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  1. Now the little monkey has snuck it inside!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
    5 points
  2. Destroying my plants eating her marrow bone treat!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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  3. I absolutely LOVE this design, so I thought I would share!!
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  4. Hi all, Quick question, I am not overly worried. More curious if anything. All vets are closed and I will call them on Monday just to double check. Am I going crazy? Loki had his C5, Kennel cough and wormer at the vets yesterday. Roughly five hours later he turned into a dangerously hyper active ( zero inhibitions) , loud ( barking excessively when he never has before) , almost aggressive version of himself. Reactive to noises when he never has been before. Super on edge. Went to sleep, woke up same time as usual, had breakfast the normal routine. But was the same over the top version as last night. I am doing all the normal things and he is struggling but keeping it in check I think he is exhausted. Until something sets him off again and we start all over again. I know this must sound like a silly question, but has anyone ever experienced a side effect / reaction to a vaccination like this before? Usually I would put it down to puppy being a puppy and pushing the boundaries. But it was such a sudden and massive shift. I appreciate all changes should be treated as serious, this is not something I would consider serious enough to visit the emergency hospital. Right now unless something changes I am happy to wait till tomorrow to take him in. He is currently sleeping at my feet, but I can tell he isn't settled. Any noise and he wakes up. This is the puppy that fell asleep during his first thunder storm ( I had locked myself out and we had to literally sit it out on a door step ). Picture because, well look at how damn cute he is. Has the lie down and wait thing mastered ( only because of the number of photos I take )
    3 points
  5. This was after about half an hour! She loves being groomed but it’s hard work, I can’t seem to ever get to a stage where I can see her skin! Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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  6. He is doing very well. The cone is now off so that's my shins also healing well lol. His hair is growing back nicely. He is loving all the fuss πŸ’™πŸ•πŸ’™
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  7. Its that time of year again in our household, Amy is blowing her coat like theres no tomorrow!! This is just a quick brush before tea!!! And yes, she has chewed the handle!!!! [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app She goes from bright white to this mucky yellow as the undercoat is ready to come out, she looks really unkempt and scruffy!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners Thats enough for tonight mum now LEAVE ME ALONE!!! [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
    2 points
  8. I’ve never heard of a reaction like that! But if you are concerned could you ring the out of hours vets for advise ( without the over priced cost)? And yes, he is damn cute [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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  9. I think the vast majority of dogs and cats will birth without any help or problems, they are much better at it than humans lol. Of course be watchful but I’d just let them get on with it. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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  10. Your right, it's not necessary or required for Vet visits near end of pregnancy. I'm not experienced at all with breeding. Just know some things from my friends and being their at birth time. Mine are both neutered/spayed thank Goodness. But I would personally love going thru the entire 63days/birth if I ever get another female. But since I'm a worrier and have anxiety, it would not be good for me to have puppies LOL!! Definitely we are the Cherokee Gals!! [emoji8][emoji171][emoji171][emoji260][emoji274][emoji262] ~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~
    2 points
  11. She actually does thin it out, she bites bits of plants off if they get in her way, even the gooseberry bush which is full of thorns!!! [emoji33]
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  12. She is just thinning it out for you and rearranging it a bit. 🀣🀣🀣 What a great snack for her to have while she is on break from all that hard work she did for you πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚
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  13. I asked the vet if i could just move in [emoji23] luckily I was only charged for treatment and not the consultation too Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
    2 points
  14. @Huskys At Play looks like we didn't get the snow! My boys were hoping for it (me, not so much!). Looks like Chicago got most of it....
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  15. If ALINAH ever got pregnant momma I would be there that day no questions and stay for the 63 days to help keep the worry out [emoji4][emoji4][emoji178][emoji178][emoji177][emoji179][emoji179][emoji179][emoji179][emoji252][emoji252] X-RAYS do okay with the puppy Gage thing but they can't really see them tell about day 50-55 also on day 22 they can take a blood test that tells if the husky in question is pregnant there will be a different hormone running through the blood stream [emoji4][emoji4] They could also ultrasound but you have to shave the husky for that and it's just not worth it even if it is only on the tummy [emoji6] The ultrasound can be done between 30-45 and it can give you sort of a figure you can also do it between 50-55 just like with pregnant women to kind of see what's in there. [emoji4][emoji4][emoji4] I'm hoping and praying for the best for you and your puppies@DarkSunshine [emoji4][emoji4][emoji4][emoji7][emoji8][emoji178][emoji252][emoji177][emoji177][emoji179][emoji179][emoji177][emoji177][emoji177][emoji177][emoji179][emoji179][emoji179][emoji178] Puppies are such a joyful thing πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€— Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app I'm sorry the nerd part of me came out hahaha [emoji4][emoji4][emoji4][emoji23][emoji23] Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
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  16. AMY looks a little smaller with less fur fur!! She looks so beautiful & cozy bcuz of her great groomer Mama!! I like to use the slicker brush all over mine first. Then I use the Rake to pull their undercoat out. Both do wonders!! Comfy Huskies make Happy Huskies!!πŸ€—[emoji252][emoji8][emoji178] ~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~
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  17. Yeah wording doesnt help anything really [emoji3][emoji179] Nervous is almost an understatement lol [emoji23] I had friends parents [emoji4][emoji4] And now friends that I help [emoji16][emoji16][emoji16] I try to stay confident most of the time sometimes it wavers hahaha [emoji4] [emoji191] I LOVE helping people [emoji178][emoji177][emoji252][emoji252][emoji179][emoji179] Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app Yeah worrying not working lol I'm sorry [emoji23][emoji16] Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
    2 points
  18. They're amazing little animals , they're just like having puppies that never grow up but are a little bit more obedient n don't take as long to toilet train lol Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
    2 points
  19. Eating in living room and there's this beggar Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk Only 20 here now in NE ohio. Saw snow too Sent from my SM-N950U using Tapatalk
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  20. I feed raw 99% of the time, they have had kibble in the morning but they’re not overly keen, it’s a personal choice feeding raw or kibble and it’s not helpful to judge other people’s choices. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
    2 points
  21. I'm sure you could fashion something like that with the tap at husky camp [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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  22. Amy looks happy to be resting on that comfy bed 😍 She is adorable! I should have huge muscles from all the combing I have been doing latelyπŸ˜‚
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  23. I am an experienced breeder, you should have a mentor helping you with this. I am sorry if you are going through this alone. Messaging is a difficult way to mentor someone through a process like this. Every dog is different. I know you have read that they will stop eating before they go into labor but I have had mom's that have eaten an hour before first birth. They can appear like they are ready for several days before actually giving birth. I can try to help with questions. But you should have a vet on standby in case she does need a C-section. The only true sign is the breaking of the amniotic sac in which a flood of fluid will come out. Shortly after you should have your first pup. Or if the sack does not break ahead of time, you will see her pushing out a water balloon that will eventually break. Do not pull on the puppy to help out, you do not want to dislocate anything. The signs you are seeing now can last up to 7days.
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  24. Oh I LOVE THIS MUG!!! I like the black one but so gorgeous!! [emoji4][emoji477][emoji171][emoji262][emoji260] ~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~
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  25. You could ring the emergency vets for advice , they should be able to give you advice over the phone without seeing him especially if he's otherwise ok in himself Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app Sorry just seen u have rang , is there only one emergency vet u have? Maybe another will have better advice
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  26. This one probably is but it also comes in a lighter color which I will probably get, along with one of the shirts that has the same design!! Here's a link to the lighter colored mug!! https://www.tee89.com/nh-husky-66?retailProductSlug=E1F8A03E57F5B2-09EC1A0E36D6-MS3-TC1001-ASH
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  27. How old is he? Has he had anything different ( apart from jabs) that you can think off? Maybe just being a little **** Amy had a day like that yesterday, hyper, whining, excitable, jumping up at my treatment room door trying to get in, no change in routine just being a madame, all back to normal today!!! Typical husky??? Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
    1 point
  28. I did and got a very generic " if you are worried bring him in, otherwise keep an eye on all the vitals" response. :/ Understandable considering that what I am describing is essentially a hyper active puppy.
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  29. Oh my goodness, 😲I would think the thorns would discourage her from messing with that one. πŸ€ͺ What a good looking boy you have there. πŸ’žβ€οΈπŸ’ž
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  30. You have such a sweet soul Angie. I believe you would do just fine. You would feel like you just got off a roller coaster of emotions when done and you would keep ALL the babies if you could because you would be so attached to themπŸ˜˜πŸ’•β€οΈπŸ’žπŸ€—
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  31. ALINAH-BABY~ [emoji272][emoji259][emoji272]HAPPY 1ST BIRTHDAY[emoji272][emoji259][emoji254] YOU ARE MY SWEET PRECIOUS BABY!! I LOVE YOU!![emoji307][emoji322][emoji324] ~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~
    1 point
  32. Angie, everyone has to do what makes them comfortable. If that would make you feel better it is just fine to take her to the vet. I'm just saying it is not necessary. Puppies do come out breech. My girls have had several breech babies with no difficulty at all. It is not the same as humans and a breech birth. I personally prefer not to subject my girls to x-rays during pregnancy. The last thing I need is a nervous mommy resulting in a bad case of the runs which is not good for her or the babies she is carrying. Everyone has their own preference. I am skilled in feeling for the puppies by palpation using my hands and listening to heartbeats with a special stethoscope. So it is easy for me to know when the last one is out. Some prefer to use xrays to get a count (not always accurate) to know when she has delivered her last one. Everyone needs to do the best thing for them according to their experience and comfort levels. πŸ’• I have no doubt your sweet babies are in the best hands with you. You have such a kind heart and it shows in everything you write πŸ’žπŸ€— i am glad I am getting to know you. My grandmother was 100% Cherokee Indian. So we have a little something in common😊.
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  33. I only mention and recommend taking all pregnant Mamas to Vets very close to delivery to get complete check & have an XRay to ensure the positioning of the first pup is not going breach and to tell how the positioning is with the others pups (except you don't know exactly how every pup will come out). XRays do give a pretty good gage of how many pups are in there. If my girl ever got pregnant, I would take Mama to Vet for all three stages throughout pregnancy. (It's of course not a requirement) but a personal choice...plus I'm a worrier and will spend extra dollars for my own piece of mind but especially the well being of Mama/pups. I'm praying@MARKIE that WINTER has a beautiful delivery!! Also a beautiful delivery for your Mama too@DarkSunshine!!! [emoji8][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252][emoji178][emoji178][emoji171][emoji274] ~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~
    1 point
  34. Wet food is really bad for dogs teeth, I wouldn't favour that over kibble. And not all kibble has cereal in it, the one I feed my dogs doesn't it's 60% chicken 40% veg, and you can get kibble with a higher meat content such as Origen Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
    1 point
  35. Simka: Meaning great happiness or joy....What better way to describe him? Natalie & Simka
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  36. Beautiful pics! You have a wonderful family Natalie & Simka
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  37. Aww AMY looks very peaceful sleeping [emoji8][emoji179][emoji177][emoji177]πŸ€— I'm feeling your pain blowing coat season is here πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€— It makes for good bonding time [emoji4][emoji4][emoji4] She got confused and thought the brush was a Chew Toy [emoji4][emoji4][emoji4][emoji1][emoji1][emoji1][emoji23] AMY is very pretty and completely content on that bed [emoji4][emoji4][emoji173]️[emoji171][emoji177][emoji177][emoji179][emoji178][emoji178][emoji179][emoji8][emoji252] Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
    1 point
  38. Thanks Markie, I just don't want to see anyone worrying so much. I know how nervous I was my first time. I had the best mentor. He was a vet that had golden retrievers that he showed and bred. He and my many years of experience gave me the confidence I have today. Just when you think you experienced it all, something new comes up. If I can help in any way, I will. ❀️😊
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  39. I have had nights like that myself, well actually weeks πŸ€ͺ. Yes, I am that kinda mom 😲. I am with them constantly for the last week or more if they go over. My husband feels like he has been abandoned during that time because I am next to the whelping box and I don't leave πŸ€—. My girls get real clingy to me during that time and they are more relaxed so I stay with them to keep them comfortable. Winter probably likes that too ❀️. After the pups are born and you are sure they are all latching on and nursing well, she will be very busy and not need you so much so you can get back to your normal day life and start focusing on your task of puppy training and socialization when the time comes. Lots of fun stuff ahead. Plus you are keeping one so that is so exciting!!!! πŸ’•β€οΈπŸ’žπŸ˜πŸ’–πŸ’“πŸΎπŸ•
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  40. Yes I was to it made me calm down. She is settle a lot more today [emoji171][emoji178][emoji178][emoji2] She has been laying down sleeping almost all day [emoji99][emoji99][emoji252][emoji252][emoji252] She is getting her rest in [emoji178][emoji178][emoji178] Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
    1 point
  41. I was just Playing around with the alcohol names and the holiday of the month. I wouldn't touch it either 🀣, it is nasty stuff. No offence to those that like it. I would prefer a Sissy girly wine cooler 😬
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  42. Andy, this is the month of Thanksgiving, I would recommend replacing the Jack with Wild Turkey! πŸ¦ƒ πŸ˜πŸ‘
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  43. Looks good to me! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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  44. My new boy King waiting for the ups guy to bring his new harness!
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  45. I do both they get raw at night and Taste of The Wild for breakfast and Lunch. They both work just fine. It's personal preference. Research as@Jo said but feeding good quality dog food is a way to go and I will say much simpler then feeding raw. [emoji4][emoji4][emoji4] Sent from my Pixel using Husky Owners mobile app
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  46. Aww sorry to hear he had to loose it , I'm sure he'll manage just fine with one eye , they're amazing how they adapt, is he still young? Sent from my E6653 using Husky Owners mobile app
    1 point
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