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    [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Good saves us explaining then Rob. Think he's got us in enough trouble as it is.🤔
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    No no no no, that place scares me. I always worry that you lot will get me so drunk I’ll agree to something there. Then my bravado has to fight my dibilitating fear of heights. Just had a look at ‘freefall’ and got sweaty palms. Ares has already learnt to walk in the middle of a bridge and not go near the edge. Less than four months today! Where is our countdown Rob?
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    Caden is 6 years old. Super strong and super happy! Love to hike and we visit the surroundings parks as much as possible. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    It looks fun! You could do the forest rollercoaster instead you control the speed for that yourself apparently. A bit closer to the ground! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Marc, you listening? 😂
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    yes mate our new tent the big one.... had to book an extra wide pitch 6 x 10 meters LOLOLOL
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    Haha this would make some great husky camp footage [emoji23] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Wait until yours turn 1 it's like the terrible 2's, tantrums, being naughty for the sake of it and just generally not listening [emoji28] then they come good again, except they never truly listen well they do but they choose to do whatever they want. There aren't many huskies here but there are a lot up for adoption and I can understand why. Once you figure each other out and have routine it'll be easier and you'll get the most from them Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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    Welcome to the pack Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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    I've never used a wipe on my 2 , just put a blanket down you could be upsetting her ph balance and it could cause an infection Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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    I would not use wipes at all, not sure about all the chemical is them and what they would do to the pup... if needed to be done just a cloth with water would do it for me... but then they are wonderful at keeping themselves clean so mer personally would not even bother with that...
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    Very handsome dog - want to tell us something about him??
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    O how fun! I wish I had crates for mine from the start. It would have made things easier. LOL But the crate would be hard to hide. Hehhee Should video their reaction. It’s going to be awesome. I am really bad at keeping a surprise from my kids. I get so excited. LOL Good luck.
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    Best I bring the wetsuit then. 😁
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    Welcome. Been there times two. Mine are 10 months. They will be great for a time and then go backwards for a bit and then be fine again. LOL These guys have very high rehoming rates (at least where I live) please don’t give up. I thought a couple of times that I couldn’t do it and was going to rehome. But stuck it and these are my babies and I will not give up on them. Puppy proof, kiddy gates, and lots of training. Walk only at this age. 5 minutes per month old a couple of times a day. I was taking mine out 3x a day for 20 minutes at a time for lite walks. They do not eat as much as regular dogs and it has to be a good brand of food. They are very smart and will test you. Make sure she is not chewing on stuff that she will swallow and cause a blockage! My girl sneaks things all the time and we have had to go the the vets a lots for removing foreign objects. Keep up on training, be patient, no scolding, reward good behavior. You have your hands full but it will get better. And it is worth it.
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    Welcome it's very challenging. I always retell the story of me coming home in the middle of summer to find poos on our ottamen in the living room. It's difficult at that age and it's very tiring. Stick with it and give her the best chance she can because they are very smart and once trained properly will be a great companion Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app
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    Hi and welcome to the forum. She’s gorgeous. Love her different eye colours. I have recently gone through exactly what you are going through with my puppy Luna. We got her at nearly 6 weeks old and I have cried, felt like I was going mad and thought that getting her was a mistake. She was biting, leaving cuts all over my hands and face, she constantly needed attention and put a strain on my relationship with my boyfriend. However she is now 15 weeks old and the majority of the biting has stopped, I get way more kisses and she’s just a fluffy cuddle monster lol. I love her to bits and couldn’t imagine life without her. She has so much personality. No way am I experienced in husky ownership but just some advice from what worked with me. Don’t shout or use any force with her. Use positive reinforcement. Whenever she bit I would give her a toy to bite and praise her. When she got to much, I put her in the kitchen in timeout. She cried for a while but now when I put her in she is silent and comes out after a few minutes calmed down. Since yours is a puppy then I wouldn’t recommend running with her. Too strenuous on their growing joints. The rule is, 5 minutes of exercise per month of their age. So walk her for 10 mins a day outside or 15 when she’s 3 months etc. I would recommend taking her outside (carrying her until she’s had her jabs and can go outside). Getting her used to noise, smells, other people. If you can then take her to puppy class. Also teach her to wait, leave, sit etc. Use treats. She will pick it up quickly. Luna at 12 weeks could sit, give both paws, wait, go in basket, lie down etc. It feels like a bad decision at the minute for you but stick with it and she will get much better and will make the best companion. Huskies are amazing dogs but for first time owners, they can be overwhelming. Any other questions then just ask. Oh and one more thing. You will want to feed her good quality food. A lot of food is bad for huskies. Stay away from anything that contains wheat, grain, beet pulp etc. They are fillers and no good for your fur baby. I feed mine on puppy Taste of the Wild. One of the best food you can get. Not the cheapest but well worth it in the long run. Post some more pics and hello from me and Luna Thanks Amanda p.s you won’t believe hope quickly she will grow lol. Pic of Luna now at 15 weeks and at 7 weeks haha
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    Welcome to the pack , do you have a fenced in yard you can take her out in for toilet training? Sent from my [device_name] using http://Husky Owners mobile app


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