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  1. Luna is 6 1/2 months and she’s been a very cuddly dog from when we got her at 6 weeks. Although it is when she wants to cuddle lol. And o must say when I leave her to go to work my boyfriend says she howls for me and I get the loveliest greeting when I come home. She’s very clingy with me but every husky is different. Guess Luna isn’t the typical husky from the above comments.
  2. A couple of pics I took yesterday with my iPhone. Had to coax Luna with a tree branch to get her to sit still lol. Really happy with these. She’s such a cutie 🐶💗
  3. Putting her in the kitchen for time out seems to work for a short time. The problem is getting her in the kitchen. When she knows where she’s going, she runs away and then lies down and it’s hard to pick her up 😂
  4. Maybe female huskies are the naughty ones 😂 Did she hurt when she bit and did she show her teeth (snarl without the noise)? That gives me some comfort knowing it’s normal lol. Also wasn’t Bindi taken from her mother at a young age? Thank you
  5. So what Luna is doing is normal? Even at 6 months?
  6. Hi, Yeah I do know that now. But we have done the positive reinforcement thing since we first got her and she’s now 6 months but still biting. Tried everything. Ignoring her, giving her chew toys, time out etc. I feel like anything I do doesn’t stop her. I really feel like she will never stop and I’ve got an agreesive dog (in that sense)
  7. Hi, I’ve had my puppy since she was 6 weeks old (I know that was too young but didn’t know until after). She is now 6 months. I love her to bits but since day one she has had a problem with biting. An example she will come up to a cuddle and after a few minutes she will start trying to buy my hand. Even if I’m just sitting still. She does not listen and won’t stop. I’ve tried, toys, moving away etc. She does it a lot through the day and when she wakes up in our bed etc. I’m really at my wits end and it’s getting me down. I don’t know what to do. I thought it was because she was teething but all her adult teeth care through now and the bites hurt. To the point where I get bruises on my hand. Is it still because her teeth are growing? What age does that stop? She snarls like a wolf and show all her teeth sometimes when she does it and if I shout or say no she just does it more. Please help. I just feel like I could sit here and cry. Apart from that she’s a very affectionate doggy. Follows me all over. I get plenty of kisses too lol and she howls when I leave for work. Even though my boyfriend is at home with her. Is this normal?? Has anyone else had this experience and did they eventually stop?? Thanks Amanda
  8. Yep, got a right cuddle monster here lol. Luna’s loves her cuddles and I can’t go anywhere without her 🐶💗
  9. Hey, Wonder if anyone has seen this type of marking before? It continues down Luna’s tail. Appeared about 1 month ago and has gotten bigger lol. Thanks Amanda
  10. I played tug and the tooth cake out tonight. Although both the tooth and the root came out. It was huge. I have found 1 other canine from the bottom and 2 molars from the back that fell out and none of them had the root attached. They were just hollow so that would back up what the vet said about the root being retained and dissolved back in the gum. Hopefully the other side will follow as that is similar to this one but the root isn’t exposed. I’ve attached a pic of one of her molars. As you can see, no root.
  11. Yeah but those pics are of her adult tooth right? The one I’m showing you is a pic of Luna’s baby tooth with the adult one growing next to it. I have just spoke to the vet on the phone and she has said that it’s normal and I need to play tug to try and get it to snap off. Basically baby teeth snap off from the root and the root gets absorbed back into the gum. The dark tooth is her baby tooth and is being pushed out by the adult canine. All of her baby teeth that I have noticed loose have had a grey tinge to them and then they have just fallen out. I have just spoke to the vet on the phone and she has said that it’s normal and I need to play tug to try and get it to snap off. Basically baby teeth snap off from the root and the root gets absorbed back into the gum.
  12. Hi, Can you tell me if this is normal (see pic below) Luna has lost the majority of her puppy teeth. She is currently 5 months and 1 week old. However her two top adult canine teeth have started to grow but the puppy ones are still at the side of the adult ones and the one in the pic shows that the adult one has pushed the baby one out of the gum (you can see the root I think). Ignore the dark coloured stuff, that’s soil from the garden. Is this normal and will the tooth just fall out? Thanks Amanda
  13. Hi, He’s gorgeous 😊 can you getTaste of the Wild puppy food? My Luna loves the salmon one. If you’re in the UK then you can get a 6kg bag for £27 on amazon. It’s the best IMO and according to a lot of others husky owners too. Also with regards to the biting, Luna was the same, my hands were cut to pieces and holes in my trousers too lol. But now that’s she’s nearly 5 months, she’s much better. I used the time out approach. If she but then I would get up and move away. If she was really bad then I would close her in the kitchen for a few minutes until she calmed down. Huskies are awesome dogs but they do indeed test your patience 😂 Btw Luna says hello 🐶💗
  14. Hi, I’m unable to suggest anything as my 4 month pupppy does the same. She jumps and paws people and other dogs. Only to play, just like yours. I would be interested to know how you stopped your puppy from pulling. That would help a lot
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