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  1. Hi everyone, I have a 19 month old rescue husky. I have had him for about 6 months now and he is finally starting to settle and behave!!! I walk him twice daily and in the last month or so, I have noticed that he is starting to eat a lot of grass. He stops during his walk and eats grass for a few minutes until I get him going again. I know that dogs normally eat grass to induce vomiting but Sash is not vomiting at all after eating it. He is eating normally, still very active and shows no signs of illness - he does quite often burp after he has eaten his kibble. Is this something I should be worried about?? Maybe there is something going on inside that I don't know about?? Any information would be greatly appreciated! Thanks!
  2. Hi everyone. My 16 month old husky is continually biting me. It starts off playful but then gets harder and harder until it bruises. I have tried giving him something to chew but that doesn't work. I have tried putting him outside but he howls and carries on. He gets exercise twice daily. In the morning before work and when I get home. He normally bites as soon as he wakes and before he goes to bed. He doesn't do it with anyone else. Just me!!! He also knows that we walk every morning at 5:45am and he is in a routine. But it's getting to the point where he's starting to wake earlier and earlier (4:45am) and cause a fuss until he gets to go. Jumps at the door and howls until I let him inside and then he will bite until we go. This is happening every morning now. Help please!
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