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  2. His grip is getting stronger each day. He grips and thrashes around his head. It is getting super difficult to get him off clothes especially coz his teeth dig in. Is it alright to hold him by the scruff to loosen the grip? Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  3. Such a cutie [emoji173] Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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  5. Introduce them slowly and just keep an eye on them when they play as huskies can be rough. I have a chihuahua and my husky is fine with him. My chihuahua is the boss. To be honest if be more worried about the chihuahua as they are little lions.
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  7. She looks so proud of her tinkle. 😂 What a good girl.
  8. I don’t know if these effect anyone across the pond.. But just Incase anyone else was wondering about how safe their fur babies food is. It was interesting to read.
  9. Welcome to the pack Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  10. Pure bred yes , 2 months nope , looks more like 4 weeks Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app My boy and his family at 4 weeks (at the breeders) And 6 weeks (at the breeders) Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  11. I think he’s younger than they said he was! He does look husky but it’s easier to tell when they have grown up Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  12. There is a couple of trains of thoughts on exchanging your hand with a chew toy. It could be rewarding the behavior or it will teach them to chew on their toy instead of you. My daughter would offer the toy and I would ignore them.... They stopped biting me first. LOL but I honestly think they stopped with me first because I am the one that is home with them all day and I do all their feedings and training. So I say go with whatever works best for your pup. It takes time and lots of patients and training.
  13. I am also trying to offer him a chew toy in place of a hand/feet when he is in a bitey mood. Will stick to this schedule and share the progress with you guys [emoji4] Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  14. He does look small for 2 months but maybe he was the runt.... or he could be just on the smaller side. If the ears are going to stand they will. Just don’t play with them right now. Playing with the ears will breakdown the Cartledge and keep them from standing up. I think he looks Husky. Take lots of pics. They grow quickly.
  15. Welcome. He is adorable.
  16. I did the same thing as Wolfpup and my male stopped around 4 months old. My female still does it once in awhile. They are 10 months. Don’t mouth play with either. That will in courage the behavior. I got mine when they were 7 weeks and I had to go through the nippy phase and we are dealing with separation anxiety now.
  17. Hi! I'm new here and also a first time owner of a husky puppy. His name is Jarvis (from the Avengers, Tony's computer.. 😁) He was born last November 11, 2018 and I got him last January 11 of this year.
  18. Hi, I just got a male husky puppy last January 11. The seller said he was born last Nov. 11, 2018 so he was exactly two months old when we got him. His name is Jarvis by the way.. I was just wondering if I was tricked because he looks small for a two-month old husky. The seller said he is a purebreed but some people said he looks small for a two-month old. I don't think he's sick because he eats normally and is very playful. He still eats the same type of food from what the seller has fed him. And are his ears supposed to still be floppy at two months? I would still love him the same though even if he wasn't a purebreed but I just want to know if he really isn't. I don't want to tell people that asks if he's purebreed that he is and then turns out he's not. What do you guys think?(his pictures attached) InShot_20190117_002238535.mp4 V_20190116_133021_EH1.mp4 V_20190116_131052_DOC0.mp4
  19. My pups loved Taste of the Wild. I had to take them off of it because they had an allergy to it. I agree with everyone... they can get finicky by they won’t starve themselves. Not a fan Royal. But whatever works for your pup. Not sure where you are from.... these guys are medium breed but where I live I can only find either small breed or large breed. I went with large. I agree with BBnS. You need the correct size kibble and make sure the nutrients is for the correct size.
  20. I've never seen a dog that wont eat sardines in spring water - mine have never gotten fed up of them
  21. Oh gosh that's even worse at around 4/5 weeks is when they are weaned from mum but they should still stay with mum and siblings to learn your just going to need a lot of Patience Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  22. I love his eye color so much. Hope it stays so [emoji85] Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  23. I feed taste of the wild which is a fairly good kibble. If they are off the food just top it with something they like. I used to top with a bit of olive oil now sardines. She will eat the bowl clean. I'm sure I'll need to change again soon but keep the same kibble base Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  24. This is very helpful all. I am first time husky parent and it has been a challenging couple of weeks. I will try the 'stop playing and ignore' approach during play time when Alpha gets bitey. I also read somewhere about tapping on the nose and saying NO firmly. What is your take on that? Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  25. I agree with BB&S - a vet visit is called for. Marley was 3 when he suddenly developed food allergies - 9 to be precise. A simple blood test could rule out food allergies. Does your dog have to be kenneled when you are out at work? Does she have boredom busting toys for when she is alone? - she could have separation anxiety. There could be dozens of reasons why she is doing this - but I would try and rule out food allergies and environmental allergies first, mites secondly, - both could be found out by a vet visit. Hope you get it sorted for her sake.
  26. I personally would not feed Royal Canin - its not the best by a long shot (despite its clever marketing). I dont feed kibble anyway so am not the one to advise you (I feed raw) - but there are people on here who may be able to advise you a better quality kibble type food if that is what you want to feed your beautiful Winter. We all have different ideas about feeding - and we all respect each other's choices.
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