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    This is a video I shot a few weeks ago. We are in the middle of the training season with our dogs. We've had some snow but it has melted again. So until we have proper snow we use a quad bike to train our dogs. With up to 12 dogs in front of it (sometimes even 14) they to absolutely crazy just before we start. This time I wanted a different perspective on it, a little bit calmer... I don't know why but I love looking at this. Every dog is doing something different, so much to see. And to add to that, this was Bee yesterday before launch, lol.
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    We use voice commands, if someone is walking past we tell em to turn the light on. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    got some spider, flies, ladybirds...all these cheap animals that do not need feeding...we just name them like George the spider...
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    Hi everyone, thanks for having me. I just adopted a female 2 year old husky 2 weeks ago. I am going to have a lot of questions. 😄 she is a very sweet dog and very gentle, fits right in with my lab, shepherd, and yorkie. Don’t ask I also have a lot of kids. My first question is what color do you think she is? First husky so I am starting to learn about them. Training is going well in the house so far. I heard these dogs can’t be of lease because they run. We will work on that. She’s learning very quickly from the other dogs. Thanks!
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    OK, so thats old news. But anyone else watch the new Doctor Who over the weekend? If so, what you think of the new doctor? Format of the program seems to have changed a bit, which is probably not a bad thing. I recon she might actually be quite good once you get used to her.
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    Looks great fun! Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
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    Wales is beautiful, I’m biased but it really is, pics are amazing. Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
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    Lovely pics, especially ones with the lighthouse. Some of those would make great postcards. Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
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    Amazing pics, they all look very happy. I’d love to see the look on people’s faces when they see you all out walking. Sent from my iPad using Husky Owners
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    Oh and they are strong. A while ago I jumped into the rabbit hole to answer the random question that had popped into my head one day: "How much horse power can a dog pull?" I found this interesting paper from 1957 where they did exactly that, to measure how much a sled dog can pull. For sustainable long distances a single trained sled dog can pull about 0.19 hp on average. But there are jolts, especially at the start to get the sled moving (like in this video for the quadbike). In the paper the maximum jolt was recorded at 0.235 hp. So for 12 dogs that means they could probably be pulling up to about 2.82 horse-power right in that video. Now short term we humans can output a lot of horse-power (think weight lifting). But if we're talking about sustainable long term, an untrained average adult can output about 0.27hp. A properly trained athlete could output as high as 0.54hp that that is probably really the absolute maximum we can reach. But.. we and dogs have a different power to weight ratio. We are heavier than dogs. So if you take the 0.19hp from the dog, divide it to their reported average dog weight (39kg), and multiple it by the average adult weight (62kg), a dog our size would output about 0.30hp. Which is in stronger than the average person!
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    He is a Welsh Springer Spaniel named Iwan...he is part of our pack...😀
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    We have 2 cats Misty and Diesel. No idea how old they are, I just know Diesel is older and a rescue. Luna tries to sniff both and she will rest her head on top of Misty. We have always had bad luck with cats. One was poisoned from drinking anti freeze (people who have pigeons put it out) 2 have been run over, I saw one the morning I went to the shop to get my daughters school break sweet... it was in a terrible state, ribs showing, eye hanging out and a lot of road rash, I had to go back and get it before I took my daughter to school as she was about 6 at the time and we would have had to walk right past it. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners Oh, Misty is always getting worms as she eats what she kills.... I have an old video on my laptop somewhere of her eating a mouse she caught. It is a tad graphic though since I get very close and u can hear the skull crunching, but she did eat every part Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
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    Wow very cutting edge! Er, I can see how garage door opening at random times of day could be a problem... feeling proud! we put the 18 channels we watch, into a favorites section and found a yellow button on the remote...press that and you will only see your “favorites”!! Woohoo! No more scrolling through 2000 channels! Good tip from Robke 😀
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    I agree, I don't think just laying on it would do that. Or mine would be that way too. LOL Either way. Stinking cute...
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    I wouldn't think it would be just from lying on it that shouldn't soften the cartilage enough to make it go floppy Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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    I have one 7 year old re-homed female husky, one 10 year old Female Maine Coon cat, one 5 year old Bengal male cat and 4 hens. It was a bit of a juggling act fitting the husky in but the Maine Coon adapted well by just not running away from the dog, the Bengal is a bit of a scaredy cat but he now will just step over the husky and they often touch noses, the hens well, the husky was fine with them until one day she wasn’t for some reason and despatched two of them so now they don’t share space lol. Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
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    Is his ear fine in its self? No sign of infection or anything , I know puppies ears can flop when they're teething but given he's 7 months old now I'd assume he's finished all that , I've never heard of an ear flopping at 7 months Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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    A bit muddled but this is when we arrived... even some young ladies where having a free run... And some more... And Iwan the Welsh Husky Spaniel had a go as well...
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    Aww, THANK YOU!![emoji4] On October 3rd, KAI-BABY just turned "18" & 6 MONTHS!! KAI is truly a gift from God!! The Vet asks what he eats...KAI says, "Human food duh!!"[emoji849]🤣 KAI gave up on dog food a long time ago. At that age, he deserves too and can eat anything he wants!! [emoji512][emoji992]️[emoji191][emoji252][emoji322][emoji4] Sent from my Moto Z (2) using Husky Owners mobile app
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    See I've always thought "What is wrong with the doctor being male?". There were a lot of things about asking why it was never a women, never black etc, and I dont see the logic. So the doctor can regenerate. That doesnt mean that it cant be "This timelord is a man" lol


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