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Wolfee last won the day on July 13 2015

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About Wolfee

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  • Birthday 05/07/1998

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    Chloe Taylor
  • Location
    Wigan
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    England
  • Occupation
    Uni student
  • Biography
    Freya my 5 year old Siberian, Holly my 9 year old Labrador & my baby 1 year old Chihuahua Rosie 💕
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    Animals, Anime, Japanese Culture, Art, Movies, Music etc.

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  1. Do you have any ideas on how to clear it up & get the fur to grow back? I’ve been putting e45 cream on it and the hairs do seem to be growing back, but I’m wondering if there’s anything else I can try. The skin isn’t wet or oozing it’s pretty normal, just the fur has gone & the outlines where the baldness stops the fur has what looks like little brown/reddish specks at the root of the fur. Managed to get a better picture of it. She’s just been bathed when it was taken so it’s wet because of that x
  2. Trust me, I’ve tried everything & the halti is the only thing that works.. Don’t know why the title says Hakuto 😂 Autocorrect at work. Ive tried the “go the other direction” technique, tried the “heel” command technique, tried food, tried anti-pull harnesses, tried nightingale collars, tried the “focus on me” thing, tried counter conditioning - literally any and all techniques to try and get her to walk nicely - like I trained my other dogs - this girl does not wanna calm down and listen to me when it comes to a walk. The halti is the only thing that works for her.
  3. My 5 year old sibe is still a puller - which comes in handy when we’re boarding but when I wanna go on a calm walk she’s a nightmare. Anti-pull harnesses don’t work, and I don’t really want her to be taught not to pull in a harness because I want her to pull when she’s got her x back one on and the skateboards out. So I got her a head halti, and it works wonders - only problem is she fights to get it off - she paws at her muzzle to get it off - sometimes succeeds - but I put it right back on, but she paws so much that she cuts her mouth. It doesn’t seem to hurt her, but I don’t want her injuring herself. Any ideas on on how to get her to accept it??
  4. Been to the vets - it’s apparently eczema that has become infected and spread outward into a circle - he called it “wet eczema”. She’s got some cream for it, panic over 😂 hoping her fur grows back, but you can’t see it anyway I wouldn’t have noticed if I wasn’t scrubbing her belly & chest in her bath. No she never does, and if she tries the other one is an oldie so she just sits there & ignores her 😂 xx
  5. I’m thinking maybe it’s alopecia? I heard that huskies are prone to it
  6. My girl Freya has a bald spot on her chest, I noticed it whilst bathing her, she hasn’t been itching but it the outside of the spot has what looks like reddish brown dried blood bits in it - is this mange?? Only thing is, she’s not been itching it & her sisters haven’t got it, so I’m thinking it’s not mange as isn’t it contagious?? Any ideas? This is the best picture I can get of it — also she’s wet from a bath.
  7. Wolfee

    Husky fur stains

    It is slabs, but it’s the rain mixed with the dirt on the ground that makes her paws dirty 😭 I go out there daily & hose down the pee & poops but she manages to run through them anyway.. If I try to keep her indoors she just paces & howls the house down. She has the option to come in, just chooses to stay out even when it’s raining 🤷🏼‍♀️ thinks she’s some kind of Eight Below dog 😂 Did you do anything special to get the mud off?? I’ve read that just wiping them down a few times a day with a warm cloth does the trick but Idk
  8. My girl seems to wanna live that snow dog life so she likes spending most of her time outside, only problem is it’s rainy & wet here most of the time, so she always gets muddy feet. Any ideas on how to get the stains out?? all of my dogs have the option to go in and out as they please, but she goes crazy if I lock her inside, snow dog to her core.
  9. My 4 year old girl has just blown her coat, and I’m just thinking damn she looks thin... I do think that she’s a sprint type husky as far as breed standard goes, so she’s smaller, more slender & her fur isn’t as poofy. But is it just because her coat has blown or is she actually thin? She gets fed twice a day but she’s really not the type to inhale her food she leaves it & goes back to it. She just eats when she feels like it, even if it’s raw, dry, wet or if you add stuff like fish, gravy, eggs etc.
  10. I don't think it's ringworm, she's had this for a month and a bit now on her nose and our other dog isn't affected at all, and since adding more fish to her diet it's improving... thanks though, I appreciate all of the replies! I freaked out when I found it
  11. Here's some more pictures of it I managed to get... if you notice there's a pinkish/reddish tinge to her fur, that's why I think she has a zinc deficiency, because she had it around her muzzle and around the fur on her mouth...
  12. I am freaking out, I've just found a massive bald patch on Freya's chest!! Like completely bald! her muzzle near her nose has small bald patches because we think she has a zinc deficiency, so we've just started feeding her raw sardines mixed with her dry, and it's getting better but I've literally only just seen this patch on her when I was cuddling her! What is it?! Do I need a vet? She seems fine like her character is normal and she's running around being playful normally, eating normally and all that.... anyone help?
  13. This is the first time I've heard of this event, can anyone give me a little more info about where it is and what exactly is on? ^_^ Is it a huge husky fair, or a combined dog walk etc? Thank you!! <3
  14. Freya is the fussiest dog alive

  15. Wolfee

    The fatty in action ;'D

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