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  1. amyf27

    Kira begging

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  2. Wow that is pricey. Mind if O ask where you guys live (state) and the insurance you use. Sunny our puggle had a $$$$ surgery emergency earlier this yesr, no insurance. I have been meaning to look into it. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  3. Ours took a little while to train as well. Every once in a GREAT while now there's an accident, usually upstairs. Most often now with them older, it would be due to the kids not letting them out, etc. Can't recall the last time that happened, but it's been several months. Then yesterday came home to half a paper towel roll eaten, and it was obvious it was the female - she had this hilariously guilty look on her facea nd she was "hiding". Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
  4. Kira used to eat harnesses. Niko once at a box of cereal, box was in 800 pieces. Lately, the worst we see from them is shredded napkins. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  5. Definitely agree on the bond. Have that with our two. Wouldnt trade that for the world. Great therapy dogs, too. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  6. Yep. One of a kind Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  7. Wow thats incredible. Well I certainly hope they stay well and dont run into too many more concerns like that. Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
  8. So hey arent acting sick or anything on their own? Huskies are pretty darned resilient. However that peach pit.... we have a puggle (much smaller dog at about 24 lbs) that, long story short ate a peach pit that in the end cost us almost $7000. (Pug became suddenly ill one night, we didnt know why). Had one surgery that was exploratory at the vet. Found a peach pit lodged in intestines. Thought that was all, sewed up and seemed fine...for about two days. Then suddenly ill abain, this time far worse. Went back, xray showed severe inflamation and deterioration on intestines. Rushed him to an Akron MedVet specialist. They ha e him a 50/50 chance so we said go ahead. Ended up having a heavy septic infecttion throughout abdominal cavity, took 30 % of intestines out. Now 5 months later puggle good as new. Yours are they known to swallow inanimate objects ? Our female husky loves to chew up her blanket but shes never had an issue.keep an eye on them, their behavior, bowels, eating patterns, general health and activity. Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
  9. Scene from this morning. I've been sitting between the bigger husky and the puggle. Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
  10. Took this just now. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
  11. Took this one below just now - the smaller cat likes to nap in the corner. Male husky hanging out on the other side of the couch. He knows I'm going to take them hiking soon. Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
  12. We have two huskies, 10 yr and 7 yr. They've always had a very strong interest in cats they've seen outdoors, like they were sport. Niko the older one has killed a squirrel, and several little moles. Got our first cat about 6 years ago. The huskies initially looked at her like lunch too, licking their lips, etc. She's an indoor only cat. I kept reinforcing that she was a family member - don't remember exactly what I told them, but positive reinforcement that kitty wasn't a snack. They picked up on that after a few days. They haven't tried to hurt her and I don't see them ever doing that. They've chased her a few times, keeping their distance though, never touching. She even tried to pick a fight with the female husky, thankfully she understood - treated it more like a sibling argument. I think every husky and cat situation is different though, so you never know. We got a 2nd cat about 1 and a half years ago. She'll be 2 yrs old soon. Same with this one - they were quite interested, but learned from the first and don't touch her. Sometimes they try to intimidate, but what's funny is half the time, the cats intimidate them. The one day Niko was crying in the basement (we sleep down there, finished basement), and I had gotten up earlier. I went over to check on him - and the younger cat was just sitting on the steps. He was at the bottom of the steps and wanted to come up but the "cat was in the way". lol. Whenever the cats are drinking water from their bowl the huskies wait their turn. The larger cat I know will sit there on purpose just to make them wait longer. They've even napped near each other, and hang out near each other when looking out the big livingroom window. The outdoor cats that roam are still a very strong interest, and I can tell if they were loose, they would go right after them, same as squirrels, bunnies, moles, etc. Its kind of like how the huskies get along with most dogs, but there are a few you just can't put your finger on why, but they do NOT like. There is one that goes by occasionally that makes Kira absolutely crazy, and if she sees this dog, she'll get into that stealth walk mode with her head down, alert, staring, liek she's stalking prey. This dog is a Thailand Ridgeback, beautiful dog, and very protective of its owner/walker. We nickname this one "devil dog" just because of the look it has - an exotic almost prehistoric look. Love the dog. Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk Our smaller cat usually sleeps on the bed with us, by me, along with our puggle lol. The two huskies almost always come downstairs when I go to bed - one lays in the corner by my side of the bed, and the other near the stairway. Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
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  14. Same here. They know on my days off I take them on a car rider and we walk one of the paved trails. Look sleepy but the momemt they hear their leashes theyre up and ready to roll Longest mine have been at a kennel was 7 or 8 days. We didnt go anywhere thisnyear but hopefully next year Sent from my SM-T837P using Tapatalk
  15. See shes coming along great! Consistency in how you approach and work with her will definitely help. She will come around in time. Sent from my SM-N960U using Tapatalk
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