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  2. Teona

    Reading time!

    What are you reading now? (not only litterature about dogs, of course :3) I really love comic books and blogs format. What about you? I do a research about what people read nowadays so I would be greatful for your answers. Have a good day!
  3. We use a shedding blade, and it works great. The blower is a good idea as well.
  4. Looks normal to me too the lighter fur is the undercoat the darker is the guard hairs as hes blowing his coat hes getting rid of the undercoat so leaving only the guard hairs behind making him look darker/patchy , the fur will grow back in as the seasons change Even tho my girl is pure white she looks like a completely different dog when shes blown out her undercoat
  5. TO. ask away...a general tip, do not let your fur baby of lead...
  6. robke

    Shedding

    Looks normal to me...what brush are you using?
  7. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 233 votes towards this years awards and 28336 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  8. So, my husky is currently shedding, we adopted him from a shelter and the first six months of shedding his coat looked very nice. We've had him for almost 2 years now and the more he sheds the worst his coat looks, it gets very patchy and less of a solid color. He gets really dark spots and then some lighter, more blonde spots and he is very young, three this year. I want to know if this is normal, also if I can do anything besides brushing like using a certain shampoo or taking him to the groomer more often and seeing if that will help. Let me know.
  9. Hi all! I am a husky owner to my handsome husky who is about to turn 8 months. I joined the site to gain more knowledge on general husky information! Any advice or general tips are helpful. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-G930A using Husky Owners mobile app
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  11. Welcome to the pack, what is your question , we will help if we can
  12. Welcome to the forum .............................. what is your question?
  13. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 232 votes towards this years awards and 28335 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
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  15. Hello! I am Melissa and I have a Husky baby (Meiko), well hes almost two this November 8th. I picked him out at 4 weeks old and he has been with me since! (Few pics included) It is nice to meet everyone! I joined to help me learn alittle more about training and to share with everyone as well! I do have a question I would love a opinion on:) If anyone is willing to help
  16. Not sure what type of show you are entering her in. Requirements can be different. But show standards here are the first picture. My female carries like picture one and can be shown. My male carries curled and would be disqualified. How fun and good luck.
  17. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 231 votes towards this years awards and 28334 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  18. Not mine when on the move straight in the air like an arrow...lol
  19. Tails look fine the way they're holding them , when relaxed their tail will be down, when on the move it curves
  20. I don't know if her tail is down because she's in a cage and when she sees a dog he automatically lifts it up and the other female keeps up.Here you can see how you do when it's in the presence of her mother.This brighter is her. 55298996_631704180611699_5228022969388761088_n.mp4
  21. I think that unless your dog is frightened for some reason, her tail will be naturally up on its own! A dogshow is an exciting and interesting place. When my dog goes on walks, his tail is almost always up (his is more like fourth picture over) so I'm sure it would be up at a place with so many other dogs and people. I have not heard of a way to "train" a dog to hold its tail up? For breed standard, you probably have to post a picture of your husky standing in the right show pose from side...? Members who know more about this stuff, could see her body structure better than a picture lying down.
  22. Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 230 votes towards this years awards and 28333 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
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