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  2. I keep all rooms closed in the bungalow. My two have an XXL crate and a bed down in the inner hall with access through the kitchen and 24/7 access via dog flap to rear garden/run area. Fresh water outside in two 2.0L bowls. My boy likes to shut himself in a room, then howl or 'myther'. I doubt if much damage would happen but they know the other rooms are out of bounds, unless we're home and using them. ?
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  4. In Lidl earlier buying the dogs their chickens and as we're (me and mum) At the checkout this man behind me goes , excuse me , sorry but are you the girl with the 2 huskies! ? I get recognised all the time thanks to Blaze and Skyla lol , literally can't go anywhere ?
  5. Is it fresh bedding in particular? Reason being, our Frenchie used to pee on freshly laundered bedding to put her scent on it. Sounds silly but if we rolled around on it first, then it smelt of us and she wouldn't do it. Perhaps she didn't like my choice of fabric conditioner, lol.
  6. Hi! I'm new to this forum but figured someone may be able to give some type of insight. I have a 5 month old husky Pomeranian mix (1/4 pomeranian). She's usually very well behaved other than a couple of accidents in the house here and there. BUT starting a few days ago she has been peeing in our bed. This isn't while we're sleeping or anything, but if we're in the house and not keeping an eye on her for a minute or so, she'll go in for the pee (I don't think it's because she isn't getting attention, because she usually likes to keep to herself anyway). She isn't letting us know that she needs to go out when this happens, she seems to just do it for no reason. We haven't changed much about her routine or anything, we've been bringing her out more than usual with the nice weather coming. Nothing much in the past week has been different that I can pinpoint as a cause. We did move apartments a month ago, but all seemed fine until now. I'm wondering if anyone has advice on why she might be doing this if maybe you've heard of experienced this situation before? I'm also wondering how to get her to stop, of course. Any advice would be excellent!
  7. robke

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    would be a good idea stop wasting time doing that is cutting into your beertime...
  8. Okay Dokay Logan will make a note....
  9. Marc

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    Yeah, I'd stop reinstalling if I were you lol
  10. I had a chat with Logan and he still wants to come to camp. On Sunday, he had a big chunk cut out of his bottom jaw and it is now quite fragile. He has strict orders from the vet of no ‘mouth play’. I know we are all really good with asking before giving treats or anything, but some of us know each so well now, we may forget. Logan can’t have anything hard/crunchy/chewy, he is on small soft treats only. Don’t even say ‘chicken feet’ to him! On the positive side, IT IS ONLY 16 DAYS ‘TILL CAMP!
  11. Should that be ‘beer with’? i assume that is why the app doesn’t work for me. I’ll stop reinstalling it now. Lol
  12. Marc

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    Technical details: We aware, tis broke, shall fix, bear with
  13. Thank you ROB for the update!!?
  14. Keep in mind your puppy is only 5 months old. MANA is just a baby and still growing & developing. You do not want to run her on your 10Ks... she's way too young to run like that. She should just be walked right now. @BingBlaze n Skyla said it best...MANA should only be walked no more than 25mins at a time. You could buy a harness & leash for more controlled walking. You can teach her tricks like sit, shake, high five, etc., using training treats. Huskies love to learn. Also, you should buy a crate for her to stay in while you're working. That's for her own safety and your house's safety. MANA is just beautiful!! Good luck with your baby girl!! ????
  15. He's too young to be running, it should be 5 mins per month of age per walk so at 5 months 25/30 mins per walk no running until 12 months of age
  16. robke

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    no problems...solution is close but no date given yet...
  17. olmoggy

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    K, thanks ill keep checking it
  18. robke

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    we are...but the forum has had an upgrade and tapatalk is walking behind with it...they are all busy working to get it all working and up to date again...
  19. olmoggy

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    Is the forum no longer on tapatalk? Thats the only way i use to access it
  20. would like to but you do need to post them
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  22. There is only one door in my house that Marley cannot open (the front door), and that is because its kept permanently locked. He even worked out how to unlock the back door and open it. Hubby used to tell me off for forgetting to lock the back door at night - until we watched him paw continually at the key until it turned enough, then he hit the handle and pulled the door open. They are master houdinis. As your pup gets older he will become less trustworthy - and once his prey drive fully kicks in he must not be let off lead. There are husky owners who are adamant that their dog is different, always comes when called etc - but too many owners have learned the hard way that one day for no apparent reason their dog just started to run, and never came back. For me its always on lead, - the only time off lead is in a VERY secure dog park, minimum of 6ft fencing, I always need to be thinking of security - because my little fluffball is always thinking about security frailties and weaknesses. I love huskies - mine keeps me on my toes.
  23. Mine haven't opened door handles but I've heard a lot of stories over time from people whose huskies have. Incredible how smart they can be and so quick to learn the things that they want to learn. Which is usually the things you don't particularly want them to do. ?
  24. Yeah I’ve got along horse rope we’ve just started doing that two weeks ago and he was pulling me to run at sheep and I thought then omg I’ve got to sort this. I just read the trust post too which was gd to read 1CAEC55F-54EA-4E8A-A9B9-DF8B3A3B5902.mp4 Mana has even opened our doors has anyone’s husky done that he’s done it 3x and it’s the hardest door handle to open for a child
  25. Unfortunately what you're finding out now is that huskies have a much higher prey drive than most other breeds of dog and are not good off lead due to this. If there's an opportunity to hunt then they're most likely going to take it and once they go, they turn deaf to everything else around them. When running with him, you can get a walking belt which goes around your waist to keep your hands free. You can also get long leads (50/100ft) like the horse ones when out in fields away from the livestock, to give more freedom yet still remaining under your control.
  26. Hi everyone I’ve just realised I didn’t do my homework Trully or I didn’t want to believe he’d do it because he has been so well behaved and staying home while I went to work. Mana is only 5 months we live on a farm and has bn awesome around sheep and cattle but lately while I’m running him if he saw sheep he’d just take off. He picks and chooses when he will listen but doesn’t bite when I’m there just seems like he’s running and playing. Today I came home and he’d worried two sheep my hubby is giving me 1 last chance so I am planning to tie him up when I am at work now and take action we have bn running 10k everyday he’s sits and lies down on command. I am planning to spend more time with him so any ideas fellow husky owners I love him so.
  27. She looks fine to me too. ?
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