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  2. Has anyone ever seen a trauma mass on the back of their husky neck? Notice yesterday a big lump on the back of my husky neck after playing with almost a year old German Shepard about same size. They like to bite each other neck but German Shepard likes to grab and pull. This is the first time she got a lump about size of half of baseball. It’s moveable and it drops to right side of her with her loose neck skin. She is about 1.5years old and they played like this all the time before and never noticed anything like this. Maybe she had a small swollen neck after playtime I never noticed before? I hope it’s not a serious one and it’s just a trauma mass from too rough play yesterday. She has no issue with eating or playing with little one and doesn’t feel any pain at all. Out other husky is only 4mo old male.
  3. He honestly looks like he's done , the knobbly knees are his growth plates once those are less prominent it means they're done
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  5. Yes this is a recent picture taken a few days ago. I can get better picture of his front paws.
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  7. I came here wondering the same thing. I live in Australia and it was a 42 degree day today and he was just wanted out the back to sunbathe. Very strange he is an extremely fluffy dog.
  8. Do you have any pics ? It sounds like it could possibly be zinc deficiency which is common in huskies
  9. Do you have a picture? Especially of the front legs , the growth plates on the front legs are usually quite a good indicator
  10. My husky has a few crusty spots on his head. They dont seem to bother him. But this isn't the first time this has happened the last time all the hair under is mouth fell off and turned red and scabby. I took him to the vet and put him on antibiotics and changed his food several times. And found something called orijin. Six fish that and the meds seemed to clear it up last time. He was good for a few months and now the problem is back. Anyone run into something like this.
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  13. Do you remember how tall he was at 6 months. My boy just turned 6 months and is 23 inches 55 LBS, but I don't know when siberians stop growing. Different places have different charts.
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  18. It is quite noticeable in pups/dogs that have been deprived of nutrition to eat poop - especially other species like deer - there are still nutrients in poop and the dog may well have only had poop to eat for days at a time. Also some dogs pick up on the mother's instinct to eat the poop of her pups in order to keep the den clean and not attract other carnivores (hereditary trait). This post may be of help. https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/16-reasons-dogs-eat-poop-and-what-to-do-about-it/
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  20. Pineapple added to food is supposed to help , might be worth taking him out on the lead to start aswell so u can distract him
  21. I rescued a 6 month old puppy last month. He was malnourished and kept in a crate a lot. He was not potty trained or neutered. I just got him neutered and all his shots. Working on potty training but what I have noticed is when he goes out back with our other dog he eats poop. How do I stop him from eating poop? His poop, her poo, deer poop. I've had 3 other huskies and have never had one eat poop.
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  25. I have two boys - one is around 3-4 inches taller & longer than the other one. Each puppy gets a set of genes from each parent - but inside the zygote the 'information' is mixed randomly - its is quite possible that he got the working genes for shorter legs.
  26. I am so sorry for your sad news - run far handsome boy, run free.
  27. My husky is almost 8 months old and is super short my other husky puppy who is only 5 months old and is a female has already outgrown him both puppies eat the same food both of his parents were normal height his dad was taller then the average husky too he’s not underweight he’s pretty thick and heavy his legs just stoped growing
  28. Jay

    Yukon

    Thanks everyone it’s still hard but I know he’s free of pain. But I miss him so much
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