, but now, everytime she goes outside, she’ll saty in there for like 20 minutes max and then want to come back in. whenever she starts whining i usually almost always get up immediately and let her in, i don’t let her cry alone outside. I just wanted to see if there was something now that she suddenly hates staying outside in her house.
  6. Let her in. She is a baby - recently taken away from her mum and siblings - 99% of huskies crave human company and bond strongly with their family - Why are you shutting her out at night anyway???? Even cats hate being thrown outside at night - why do it to a baby dog???
  7. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 21 votes towards this years awards and 28925 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  8. My little puppy, Sienna, is a 10 week siberian husky female. We got her when she was 8 weeks old. Sienna has her own little house on our balcony. Throughout the first week, we used to occasionally let her into the house, but mostly just stayed and played with her outside. This week, we’ve had her come into the house and spend a bit more time indoors, but during the night, she always sleeps on the balcony. the first week, even the first night, she didn’t whine at all, slept quietly and soundly at night. However, yesterday and today, she’s been whining like crazy, pawing at t
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  10. I'm sorry for the dog. The street cat was very sick and I started treating her with cannabis oil. I didn’t believe that CBD oil could remove the tumor from this cat, but I continued to monitor the cat and gave her a few drops of this oil every day. I also bought a cannabis cream and rubbed it into the swollen areas. So don't give up and heal your pets! The cat is fine and healthy.
  11. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 20 votes towards this years awards and 28924 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  12. Hi, I'm new and wonder if someone can help? I have an 11 month husky called Hugo - he's a very nice, friendly dog, but we have a couple of behavioural issues with him which I want to resolve. Over my week and a half Xmas break I spent a lot of time with Hugo, and we seemed to bond a lot more. As a result, he's much better behaved around me which is great. However, his behaviour around my partner has seriously deteriorated. Its like he sees me as the boss, but no longer respects her (he used to respect her more than me!) she's not working at the moment (COVID) so she's with him all day. She c
  13. Sounds great! All I did during the quarantine is a home office. When I started to work remotely, I realized I really need a place to work. That is why I found all the necessary devices on https://www.mrdepot.ca/products/canon-137-toner and ordered them for a good price. Then I bought furniture and several plants. The next stage will be home automation!
  14. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 19 votes towards this years awards and 28923 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  15. Thank you guys,this is super helpful! I really appreciate the help
  16. Agree with BB&S on personal experience but would suggest you read through this:- zincdeficiencyinsleddogs.pdf It sounds as if you MIGHT be on the right track - although please do not supplement with zinc until you have tested for it's deficiency. Excess zinc interferes with Copper and magnesium absorbtion - vital to the dogs metabolism Huskies & Malamutes can have a genetic defect which results in poor zinc absorption. Foods with large amounts of phytates can stop zinc absorption. Phytates are found in wheat and rice bran as well as cereal grains, soy and peanu
  17. I know ! She's a spoilt dog , getting a car just for her lol Shes doing well she's had a few bad/stiff days and I've noticed occasionally her right back knee will kind of roll in when she's walking so ill be mentioning that as it doesn't happen all the time
  18. No experience with zinc deficiency but when I noticed a rough patch similar to your boys I put a bit of sudocrem on it and it cleared up the nose looks a bit like he's scratched it from rubbing his nose or maybe burying something
  19. Wow, you got her a new car! That's quite nice of you! 😀 My guy has his "stiff" days and good days. On good days, he will even play Chase and run Zoomies in the yard. On bad days, he gets up slowly and hobbles around for the first few minutes...and we noticed that sometimes an extra long walk, or too much trotting/running, will make him extra-stiff the next day. The medications have side-effects like upset stomach, drowsiness... so, I'm trying to keep the dose to the minimum and see how he can do with a low-impact, healthy lifestyle. The way we give carprofen...I break
  20. Hey Guys, I'm very happy to be here, proud husky mama It's very nice to meet you all! My baby's name is Ragnar and he is 11 months old! I noticed he has a pinkish spot next to his nose and then a similar one on his eye? Have you guys seen this before? any ideas of what it could be? and as a side note, have any of you guys had any issues with a zinc deficiency? I believe he might have one and am currently giving a Zinc supplement. Have any of you gusy experience this with your babies? I appreciate all the help, thanks!
  21. Yes definitely recommend gates , if anything to keep pup from bolting when doors are opened as they're know to be escape artists
  22. I have two boys, one 6 yrs old and one 5 years old. I have a 4ft dog gate in the hallway - so I can open my front door without the dogs making a run for it, - Marley made a dash for it when I opened the door for the postman - he was around 14 weeks old. Luckily someone was walking down the street and I was able to shout to them to catch him for me - he was like greased lighting! I also have a baby gate at the top of the stairs - one of my dogs mission in life is to rid us of the pesky cat that lives upstairs, so this is a backup to the hallway gate - and another gate a
  23. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 18 votes towards this years awards and 28922 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  24. We live in the US, the summer is usually 3 months, which is 10-11 weeks, My mom is on board with the potty training and letting the dog out every hour, And since I read what you said about the destruction my mom has said if so the dog causes destruction, I will be paying for it, but I know it's all worth it and I'm willing to because it's all worth it. We plan to stick to schedule and use the bell method, We are also stacking up on cleaning supplies because all dogs make mistakes, Once I'm gone to school if we do get a puppy if my mom sees the puppy sniff or circle, and after such activities l
  25. I'm not sure where abouts you are based but in the uk summer half term (I'm assuming this is what you mean) is only 6 weeks long and it might take longer than that to toilet train so your mum definitely still needs to be on board and aware that a lot of that might still fall upon her , also with the chewing its not just about having the right toys etc, most sibes have plenty of toys and treats to chew on but still decide a sofa , a shoe , or even a wall makes a great snack
  26. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 17 votes towards this years awards and 28921 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
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