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    My puppies name is Blue. A 5 month old Siberian Husky. We rescued him at 8 weeks old. We live in Connecticut, USA. Thanks for having us here... 8 weeks old 5 months now
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    sleeping beauties [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Beautiful. Here are mine. Kira and niko Sent from my SM-G935T using Tapatalk
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    Hi, my name is Blue. I'm a 5 month old Siberian husky. And one more, the first day we rescued him at 8 weeks old.
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    Loving our new snowfall! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    He is not allowed to be upstairs, but how can you say no. Trying to sneak in
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    Hi Wolfpup! Luckily my local vets are only about 50 metres away, so I've arranged to pop in tomorrow and do just that. Thank you! Hey Emma, Yes I've noticed a few husky pups with this issue that don't see to have it going into adulthood. I asked the breeder over the phone this morning - she said he didn't have a lazy eye and that it was just his reaction to the camera flash. I'm not quite sure I believe that - but that being said, I've had a very positive experience with them thus far and have no basis for that paranoia...!
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    Great pics!!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    I feed mind Taste of the Wild and they do very well on it. I started with high prairie but now feed them wetlands. The nice thing about TOTW is that I can switch flavors without having to do the whole gradual change thing and never had any issues Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Too much protein can be a problem sometimes for non working dogs. Rapid growth and weight gain is not a good thing as that's one of the things that can lead to hip dysplasia later on down the line. But the other things about high protein is the extra energy it's producing that's not needed. Sometimes it can make them a little hyper and sometimes because it's still coming out the other end with a higher than average protein content it can lead to them re ingesting it. That said it is a good quality food without question. [emoji3] I've heard lots of people feed taste of the wild and speak highly of it. It is available in the U.K. But not widely available in the shops from what I've seen so I have not tried it myself. Purina and science plan are not great TBH. Fair enough if it's the best you have available to you then there's not much you can do but price wise you can find other better quality foods in a similar price bracket as science plan in particular is not cheap! Grain free is the way to go usually and pets at home have their own brand wainwrights which is pretty good. It's not in the same quality bracket as totw etc.. but it's head and shoulders above the majority of foods out there. Dogfoodadvisor.com is a good website for comparing brands. I've used it myself several times now. [emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app

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