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StacyAnn

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  1. Thank you for answering Emma! No, he doesn't ever pant and I make sure that I don't have the temp above 70 (although I'm freezing lol). I mean, it's fairly normal though. I take him for walks and he comes in and drinks, or sometimes he'll just get up and start drinking a lot, but not too much to where I'm concerned. I also give him filtered water, so that may be another reason. He's probably used to rain water or tap. Just in this past week he's been to pet stores, the vet, the groomer, and has had a lot of visitors. I think I'm just being protective and worrying too much, but it's sad to see, so I just had to reach out. Thanks Robke! We always lay on the floor with him, and he'll put his head on my face from time to time! Also, one of us has been sleeping with him each night this week! :)
  2. Hi everyone! I just adopted my boy from the Humane Society, and I'm a little concerned. He's SUCH a good boy and we love him so much, but he's just been laying around a lot. Today marks a week that we've had him, and I know that I'm probably just being paranoid because a week isn't much time for him to get acclimated, but it worries me. He's been to the vet and has all of his vaccinations, his heart worm and parasite tests came back negative, and the vet didn't seem concerned. I don't have much prior information on him, but I do know that animal control found him and he was neglected. He was covered in fleas, has callouses, and fly strikes on his ears (they're scarred and the hair isn't growing back). He seems like he was strictly an outside dog, and now he's inside with us. He has started eating (he is picky) and he drinks a lot of water. He likes walks, but other than that there isn't much energy going on. He comes inside and just walks around a bit and lays down. The Humane Society thinks that he's only 5, so I hope he comes around. I'm just wanting some reassurance that this could be normal for a rescue dog, and am wondering if anyone else has had any kind of experience like this or advice? Thank you so much!
  3. I was wondering if anyone had advice about using the heater during the winter with a husky. We've been keeping it cooler than usual but were wondering what temperatures they can comfortably live in, and if it would be okay to turn the heat on.
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