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  1. No dogs, no people, but the fire is there so it's camp 2020 lol 20201009_212459_05.mp4
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  2. We want to go next year, however we're going to wait until a couple of months before the date to see if Wales relaxes some of the lockdown rules. We will just have see what the conditions are in early April. This year is the first year in 10 years we haven't been to Husky Camp. When the conditions are safe, we'll be back. . . . We miss you guys.
    3 points
  3. We as it stands right now are not booking anything to do with camp as it took me 90 days to get moneys back this year and I feel the way things are going we could well find us in the same boat again, having said that I'll come down to see whoever visits but only doing it from here and not staying which when I think about it makes more sense seen as it only takes one of us to drive back and forth. Them that are worried about booking vans there really is no need to rush it's a quite week when we go and so long it's it's booked the month before I can't see them being booked up.
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  4. The introduction went really well and we officially have a new fur baby. Meet Lola.
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  5. Hi, my first post. Just to say hello to everyone from Croatia! I see this forum is great and you people are great. Nice to see so many love in one place This is my beauty Blue Moon Lunation. She is now 6.5 months old.
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  6. My husband and I thought it was safe to go back in the Dog park today! Thinking that the mud was dried up πŸ˜‚. 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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  7. 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 πŸ’• swimming in our pond πŸ˜πŸ’¦ 20210302_101310_1.mp4 20210302_101448.mp4
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  8. 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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  9. Thanking you ☺️ Slacking Marc, pull your finger out, lad 🀣🀣
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  10. Choose whoever gets on with your current dog when meeting...
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  11. OK guys, I know quite a few of you have been asking about next years dates for camp. The reality is, even though I know things are opening more, it doesn't actually put us in any better situation than we were in when I last posted. The rules that affect us have not changed in any way, and are not likely to any time soon. The reality is, we are still a group. We're not 2/3 people going on holiday somewhere. So with the above said, I'm going to post what the dates would be if it were to go ahead, but you need to read all of this before you decide on whether or not you want to book. REA
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  12. And that would be Wales now done the same. Except in Wales the rule is As none of us are in the same extended household group, it actually means none of us can meet up. This is why I said I wasnt announcing camp in any way until this lot was all over. Had I done a full announcement on the normal camp, and started organizing everything, it would have been broken in less than a week. Camp will not refund you unless they physically have to close, and at the moment they dont. So please please bear that in mind.
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  13. Less than 24 hours and things are already changing. Had the change in rules to only 6 people being allowed to gather been in Wales, and in May, we would be screwed. This is why we've been reluctant to add dates. It's only 6 months away.
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  14. For us...it depends on brexit deal or no deal need to see if πŸ‡¬πŸ‡§ becomes preferred or not one is it all stays the same the other needs 4 months of pre-planning stuff...
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  15. Go to the Pita Pata website https://pitapata.com/index.html and sign in to your account. Click on the far right tab "My Pita Pata". This will give you a list of your tickers. Hover over the ticker you want to insert and click on "Get clicker code" There are a series of Tabs click on Image URL and copy the "Ticker URL". Now you have to go to your settings in your Husky Owners profile. Go to Signature. and paste the ticker, (if it says you have pasted in Rich text format change it to plain text) and your Pita Pata ticker should be there.
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  17. So, Im here to tell you what most of you already know, and was looking more and more likely in any case. For the first time since 2008, husky camp has now been officially cancelled. The UK government made it clear that any form of hospitality places will not be open until July at the very earliest. I suspect even in that case, camp sites will not likely be one of the first of those, and in any case its of course too late for camp regardless. The Welsh government are actually more locked down at present than that of the rest of the UK, with restriction of movement of people.
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  18. One thing for others to bear in mind with this is exactly whats just been said about the amount. If its not a huge amount then it may be worth the voucher. If however its getting to 3-400 like ours, then personally I would take the money. One thing to be very aware of is that not all businesses will make it out of this. And that includes big ones. I certainly wouldnt trust a company holding money of mine at the moment
    2 points
  19. Got my notification a couple of weeks back. Personally I’m taking the voucher, as soon as they open, I’ll go anyway just for a break from the status quo. Not worried about expiry dates as they will extend them until they open, regardless of when that is. But mine was only Β£130 so, not exactly a massive bonus. @Marc is right though. Can’t plan anything until we know the score, we don’t know how long this will last. :-(
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  20. Probably just not had anyone who can update it yet. They are currently trying to get hold of trevor from IT, but he was laced last night and still on his first coffee* *all speculation
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  21. Might just add if you not had emails yet you can log on to there website with your account number and check anytime for yourself, mine still says I'm going lol
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  22. I finally managed to get an appointment with our vet - been trying on and off for 6 months but as it was not urgent they would not see him - seeing urgent cases only. Around 6 months ago I noticed that Marley's eyes were not as clear as they were when he was a pup, they were clouding over. They were not bothering him, not weeping or anything so I just kept an eye on it. Today I finally got him to the vet. The vet came out to him and we chatted for a bit - then he tried to take Marley inside, as soon as Marley twigged I was not coming in - all hell let loose. Bucking, jumpi
    1 point
  23. If the dog is born there it can be acclimatised to the weather but you still want to take precautions making sure you have aircon for the dog, plenty of shade and access to water etc day and night , you'll also have to be careful when and how long you walk for aswell , are there any husky owners in your area you could meet up with and talk to or even a breeder you could talk to before you fully decide?
    1 point
  24. Looks like so much fun ! My Skyla would have absolutely loved that
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  25. Haha, I know some that are worse, believe me πŸ˜†πŸ˜†
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  26. 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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  27. Huskies have a very high prey drive - that is well known - however it does depend on the dog and the way it was raised in a lot of cases. One of my boys would kill a cat/squirrel/rodent/bird on sight - the other has a cat as a best friend, did not attack a fledgling bird flapping in our garden this spring - even though young (dead) birds are part of his diet. When he was younger he did go for one of my hens that got out - but did not kill it - just grabbed it by the neck and held it down. When I reached them he let go of the hen and on examination she was found to only h
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  28. Huskies are very high energy (and high maintenance) two x 1 hour walks a day minimum, Never, ever to be allowed off lead - unless in a very dog secure park (i.e. at least 6ft fencing) - as should your own garden fencing be - otherwise the dog will go. They hate not to be with their pack - are really not good on their own so only get one if your new dog is going to be spending the vast majority of its time in the home with you. They are definitely not the sort of dog who will happily live in the yard all day - neither will they protect your property (or yourselves) ......
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  29. @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.
    1 point
  30. Sorry to hear about Ice and bear's problems, - I know it can be heart-wrenching -but they could not have a better guardian angel to look out for them.
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  31. It is quite normal for a husky to ignore you - unless they can see something in it for them .......................... but this does not usually manifest itself so early in my experience. It looks as if she is missing her playmate. Not all huskies bond tightly with us - some are a little aloof - I have two rescues, one can not bear to be away from me unless he has his buddy by his side - the other however will only come near me when he wants a treat or feeding - at all other times he is either in the kitchen or the garden or even the passage ...................... basically a
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  32. Good When the new app is ready for use with the site, you will also see the app is very similar to the mobile site.
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  33. Looks like you will need to re-add it @robke . No idea whats happened there, but the links are just to the main website and not to your image.
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  34. Very nice, Thanks for all the hard work Marc
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  35. Looks nice so far....
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  36. This is Astra,our new Siberian husky puppy,female,9 weeks old,pure breed.Greetings to all from Serbia.
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  37. Good evening all! Simka here barking that it has been waaaaay too long since I was in here and mommy and me hope everyone is staying safe and healthy, AND helping keep others safe and healthy in this covid time. Mommy and me have pretty much been home and avoiding people all spring and summer. I have not had many play dates with GrizzLee and the crew, but they keep in touch and their mommy Carol, Rachel and them are doing ok. Well, Between me and GrizzLee and crew, we have unfortunately not gotten the chance to eat yummy new sneakers this summer, being quarantined and all. However, we a
    1 point
  38. lolπŸ™ƒ They have stolen their owners ' accounts and post pics, animals are smarter than we think. I can say more. My boy has an acc on instagram with his photos and pics and also he has photos with him and his friends like other dogs. And we also participate on different kind of dogs' competitions where he won 1 and 3 places and we putted such events of his life on instagram. I even buy likes for him to make him more popular and widely known cause he also works sometime as a model for different kind of magazines. Of course i have to maintain his popularity buyin likes in order to get more shar
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  39. Seeing that this thread is over 5 years old I doubt that the laptop is giving anymore grief....
    1 point
  40. Giardia is quite common so at least I have the answer and the solution. He should be ok in a few days. Thanks
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  41. Everyone feeds their dog the way they think is best - as is their perrogative - my comment was - and is - directed purely at the fact that cooked bones splinter - raw bones much less so. I feel very sorry for that wolf - but its ancestors have been eating raw bones for several hundred thousand years (in fact millions) - its what their stomach acid and digestive tract are designed to eat - a wild animal (or dog) fed pure meat and no bones would have far too much phosphorus and not enough calcium in their diet (read almost no calcium) leading to their pups having deformed
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  42. Been thinking about your dog all afternoon - one other thing comes to mind ......... has she had a rabies shot recently??? https://www.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/rabies-vaccination-and-aggression-in-dogs/?fbclid=IwAR3qQfjYbXeJhyfHoYlHwanC7fBU_Bqb6L6n9lY-2uDkgvtQNut0UNIlkJ8 I could keep guessing for months and not get it right without knowing all the dog's history ........................ which might be better told to a professional.
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  43. My two are as good as a chocolate fire guard - my only warning is wagging tails and an eager expectant look, - they would jump up the burglar - to kiss him - show him where the treat box is and in return they would show him where any valuables are - and probably help him got them into the car - before going out on the town for the night together. That is why I have alarms everywhere - including my shed.
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  44. YOUR WEBSITE VOTES Thankyou for voting. Husky Owners now has 2 votes towards this years awards and 28105 as the total number of votes for all time
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