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    Guys, just forgive me for offtopic, but since the forum related husky, I decided to register here to ask an important question. I am writing a paper which is related to husky and how they affect the psychological health of a person.. In addition to scientific data, it would be useful for me to gather the opinions in this field. I would be very grateful for any information and your thoughts.
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    Sorrh for the late reply! My phone doesn't have notifications for some reason... For some reason the water caused her eyes to get red. We think she may have been allergic to something in the water, but it seemed to have only affected her eyes. Fall pollen maybe? Since it collects in the water? Not totally sure to be honest. She does have a light skin patch on one of her eyes as well. It is kind of concerning when you first see it! The vet says it is good though, so I just keep an eye on it. She also did have demo DeX mange when we first got her. She has since gotten the all clear from the vet. Sent from my SM-N970U using Husky Owners mobile app Yes! She does have a doggy life jacket! She is a water dog, in that she will throw herself into the water on her own terms, but screams when she needs a bath. However, she can't hardly swim! I've had to rescue her a couple times lol I responded to another person about her eye. She has a light patch of skin on her eye, but the water did make it red. We aren't totally sure why, but she is good now. Sent from my SM-N970U using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Hi all, I'm new to the site but looking for some advice. We had spent a number of months looking for our next Husky as sadly ours passed away at nearly 14 years last October. We finally found one, paid the deposit however she has now decided to keep him as she wants to race him. Obviously we're absolutely gutted but now back to the drawing board and really struggling to know where to start looking. It's been over 13 years since we bought our first and that was through word of mouth. If possible, we'd love to have one from his bloodline but again not quite sure how we would do this. We have his pedigree name and family tree so can trace back several generations. Anyway, if anyone can advise where to find a good reputable breeder that would be appreciated. Thanks in advance Emmaline
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    Hello everyone! My pup Pocholo just finished his assessment for basic training. The trainer observed for a little bit and interacted with Pocholo. Afterwards he told us that just as suspected. My pup is not highly motivated. He was given treats, toys, you name it. Unfortunately, he loses interest so fast. He said that it’s not impossible to train but if he would give a percentage of how much he could train him, he said 50%. He also mentioned that, he’s worked with copper huskies before and same issues. Not highly motivated. Is this true???
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    I can only speak of my two. As puppies (until 14 months of age) they were little sponges. Loved learning! My girl was extremely hard when it came time to find something to motivate her with. It is harder now. But she doesn’t like brother being able to do something she can’t LOL First. What you are going through, I think is absolutely normal. Need to find a trainer that actually knows Huskies! Or save your money and just train yourself. Lots of great YouTube videos I personally like Jeff out of Maine SolidK9. They are stubborn and one of the hardest breeds to train. I have been told over and over. Can’t start training until 16 months of age, they will never be trainable, there is no way you will be able to train them together. Not to toot my own horn, but my pups are awesome!!! 😁 I am a very proud momma and get compliments everywhere I take them. I started them at 4 months and we train EVERY day. We do daycare once a week now (they are getting to be too much for the kennel attendants LOL- they were going 3x a week. I am the only one they listen to.. and they both are pushing 60 lbs and can be bullies when they want. What I typed out in your other post is exactly what I did starting at 4 months and still do to this day. Mix it up and have fun with it you and her will figure out what works best for you guys. Once you learn what she likes what her personality is you will be able to work with her. Don’t get frustrated don’t get mad at her. There will be days they are pissy with me and don’t want anything to do with me (daycare days are amazing for this). Lots of play. My girl will not play outside for some reason she just wants her walks. I have to have a 5 minute play time outside prior to walking my boy to get energy out before walks. I would not trust a trainer that has never LIVED with a Husky. 😉
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    This will be an empirical study, an experiment in which about 30 people will participate, which will be divided into subgroups, each of which will have husky near them all the time, some people do not have it every day, the third group of husky will not be near at all. We will fix the level of well-being, psychological stability and so on. By the way, I found one review on a service that is writing good and reliable paper https://paidpaper.net/speedypaper-com-review/ The service is called speedypaper. What do you think about this? Did someone use their services?


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