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  1. That is awesome good job on catching I couldn't catch my girl if I wanted to she is so hyper Sent from my SM-G955F using Tapatalk
  2. I will start trying this with my dogs thanks Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  3. I haven't heard of petting from under the mouth to the chest. Would this help. I usually bend down and towards her ears. And the tv thing it doesn't have to be loud even is she hears a voice she will get spooked Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  4. Yea I really hope it goes well Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  5. Let me try that so far we have been trying to get her used to it on her terms where she is comfortable and it's a challenge even sometimes getting her to go use the rest room is a challenge. Even if it is just me at home if the tv is on and she hears a voice she gets spooked. Or a random noise she isn't familiar with sends her running into her little pen. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  6. I live on an island the majority of the dog community here is pit bulls and bullies with no real best in class type show. We have about 4 vets 2 certifies dog trainers, But nothing of any specialty. There roughly 20 huskies here with may be a third coming from a single litter. I currently know one breeder who raised and marketed the majority of huskies here and 1 friend who just purchased a pup from his most recent litter. So with that sense the community is very small. We do have play dates with arrow and Novah both huskies one novah a female is 6 months old but she is a pup from the breeder, who also certifies service dogs so he is usually to busy for dates. A friend of mine bought novah little brother from a separate litter, But is only about 2 months old. I hope we can get a really good community soon where all our huskies can come together. But as of now it is really really small Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk And no need for apology the more questions you or anyone asks the more feed back I can get the more help the better Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  7. Main house hold is me my wife our 2 dogs and a cat. If me and my wife are working we have one of my sister's who is also my neighbor either stay with the dogs or come by every hour to check on them and take them out regularly. In the early morning just us she is great follows us outside does her business goes inside no command needed no calling. If someone like my sister who has been around her since the vet and is here often with them, is in the living room she will just turn around and go back in her room. We try and refrain from taking her out in public to not overwhelm her. I want to see her happy as happy and care free as when it's her and her sister running around causing chaos on a regular basis. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk The original option was to make them sleep together and hopefully take them out together so she can follow her big sister around and get comfortable, but I'm more worried about them getting into a fight or something. She has been home for about 2 weeks no fights no negativity. In all honesty she tends to try and push her big sister around and her sister just goes with the flow. I just don't want to let my guard down and she takes it to far and our shepherd gets mad and all. Shepherd has no favorite toy but she tends to steal toys from her sister and run around and our shepherd just plays. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  8. Yea it just makes you sad inside to see her look so frightened. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  9. The people who come over are typically my family who visited her in the vet. For the most part if she isn't In her little corner she is good but she gets spooked very easily and will run into her room. She lets loose and gets wild with her sister around but even just seeing someone besides us outside or even the tv on she will run back in. Once she is outside she is ok though. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk I just want to make her as comfortable as possible. And hope she can adjust quite soon Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  10. For some people who don't know the back story we purchased a husky over seas. A relative went to see her and we had her shipped over to where we live. We live in an area where these dogs are very rare. Any ways she was shipped internationally, our breeder had assured us all shots and precautions were made. We were sent videos of her receiving all of her shots, blood work and all those. She was than boarded with a breeder who had her for about 2 weeks sent us regular fees back. She arrived in pretty bad shape. Worms ticks, she lost alot of blood so she was pretty out of it. She had a blood transfusion, and some other treatments. Due to complications and her coming from over seas in another country. She had to spend 4 months in a boarding guarantee witch we visited every day we could for about 2 hours or so. At the vet where she was taken care of she was taken care of she was very excited to see us always jumping grabbing toys for us to play with didnt lay down at all, all in all very energetic. She has been home for about 3 weeks. I know it hasn't been that long since she has been home and it must have been hard on her seeing as she moved around alot. Our current situation is we have a 8 month old German shepherd. They sleep separate eat and use the bathroom separate. Due to the fact they are both females and we are trying to avoid any fights. We give about 1 to 2 hours solo play and training and various play time through the day with both dogs. I know it's still early but she is still very timid. Especially around other people 90% of witch visited her in guarantee. She sleeps in our room in a puppy pen. And sometimes she won't come out sometimes she will run out and if she sees anyone or hear any noise she runs back in her pen. Now we kind of use our shepherd to get her out of her pen. I will open her pen and walk out and call her if she doesn't come I'll try treats or a toy if she still doesn't come out I'll take my shepherd out and walk them out together. We never get mad or raise our voice. Neither does my family or guest. I know it takes time but what else can I do to help her adjust. I would try and put them together and see how that goes, but I am to worried about them un supervised. Should limit visitors most of witch are my immediate family. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you sorry for the long post. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  11. I will bath them after a beach day or as you said when they get muddy and every so often they get treated to a water run they both really enjoy playing in the water with no shampoo Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  12. Every one calls her tiny even our vet so we just assumed she was to small. There are only about 20 huskies or less where I am from so not a whole lot is known about them here l. As much as possible I rely on this site to help me raise her correctly Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  13. Good to know where I am from huskies are extremely rare and a breeder I know locally has been giving me some weird advice like shower them twice a week and don't use a dog harness and feed tuna twice a week with adult food cause they are already full grown. He also certifies service dogs so I figured his advice was the best I could get. Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  14. Thanks everyone for the support Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
  15. At what age would you consider to young for eggs with the shell. Both my pups are 8 months Sent from my SM-N920C using Tapatalk
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