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  1. I'll be on maternity leave then so maybe me and baby will try to make the trip down
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  2. Personally I hate that people cross everything with a poodle these days, either get a bernese or get a poodle and research each breed to see which is a better fit and what would suit your lifestyle more , with a cross breed you never know 100% what traits you'll get from each side
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  3. Incoming in just a few months! For those I'm friends with on Facebook you'll already know this but sharing here also as this forum is like a big massive extended family Only this new pack member is not the furry kind 💙 Baby boy due 3rd January 2022
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  4. I make bone broth for my two boys on a weekly basis (I get lamb ribs - the bone portion of their meals, spines - you would be amazed at how much meat there is on a lamb spine, and leg bones - sawn in half for me) all free, - in exchange for a couple of 600ml tubs of bone broth. Most of the bone broth goes into the freezer for the dogs during the week - but I also fill up two ice cube trays with the liquid only - and once frozen empty the trays into a small container - and doggie bone broth ice lollies are on tap whenever the dogs fancy one. Not only do the dogs LOVE them, but bone broth ice lollies also do not set as hard as plain water does – so it is easier to eat for any old dogs. It also has the advantage of being a healthy treat - containing around 30 of the 43 vital vitamins, minerals, amino acids etc that are required daily. A high level treat that will cool them down and provide valuable nutrition - what's not to like??
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  5. My husband and I thought it was safe to go back in the Dog park today! Thinking that the mud was dried up 😂. We were Totally wrong! If there's a mud hole Blu is going to find it! He knows what's coming " The Hose "!! No Mommy has to clean the Outlander Sport😲
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  6. Today is finally warm after a long winter and Blu wanted to take a splash into the water for the first time. He's going to love 💕 swimming in our pond 😁💦 20210302_101310_1.mp4 20210302_101448.mp4
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  7. Demon thinking he's posh with his sticky out paw Then it's all change and 16 year old Friar is up on guard duty on the sofa with Kaviq sat watching the world go by Anuk deciding he doesn't want to miss out on the photos
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  8. Thanking you ☺️ Slacking Marc, pull your finger out, lad 🤣🤣
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  9. Choose whoever gets on with your current dog when meeting...
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  10. Hi, I'm BaltoSalisbury. I'm new here. I'm also a first time Siberian Huskey mom. I've never this before, so forgive my fumbling around, lol.... Balto!! He is a bit crazy!
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  11. Yay, Andy, Kells Eden Willow Darwin and Storm will be honoured to re-join Husky camp.
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  12. Welcome to the forum - neither of my boys like the rain either - Mikey would probably pinch Mina's coat if he could!
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  13. Absolutely. Here are some pix of him.
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  14. 😄 I didn't think this would be the place to disuade me !! I think the fact I'm even asking the question means I've already made up my mind. Lets be honest, no other dog even comes close to being a consideration. 😍 How are your 2 beauties doing? I remember their gorgeous faces from before.
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  15. No. Just no. Do not teach your dog to do this. My current dog is a rescue. He was given toys that looked like small animals/made similar sounds. They wanted to train him to be a killer. He had so much anxiety and behavioral issues when I got him. They don't see the difference between small dogs and rabbits and whatever. It also can cause aggression and mess the dog up in the head. These poor cats...spay and neuter programs do help. The average cat litter size is 4 kittens. If there's 10 queens (female cats) that's 40 kittens. But I'm guessing there's more than 10 queens. Treat the poor dears with kindness, dont kill them.
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  16. Thank you so much for responding and the advice I really appreciate it. I am in this for the long run I know it’s going to take time and patients. I am a first time owner to a Siberian husky. She is amazing I don’t want to give up I really do enjoy having her.
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  18. So sorry, it’s Whitefield. So might be a bit far for you. it’s 6ft fencing. I’ve attached you some pictures of him playing with my friend’s Husky in there. Koda also thinks he’s a show jumper 😂
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  19. Can not be flat....or the cats would have pushed everything off by now....
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  20. Welcome to the pack If you've not yet posted an intro, please feel free to do so and join in the fun and the chats that are had daily. There are members here from all over the world, all with their own unique experience, so why not add your own experiences to the mix I am always looking for ways to improve the site for our members and to make it as user friendly as possible. Please feel free to PM me or reply here, your first impressions, what you think, what you'd like to see, anything you struggled with etc I want to know the good and bad bits so we can remain the biggest husky - owners forum on the web Looking forward to seeing you around Edit For the "i've been around a while" members, please also feel free to add your comments / suggestions / criticisms
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  21. Skyla loves chewing on sticks too lol
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  22. Update: we are in the process of planning trip #2 with our pup (Luna). Her first road trip was at 12 weeks, and she is now almost 15 weeks. She did really well on her first trip (6 hours one way). No problems at all... she alternated between playing with her toys, and sleeping. I did ride in the back seat with her, and I think that was really helpful. We stopped after 2 hours but the location wasn't good - too much traffic and she was too nervous to do her business. We went a little farther to a quieter spot, and she went potty, had a drink, and stretched her legs. I won't say she loves being in the car, she more-so tolerates it, but she seems relaxed enough. Also, I believe that she must be a husky mix. She isn't fluffy like a husky. We don't care. We love her anyways. 🥰
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  23. How times have changed since I posted this lol
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  24. My girl is 24 inches which is big even for male husky standards so you definitely have a big tall boy on your hands
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  25. Nothing wrong with it IMO better then people getting a dog and putting it on a chain outside all year round...and then even say they are animal lovers...
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  26. I splurted my morning coffee onto my keyboard when this came up !!! I think Blu would get on great with Marley - here is a shot of him as a pup He had had his first bath the day before. You can tell he was laughing - and extremely pleased with himself. What is it with huskies and mud?
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  27. Theyre actually a medium dog breed, any puppy should be continued to be fed on what the breeder has them on to start, any change needs to be done gradually Where are u based? I'm from the UK so would only be able to recommend brands we have here which might not be available elsewhere
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  28. Oh sweet Marley, I hope your eyes get better soon 😔 I get choked up when I hear another fur baby is not at their best! Blu also has Separation anxiety and does the same thing. Now he's going through ( Retaining baby teeth ) there was 4 now we're down to 1. Yes, those Vet bill's can be pricey but our fur babies are very worth it. Marley dear Tell daddy that the weight is just "FLUFF",!!!!🤣
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  29. Sky is beautiful Welcome to the forum
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  31. Thanks for your opinion, it seems that raising a Husky is not easy, right? I will find out more.
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  32. Hi everybody, I really love animals. I want to buy a Husky dog to raise. But I am wondering if my Husky can live in hot weather, because the weather where I live is quite hot. So I want to ask everyone to give me advice. Thanks everyone.
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  33. Neighbourhood Watch Network is supporting Sussex's Police and Crime Commissioner, Katy Bourne, who, in partnership with the Association of Police and Crime Commissioners (APCC), has created an online survey designed to understand the public’s perception of dog theft, enforcement, and the prosecution of offenders. The survey includes a question seeking views on whether dogs should be treated in law merely as property when they are stolen. Having a common understanding of how the public feels about this issue will help inform discussions that PCCs and NWN will have nationally, as well as allow police forces to better understand the public’s views. Mrs Bourne said: "Pet theft, dog theft in particular, is a growing concern for the public and their fear has been perpetuated over the last couple of weeks with shocking reports in the media of more dogs being snatched by criminals. "I am incredibly eager to get more detail around this issue and understand residents’ views and if they feel more could be done to respond to their concerns or for more preventative measures to be put in place to better protect their pets.” Neighbourhood Watch Network have just been approached to help support this campaign so apologies for the short notice as the survey closes on Friday12th March. Please, if you can, and haven't already, take a couple of minutes to complete the survey as your support and views are really valuable to us. SURVEYMONKEY.CO.UK Dog theft survey
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  34. Looks like so much fun ! My Skyla would have absolutely loved that
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  35. Can always tell someone has been here before, when they come back after a year, and have a post count 10 thousand higher than mine lol
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  36. Update! Skyla went for another blood test yesterday, she also had a bile acid test , vets rang today with the results and shes fine ! Bile acid results are absolutely fine which means no liver failure, her liver level is still increased but not to the point where we need to stress about it, she doesn't have to go back now until June , so rather than every 2 months we're back to 4 months between tests , I am so happy They shaved her neck more than i expected them to 😱 luckily she is fluffy enough that you cant really tell lol
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  37. I have had dogs for over 40 years - never needed to use a grinder on any of them. If they are walked enough the nails wear down naturally.
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  38. Hi Thank you for the advice. I started putting my hand out and stepping back and though the side. Which has made me less of a target for her jumps. We also consulted with our friend/trainer, and figured out that some of her jumps are rude greetings and others are from frustration. Often the jumping happens on leash when she wants to go one way but I'm taking us another. I've got her to stop jumping for the most part. Now she just sits down to protest the fact that she's not in charge. That I can deal with. Treats, games, and something fun to do in the direction I want to go and we're off. The greeting behavior has been solved too. So all is good. Thanks Shelley
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  39. Huskies are pack animals , they like being with their family , do you plan to keep him outside or just feed him outside? They are very energetic and need good walks everyday , how high is your fence ? They do like to escape sometimes Some dogs do fight , others don't, id stay clear of any stray dogs if possible , my girl husky doesn't like other dogs anymore because she has been attacked by another dog Mine love kids but it's up to you if you want to go through the trouble of house training a puppy (puppies do like to nip also) or an adult dog who will most likely have at least some training I hope ive understood everything and my answers help
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  40. @wolfpup Thank you for your valuable information.
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  41. @wolfpup I am definitely not considering spaying her at all. I told the vet that she is my little girl the over population of dog is a human error and I will not let my little girl go through pain because of my stupidity. Looking after her and caring her during her heat period is my responsibility and I will do it. but I have noticed that almost all the vet do insist on spaying your fur babies before 1 year of age. I just wanted a genuine and honest opinion. I knew by not spaying her I made a right call but just wanted to make sure. thank you for your feedback and advice.
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  42. Not an expert by any means - but some huskies on here live in India where the temps are even higher. As long as she has access to a cold floor, plenty of water and, say, a paddling pool where she can get wet and therefore cool she should be absolutely fine. Hopefully some members from warmer climates will be able to help you further.
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  43. Hey guys my dog tobias is in a world wide contest and has made it to the finals and we need all the help we can get to win! I was hoping you guys could help as well. If you click the link and find the picture of the husky laying in the snow and give it a like and share it around would be greatly appreciated! https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=10156462569775379&id=734325378 If the link doesn't seem to work and you would be so kind as to search 'personal artwork' on Facebook and find the contest there This is the picture you are looking for
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