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  1. For what its worth I agree totally with cheaseafan. Giving them the chop before they are fully grown interferes with the growth plates and is intimated in more likelyhood of cruciat ligament problems etc. For a husky I would leave him to at least 18 months if you want to go down that route. I have one rescued husky who was neutered before I got him and another that was not - and still is not 4 years later. No difference whatsoever in their temperatments - in fact the neutered one is more likely to make a dash 'for freedom' than the un-neutered one. Both are complete lunatics. The prey-drive of the neutered one is far higher than the un-neutered one - but that is more likely to be just down the the individual dog than anything to do with his 'bits' A happy care-free husky owner has high fences and secure gates - we have expert level Houdinis for companions.
  2. My two are around the same build (maybe a little bigger now they cannot exercise as much)
  3. Welcome to you and your beautiful little pup
  4. I wish I could help you - I have never shown any dog - even though one was the son of a champion at crufts.
  5. Thank you Paul - I really appreciate that - unfortunately Marley cannot have any poultry whatsoever because of his allergies. However the good news is that Marley's old dog trainer is breaking lockdown in order to bring me 2 kilos of lamb's ribs he managed to get from his butcher (wont tell me who the butcher is though) - he has 4 extremely large Dobermans - and this butcher gives him around 50% of their diet - lucky guy! He also gets meat & bones from this butcher for the dogs at one of our largest shelters that he is heavily involved with - being their retained trainer for the problem/agressive/abused dogs.
  6. I'll check it out thanks
  7. I know exactly what you mean - and feel your pain. For my two it is lamb's ribs - they are addicted to them - my butcher no longer sells them - he has a buyer who takes all their ribs and marrow bones - so my boys are suddenly without their favourite treat and bone broth! I can get ribs at my local raw food shop .................... however they cost £3.50 for what I used to pay my butcher 60 pence for !
  8. This course - including certification normally costs just under $400 - they are offering it for free. It covers everything you need to know about dog nutrition. https://get.dogsnaturallymagazine.com/dnmu/raw-pet-food-nutrition-certification-course/?utm_campaign=Free PROMO%3A Branding%3A RFN Giveaway - March 23 (Kzj7c8)&utm_medium=email&utm_source=klaviyo&_ke=eyJrbF9lbWFpbCI6ICJjaHJpc3NpZTEyM0BidGludGVybmV0LmNvbSIsICJrbF9jb21wYW55X2lkIjogIkM0WXlWOSJ9
  9. I was kidding - whilst we do not get the extremes of weather - my two LOVE the cold - the colder the better. all year round - but especially in the winter one takes up position laying across the front door - the other lays across the back door - I have living draft excluders ! They have been conditioned for those temperatures for thousands of years - I know that. However I was referring to the icy particles hitting her nose, eyes and lips - no wonder she turned around to face the other way - smart girl.
  10. wolfpup

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    When a female says no - it means no.
  11. To be honest - I dont know - all I can say is that if I were her - when I turned around I would have taken a chunk out of your leg for making me go out in those conditions !
  12. Can you post a picture please - if they are on his face (lips/nose) it could be zinc deficiency.
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