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  1. Ya I think you may be right lol.
  2. Thank you everyone for your advice. I have been applying your advice and she seems to be coming around slowly. She has now decided to claim my bed as her own and pretty much dosent leave it. She will lay up aginst me at night, even resting her head on me, with the ocational hand licks. Down side, I now have to move her to her dog bed with her food bowls for her to even eat. She dosent really play with toys, or really chew much, just lays around a lot. Thought she would have more energy tbh, but it's only been 2 weeks now since she's been home. I have noticed if I pet her head she has been puting her ears back, and she dose give off a lot of submissive body language.
  3. I have taken her out on walks, and at first she was vary unsure of everything and did not want to come when the leash was taught. Now she gets excited to go out, and is leash trained, no longer pulling against the leash unless super excited about something.
  4. Thank you both so much. I will be trying you suggestions and will let you know what transpires.
  5. Thank you so much for your reply. I will deffinitly try your sugestions. As for what might of happend too her, the breeder had a keenle type set up, parents in central area, and puppys from each birth put into separate 8x8ft kennels with dog house and food/water dish. The cages had fence on sides and back so they could not see the rest of the yard or the other dogs, only the parents.
  6. Hello, I recently got a 5 month old husky female from a AKC registered breeder. She has been home with us for about a week and a half. She is still vary unsure of things, and often trys to find a corner or safe space when we move around. The thing that worrys me is that due to this she is not eating or drinking unless I move her from her space to were the food and water bowls are, and then give her space to eat or drink, even then this dosent always work. She has eaten about 2 cans of dog food and 2 bowls of kibble in a week and a half, wich dosent seem like enough. She also licks her mouth a lot, and wont look at us when we are giving her affection. I figured this was stress, and have been giveing her destress treats to try to help, but like I said it's been a week and she hasent come out of her shell. What else can we do to help her adjust to her new home? I have given her toys, a safe space with her own doggie bed(tho she likes mine more) iv even moved her food and water dish to this room, and she still often stays in my bed or her bed all day and dosent move much.
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