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  1. I like chocolate. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  2. I agree with robke. I had a similar issue and reduced the amount of kibble and fed twice a day. After the walk in the morning and a couple of hours before walk in the evening. Stop the treats and tip bits completely. One thing that's not mentioned a lot on here is ROUTINE. Feed and walk the same times every single day if possible. This cured my feeding issue. Good luck [emoji6] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  3. Oh yer. Thanks. Is it working now? Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  4. The £200 Mowgli Cam Test. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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  7. I have started giving supplements with Mowgli as he has a dodgy hock joint. I use dasuquin pro but after some researched found out I can use similar human supplements from holland and Barrett which cost 1/4 the price. This is what I'll be using once I finish this batch. Also worth noting. The better quality dog food has more additive in to aid joints etc but still no where near as much as dedicated supplements I am giving him these more as a preventive measure. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  8. I use the julius k9 idc with the safety strap with 50ft and it's great. Just rap lead round one hand and have a loop in the lead before holding with the second hand. Then be prepared for shoulder dislocation [emoji53] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  9. Just feed him more but monitor his weight and poo. As I walk mine a lot he needs more food. I am feeding Mowgli a cup more than a 45kg dog should need and he only weighs 30kg. A lot is down to the dog and the the amount of exercise they get which I have recently learnt. Dog are like humans. Sit on your arse all day and you don't need a lot of food. Run a marathon a day and you eat a huge amount. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  10. Food could still be the cause. I have had huge issues with finding the right food. I have used a product from Dorwest which helped. They also do a lot of other good stuff http://www.dorwest.com/Products/TB/tree-barks-powder-for-dogs-and-cats Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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  12. I have found internet diagnosing both myself and my pets always scares the hell out of me and it is never as bad as you read. This being said I would also get to the vets.
  13. Mowgli also eats grass. The first time he done it a few months ago he was being sick as he had a dodgy tummy. He now likes to stop during walks and eat a little and would carry on eating if I didn't drag him on. I read alot into this and its not much to worry about. Some dogs just like eating grass. They can be using it to self detox, Settle there tummy or just because there a pain in the arse and like to extend there walks by stopping to eat grass If in doubt take to the vets. I was worried and took Mowgli to the vets and they kindly said I was being a paranoid new dog owner and just to monitor him.
  14. Going by my Husky/Malamute X and other husky's I have seen I would say he has some malamute in him as his paws look bigger than normal. Very similar to my Mowgli. May be wrong though
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