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  1. 4 points
    Hi All. You won’t believe it... I got a reply from them. See below. Our ref: TO2017/06318/AD Thank you for your email of 10 September to the Defra Helpline about the Control of Dogs Order 1992. If a harness is being used instead of a collar we see no reason why the harness would not be regarded as a collar for the purposes of the Control of Dogs Order 1992. Yours sincerely Anthony Davis Ministerial Contact Unit Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    I'm Jennifer and this weekend we got a Husky pup. The original owner couldn't keep him and asked her friend to help her find him a home and our home it is. He's supposed to be pure bred however he's a big boy and his ears are all floppy, lol. He was born August 10 so that makes him 9 1/2 weeks. His fur is a beautiful red brown. He's already crate trained and we are continuing her work with the potty training. Some days good, some are cleaning up some spots. I'd love to have your thoughts on his ears and if you think he might really be mixed. If so, with what?? It took over 24 hours and many trials to find the right name for him. This is our Scout. He's the third member of the pack.
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    Ahhh. I’m breaking the law again [emoji50]. Don’t worry, dog guard fitted now. Only like this for a couple of days. Mowgli made me buy him a Jeep as he likes 4x4’s so now I have another annual fee of tax, insurance and servicing which I blame on owning a husky. [emoji849]
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    Hi and he’s gorgeous! Love the reds! His ears may stand up, some take a while, love the pics to. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    Sly decided she was going to have her self a lay down and relax section why she was drinking her water after she flung it every where LOL!! [emoji3][emoji3][emoji3] Her paw is in the water on the other side :-):-) Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
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    They don't teeth till around 3-4 months old but like babies investigate everything with their mouths Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
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    I'd be worried about a dog slipping a harness n having no I.d tho, I guess in the laws eyes it don't matter Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Welcome to the pack, hes gorgeous [emoji3] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    Welcome to the pack , it can take a while for the ears to stand up , and even then once they've stood up when the pup teethes they can flop again for a bit , don't play with them as this softens the cartilage and they might stand up in time Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
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    My 2 don't have beds or blankets in their crates and they are happy enough! Astro destroyed a plastic bed when he was a pup and also a furry bed when he was older, he prefers a cold floor anyhow! And Koda attacks a Faux fur throw I have in the spare bedroom so I think he would do the same. It is perfectly normal! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    He is most definitely handsome :-) Some times the ears take some time. He looks so husky to me :-):-) you are one lucky person they kind of become a addiction lol :-):-) Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Never heard of a giggle ball. We'll look that up. Yeah, boredom is probably what it is--we have removed the blanket countless times, but every so often we will forget. Today was one of those days. But it sounds as though the general concensus believes it's boredom. Okay, that's a start--we will try to figure something out. Thank you all!
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    Handsome little dude!!! Sent from my 2PQ93 using Tapatalk
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    Yup, mine has eaten many a blankets and sheets while bored in her crate during the day. Can't blame her as its my fault. Sent from my 2PQ93 using Tapatalk
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    So sorry this happened, I know first hand how scary seizures are. Yukon has had epilepsy since he was 18 months old in November 2013. It's been a challenge getting the medications right, and he won't ever be seizure free. We started him on phenobarbital and it worked great for the first 7 months, and now he is on phenobarbital, Keppra, Zonismide, and Potassium Bromide. There is an excellent resource, http://www.canine-epilepsy.net that gave me some great information. If you have any questions don't hesitate to reach out. I have been through a lot over the last 4 years with Yukon's seizures. Good luck and I hope you can get them under control!
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    Aww they are so pretty what a happy family :-) I love the picture :-):-) Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Thank you I will ask my son to help me with that
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    WALKER hopefully is feeling better I pray. I would try one more time to ask the Vet if he could meet you "half way" & give you half your money back or future credit since he is at fault due to a huge bill with no help/results. (I do believe in second chances.) If the Vet says no the second time, I would then go to the Vet's company website & put a big "comment" out there for everyone to see. Also, I'd contact the Better Business Bureau (BBB) or an organization like that. So sorry this happened to you and WALKER.[emoji171] Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Wow, what kind of a vet is he? Thank goodness you took Walker to another vet, I hope he’s better soon. Maybe you could speak to him about the unnecessary pain he inflicted on Walker for his wrong diagnosis and a refund. Good luck! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    You could well find that the seizures will stop altogether now - that was the first thing my vet checked when I took Marley in because of seizures - they asked me when he was last wormed as it can cause seizures. So glad he is improving now.
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    Poor boy , hope he's ok soon , do u have anything like a citizens advice center? It might worth going and asking what u can do , if he's admitted a mistake then he should at least partial refund you even if it's just for the medication , tho the bloodwork should have told him that he has worms Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
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    problemis the JobsWorth idiots you meet 99 out of a 100 will say h the tag is on the harness thats ok, but 1 will be a complete Jobsworth and fine you for not having the collar. but also as others have said its best to have a collar on all the time in case they get out a window or from the garden whilst your back turns or slip harness as the furrballs can not tell a nice person they are Lost and where they live without one
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    Keta wears a collar and a harness not that you can see her collar with we fur. But it is there and her tag to. But I know what you mean . It I think you need a collar as they need them on all the time in case they escape so that you are covered. Hope this helps
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    Ha ha ha! Paul watches that show too. He's addicted to stuff like that. [emoji23] They are certainly getting around and up to tricks! Ps. Love your curtains! Really pretty. [emoji1360] Sent via the power of rubbish tapatalk

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