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  1. Hello, I was playing with Barnaby yesterday and noticed a small white lump with black spot on his back. I had a wee look then continued playing with him to avoid alarming him with any panic. I checked it again today, it was still the same & he let me look at it in depth. After looking closer I saw it was more of a brownish colour and wasn't a tick/bite. He twitched once or twice but didn't make any moans or groans as if it were hurting him. After noticing this, I checked him over head to toe for any other lumps/spots and with him being jet black it wasn't easy! I then discovered these 2 browny black like moles around his genitalia and tummy area. I have no idea if there's anymore as I couldn't see through his never ending coat very well in places, I don't know what it is and again - he let me look at, it didn't look or seem to me like it was hurting or bothering him. He was a bit confused looking as to why I was paying so much attention to under his coat then eventually he had enough and went to bed. He's been eating fine, behaving and exercising as normal too. I'm really quite concerned about it and was wondering what you all thought about it? I will call my vet in the morning to get him in ASAP just incase... but I know I won't sleep tonight for worrying about it Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  2. Barnaby has had a bad bout of diarrhoea the past 2 days & I'm wondering if anyone has any advice? He isn't showing any signs of bloody poo, has been eating as normal & no unusual behaviour displayed etc. He is feeling very sorry for himself today We have recently changed his food brand a few weeks ago but has been fine until now? Thanks in advance xx Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  3. Here are my two fur babies! Loki is 10 weeks and has been at home with us for 2 weeks now. Everything going absolutely wonderfully, can't believe how quickly he has taken to toilet training (thanks to his big brother helping out a bit) and has settled into crate training better than expected too. He is currently at the nipping stage so we are working on that... No issues as yet & Barnaby is loving the company, although can be a bit moody sometimes when the pup is full of play and he just wants a sleep lol. It's so nice to see them playing together - even though it freaks my fiancé out a bit lol! [emoji85] Love seeing all your gorgeous pictures of your fur babies! [emoji170] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  4. Absolutely heartbreaking. Truly terrifying for our country and children. My heart & prayers are with the victims and their families... Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  5. We picked up our second boy today & are totally in love with him! He is such a gorgeous, playful wee pup - he is 9 weeks old and is a Husky/Akita cross. All is going very well so far, our 4 year old Husky/Alsatian Barnaby wasn't quite sure what was happening at first but with a bit of love and encouragement he is taking to his new baby brother well lol. Loki was a complete surprise for my 2 sons - so safe to say our household is a very happy one tonight. 2 huskies, a rabbit & 2 kids, ages 2 and 5. I just be mental lol! Let the fun begin... [emoji190][emoji7] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  6. Barnaby loves playing fetch! He brings it back every time and sits nice for it to be thrown again! But sometimes I do have to remind him I can't throw the ball until he drops it from his mouth or actually let's me pick it up without arguing lol xx Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  7. Could someone offer me any advice on how big a kennel run for our 2 huskies should be? We are in process of planning one for our back garden for our 2 dogs to go when we are out for a wee while during the day? Any other advice would also be appreciated - should we have separate 'rooms' for dogs, the easiest materials to build it with (also to keep clean), heating lamps etc? Thank you in advance xxxx Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170]
  8. Barnaby sleeping on his back, in a C shape, with his paws over his full face... obviously he didn't like the idea of us watching him while he sleeps lol! Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170]
  9. Here is my 4 year old male husky/Herman shepherd cross Barnaby. Such a braw or bonnie boy as we say here in Scotland [emoji170][emoji8]
  10. Thanks so much! Would you recommend keeping them separated whilst in the kennel run? They won't be left alone while Loki is still very young obviously, but it is a slight concern of mine if it's ok to leave them alone together. My sister recently got a 10 week old Pomeranian (not his biggest fan tbh - way too small for me) & was a good opportunity to see how Barnaby is when around another dog in close vicinity as we babysit him every Thursday. He is absolutely fine with him, we haven't had any issues yet so I'm REALLY hoping and praying the 2 boys will get on well. I know it will take some time as Loki will have a lot to learn Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170] Thank you very much! I'm pretty sure we will be introducing them in our house - would you recommend introducing them out with the family home first? Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170] Thank you! Yes I did think about this & my fiancé and I will be taking turns with walking dogs separately until Loki is trained and ready for the longer walls with Barnaby Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170] Thank you Jay. Definitely think the feeding the 2 dogs separately is a good idea as you all seem to have had success with that Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170]
  11. Thank you very much for your reply this is so helpful! Feeding and walking were my 2 main concerns & whether they will need to be seperated when we are out! Your boys sound wonderful xxxx Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170] Thank you Emma! Great advice xxxx Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170]
  12. Hello, I'm still very new to this forum but I'm learning something new about huskies every day & I'm looking for some advice from fellow multiple husky owners! We have just paid our deposit on our new male baby husky puppy (Loki) at the weekend & he will be coming home to join our pack in May! We already have a 4 year old male Husky/German Shephard cross, called Barnaby - who I think the world of. He is the most friendly dog I've ever known, has grown up with my oldest son & is now best friends with my youngest son too. Gets on really well with other dogs and we have never had any issues with him. We have done A LOT of research prior to making this huge decision but I personally feel we would benefit from advice from you guys on this forum as you all have first hand experience. I know every dog is different & it will be a lot of hard work but also a lot of fun Any advice on training, feeding, walking & anything in relation to having 2 fur babies would be greatly appreciated! We have already organised for someone to build us a 16ft kennel and run for the 2 dogs at the end of this month - so they have a space of their own as well as somewhere cool to be in the summertime. Here's my boys... [emoji190][emoji170] Thank you, Kirsty xxx Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170]
  13. Thank you for your reply [emoji1303] Barnaby is a husky but looks like a wolf, I'm often asked if he is infact a wolf but people are always told he is a husky crossed with a German shepherd . I never refer to him as a wolf unless it's by nickname or fun with my family or friends [emoji846] Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4 [emoji170]
  14. Hi! Yes he is so [emoji846] xxxx Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4. My beautiful black wolf dog [emoji170]
  15. Had no idea such an app existed & it's now my favourite one to browse and learn something new about huskies every day... [emoji846] Just wanted to introduce myself - I'm Kirsty & this is my beautiful 4 year old husky Barnaby. We live in Ayrshire in Scotland! I like to refer to him as my wolf dog as I've been asked many times if he is infact a wolf lol... [emoji170] Proud owner of Barnaby, aged 4. My beautiful black wolf dog [emoji170]

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