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Gunjan

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  1. Do huskies have fluffy fear like cats? My boy Logan has recently started to fluff up his back when my father tries to touch him. This started when my father tried to stop him from scratching the door. The hair over his withers fluff up while he shows no other signs of fear or aggression. My father loves him the most but Logan doesn’t reciprocate the same. He is more fond of my sister and me. Is it a husky thing?? That’s him. ❤️
  2. This just broke my heart! But she’s surely in a better place now. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  3. That’s true. It’s very difficult to say how your puppy would appear when he grows up. I was a bit worried too when we got ours. He had floppy ears and a rounded snout when we got him home at 7 weeks. He is 4 and a half month now and growing up to be really handsome. [emoji4][emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  4. Absolute joy!! [emoji173]️ [emoji1] https://www.husky-owners.com/forum/uploads/monthly_2018_02/ Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  5. Logan on a sleepy Sunday [emoji99] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  6. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app Lol! I can’t stop laughing. Wakes up out of a dead sleep [emoji38] Yes that’s true! Those eyes just melt your heart. And then I just show him my empty hands and say “there’s nothing”! I have taught him commands like ‘sit’ and ‘paw’ . So at times he would just sit and raise his paw as if saying ‘ here mom this might make you happy. Now gimme something to eat’. [emoji1] And as for the weight he doesn’t look lean though. Please see the picture attached. Probably he isn’t as tall as yours?? Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  7. Yes he has fresh and plenty of water available at all times. Earlier I would soak the kibble and feed him and he would drink less water but for the last couple of weeks I have started to feed him dry and I noticed his water intake has also increased since then. I fed him pumpkin as one meal thinking it has a lot of fibre so it will keep him full for long . That didn’t help much either. I guess a marrow bone sounds like a good idea. I can find lamb and chicken feet here but duck necks not quite sure. Also we keep him off sugar and salt so we never never feed him our food leftovers. My father though, when eating some fruits does sometimes feed Logan alongside and I suspect that’s where he is developing the begging habit from. Thanks a lot for your help! [emoji846] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
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  9. Absolutely! I find it very annoying too. How did you train them? All I can think of is showing my empty hands to him saying I have nothing. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  10. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile appThat’s true indeed! I can make him do anything for the love of food. Just that it’s annoying at times, like he’s not being fed at all. I wonder if he will ever be able to survive on 2 meals a day when he grows up (as suggested by many). Thanks anyway [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  11. Sure! I will consider that! Thanks again [emoji1360][emoji4] Here’s Logan saying thank you [emoji190] IMG_4340.HEIC Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  12. Thanks @ ARMANI & ALINAH [emoji4] I read that too somewhere. But I also read that they need a lot of exercise and a tired husky is a happy husky. Also I feed him Orijen puppy food which is high on protein and someone suggested that he would require a lot of exercise with that. Logan has a lot of energy and even after an hour long walk he wants to come home to jump and charge at us. But I also understand that at this tender age too much exercise can harm their joints (if I’m not wrong). So I will keep in mind what you suggested. Also I’m feeding him more than what is mentioned on the food bag. That’s what makes me wonder why is he hungry all the time. He has been dewormed and I always monitor his poop. I put him on pumpkin if he ever has a runny tummy. He loves it. The treats! Yes he gets those too. Maybe it’s just his thing. Thanks a lot [emoji4] Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  13. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app True! I guess ignoring him at that point would be the best thing to do. And I totally agree with you. Sometimes all I have to yell is ‘chicken’ or ‘fish’ to get him back to me [emoji23] Thanks! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  14. My husky always acts hungry. He is 4 months old. I feed him 4 times a day. Thrice a day I feed him kibble (2 handful each time). And an egg and a bowl of steamed veggies between each of the three meals. However he is always looking at our faces in anticipation of food. We usually avoid eating infront of him but in case we are, he will jump and ask for food. He weighs 28 pounds at 4 months and somehow I feel he is gaining weight. He is quite active and gets enough exercise daily. We live in the mountains and apsrt from short potty walks we go out for over an hour walk daily where he runs and rolls and jumps. Additionally he plays at home. Am I not doing something right ? Please advise.
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    Hi everyone. 

    I am from India and mom to a 4 month old husky boy. He is hyperactive and very playful. I am a first time dog parent and having a husky being a first timer is giving me some tough time. Therefore I am here to seek help and suggestions and share your experiences with this amazing breed. Here's a picture of me and my boy. :)
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