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  1. Hey guys! Does anyone have any tips for keeping (poop) out of my husky’s fur?? I THINK she’s got a wooly coat. Poop gets stuck in her fur almost every time she goes (i call her poopy booty ). Although i do it the best I can, I’m having to wipe her/ clean her up every time she goes to the bathroom and it’s a lot. But i wasn’t sure if anyone had any tips!! Thanks in advance Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  2. I’m also curious. My pup is now about 7 months but she’s still this way & has been this way since i’ve had her (9 weeks) but my vet said i was feeding her enough. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  3. My female Baby was 7.3 kg at 9 weeks and she’s currently 6 months 3 weeks and weighs about 16 kg Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  4. Hey everyone! I was just curious about what you all do with your huskies when you leave the house? Do you crate them? Let them stay about and roam? If so, what age did you begin letting them stay out? Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  5. Hey! So I’m in search of some guidance and/or opinions. My husky is about 6 months old, I’ve had her since she was 9 weeks old. I live with a roommate who has a yorkiepoo, he’s about 5/6 pounds and my husky is about 25 pounds now. She’s been around him since we got her, and she doesn’t play well with him at all. I try every once in awhile, with close supervision, and sometimes it’s okay but most times it’s not. I don’t think that she’s being aggressive with him, but I’m afraid because of the way she does play with him (biting his tail, and pulling it, pinning him down, etc) will cause problems as she gets older. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  6. Hello everyone! I have a question regarding flea/tick prevention. I was curious as to what you all use for such. Topical, pill, collar? Right now my pup is only 5 1/2 months and obviously still growing. But I’m not sure what to use. She’s so fluffy and it’s very difficult to apply the topical. But with the collar and pill, she could grow out of the coverage since shes just a pup (which i guess she could do the same with the topical). I’m just not sure what’s the best way to go and what brands. I’ve found quite a few that are fairly cheap but wonder if they work as well as others. I want her to have something obviously. Just trying to figure out what’s best. Thanks in advance!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  7. Hey everyone! I’m really curious, I’ve seen a few threads about this. But I wanted to make my own so I could keep up with it better lol. My husky pup is 18, almost 19 weeks now. She’s only 21/22 pounds. The vet said she’s growing great, healthy weight, and all that good stuff. But is she small for her age? Or big? Or normal? Lol, the breeder I got her from said that most of the huskies they breed a bit bigger than average. And most people say it’s because I’m with her everyday that I don’t notice her getting bigger. I just want to make sure she’s semi normal compared to other huskies! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  8. Thank you everyone for your feedback!!!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  9. Hi everyone! I’ve done so much research and still am unclear what to do. My puppy is currently eating Purina Puppy Chow, which is what the breeder had her on. She loves it, but I wonder if it’s whats best for her. I want to get her a new food before her old one runs out so i can wean her into it. I’ve heard grain free diets are best, but my vet has told me it’s not good. I’ve seen a lot of studies on Blue Buffalo, i think that’s the name, and Taste of the wild, a lot of those foods causing diseases. Which i’m sure all food has in some way. But I just wanted some other opinions and potential options. She’s a pure bred siberian husky, she’s 4 months, she’s currently about 20 ish pounds, trying to get some weight on her. She’s eating about 2 cups a day. Any feedback, advice, and/ or suggestions is welcome!!! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile app
  10. Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners mobile appthat was an accident lol. but that’s crazy. my husky pup is 4 months and a week today, and she’s only about 21 pounds. But my vet says she’s not an unhealthy weight but she could stand to gain a few more pounds so we’re working on that now. I’m curious to what the experts have to say! Sent from my iPhone using Husky Owners
  11. Hello everyone! I have a now 4 month old husky pup, named Baby! she’s beautiful and fluffy as she can be. I’ve had friends owned huskies, but never one myself. So she is my first. Not many questions... yet lol
  12. Hi guys. I have a siberian husky pup, she just turned 4 months a couple days ago. I may be being a worry wart, but she sleeps with me in the bed every night. Tonight I put her in the bed and she jumps off and runs into her cage and is squished in the back corner. Being confused, i get down on the floor and see what’s wrong. I put my hand in the crate and she begins to growl. She’s never done this before. She finally comes out, i pick her up and she’s licking me and what not. I put her back on the bed so i can look at her to see if something was wrong and she begins growling again and went straight to her crate. This is the first time she’s done anything like this but i didn’t know if i should be “worried.” She does start puppy training the 19th.
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