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  3. Hi, Zola’s a beauty, very fluffy [emoji1] Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
  4. Hello, my name is Haguer. I live in Egypt. I am a recent owner of a 5 months old Husky Zola.
  5. She does look short in the muzzle and quite chunky for a husky, as Rob said she does look more lab. Did you see the parents? Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  6. Yes that would be fine, on their website there are guidelines for feeding pups and this should also be at the back of the bag It is expensive per bag but you don’t actually need to feed much of it due to the high protein content so it does kind of even out in price compared to cheaper brands which you have to feed more of The only thing I would say is what food is she on at the moment? My boy was on Arden Grange and I wanted to switch him to Orijen when he was a few months old, at the pet shop they said I would be better doing it in 2 stages to a medium protein food first as switching straight to a high protein food can upset their tummy. I put him on Canagan which is 60% meat 40% veg and he’s actually just been on that since as he likes that! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  7. They can eat raw at that age if that's a route you want to take Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  8. Jay

    Meet Luca

    Hello and welcome to the pack! You are not too far from where I am at! I know that I am in the minority here, but I do use the pinch collars, however I learned how to use them from my dog trainer and mine have never been injured. I think the problem is that people will throw them on a dog and just expect it to just work, which is not the way to go. They know when it's on and will not pull. But I get why people would not like them. If I ever thought it was hurting them I would find another way. Anyway, I would talk to a dog trainer or maybe enroll in some obedience classes. I used PetSmart and was very happy with them, but I heard it depends on the store. I was lucky to have great trainers.
  9. Jay

    Hello

    Hello and welcome to the pack!
  10. I know its not quite the same but I changed Marley onto completely raw diet at 12 weeks old. I certainly could not afford to feed orijen.
  11. Jay

    Nina

    Welcome to the pack!
  12. They can flop when pups are teething and can stand back up again after , try not to play with them so it doesn't soften the cartilage Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
  13. Can I feed my 5 month old husky girl orijen tundra since it’s the only one in the US that still gets made in there North Star kitchen?
  14. honey badger just wants to play.
  15. Have the ears been played with a lot? I know that can have an affect on their standing ability. Don’t know whether they’d stand again, odd how they did now they don’t Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
  16. Hi, lovely pic [emoji1] Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
  17. It can take a while to work out fear issues, is it possible for you to put some lights outside for when it’s dark and leave the door open for her so she go outside as and when she wants to. One of mine saw a behaviourist for fear issues and it was the best thing I did for him. Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
  18. They love to bite, puppy classes didn’t work too well for mine, too hyper! Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
  19. Welcome [emoji5] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  20. Have had her out everyday socialising her and meeting other dogs and she’s great. Her teeth though, she’s a four legged jaws at the moment! I’ve booked her in for puppy classes too but it’s so busy I have to wait until next month [emoji17] This was her last night on a dog walk with about 8 other huskies/malamutes IMG_7399.HEIC Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  21. Not sure what it end to be but allas we cannot go there...
  22. I am not sure about that either but I must say Winter does look more like a lab then a husky is she a cross?
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  24. Furthest I’ve gotten her is to the garage and that’s about 50 feet from front door. Usually she plants around the 10 feet out. I would never “force” her, that’s as a bad choice in words. What I meant was continue to keep her leash tight calling her trying to show her I’m not afraid and it’s ok. Instead of letting her be afraid and think it’s legitimate. She’s fine in the morning when it’s dark it’s only from sundown on that she is sketch. She will barely go on the screened porch without tail tucked and always ready to bolt in. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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