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Keeonah

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  1. Forgot these 2 photos. My daughter with Patch, her long coat husky and the other is what came out of one leg after using No Knot Spot. Did make an error in part of the main post but it won't let me edit it for some reason. Please ignore the No Snot spot bit. 😂 If you have any questions please feel free to ask.
  2. Hey Guys, So I thought I would share with you some of my recent experience with bathing and grooming my huskies. Now bathing is normally a hand full at the best of times and would normally end up in 4 bottles of shampoo, even more so with Keiko and his masses of fur☹️. Now my daughter is a Scentsy consultant and said to me about trying out the dog grooming products, so I ordered the Shampoo and the No Knot Spot for their backends as this is a nightmare also. My shampoo arrived and after bathing 7 dogs, to my amazement, I still had just under half a bottle. Next came the grooming, now, Kieko hates his is tail and back end being touched at all as it matts together because of the length of it so in came the No Knot spot. This stuff is absolutely brilliant and I can't recommend it enough so, for any of you with not being able to get to the groomers and are looking for an easy way out that also comes with natural ingredients and oils for their skin then please do take a look at this. My daughter also said this month they have a special on and their normal whiff box is all about dogs and has all of the dog products in it at a special price. Have a look for yourself here and you can have it delivered to your door. Trust me, this is well worth trying. https://jacquisimms.scentsy.co.uk/party/12031510/Scentsy Spring time
  3. I have to agree with Rob. Looks like he has some terrier in him but huskies are not big dogs anyway. A couple of mine are zero breed huskies and they are only 21 inches at the shoulder.
  4. Gary and Lynne + 3 mutts
  5. We're all booked as well. Can't read any of Marc's topic though. Not sure what's happening but all I'm getting is is a white page with the title at the top. Can't wait for May now.
  6. So sorry to hear this Rob. He was certainly a lovely lad and will be missed by all. R.I.P Iwan. Run free over the bridge.
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    Gwynne

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    NISHKA

    Most of you will have read the piece I wrote about Nishka. It was titled Husky Won't Eat. It turned out that the problem was a rare form of bowel cancer. Unfortunately Nishka tonight lost her fight against this horrible disease. She was my daughters dog and the mother to my boy Charlie. We are all totally devastated but know in our hearts that she is no longer in pain. Run free over Rainbow Bridge sweet girl, Holly, Griff and Skye are waiting for you.
  9. It's all a matter of trial and error and what is right for your husky. People scoff and say "you shouldn't feed that to your husky" or "you should feed them this". I say you should feed them whatever they are happy eating. My pack are so fussy it's unreal and it's taken me forever to work out what they are totally happy with. I even went through a period when all they would touch was Wagg and that stuff is terrible but cheap. They now have, Natures Menu free flow Chicken, one 2k bag does 2 days, mixed with a double kibble from completely different ends of the spectrum. One bag is Acana Prairie Poultry, £48, and the other is Wagg chicken, £10, and we mix them both together in a separate sealed tub. Combined chicken and kibble weight is around 300g per dog per day. Costs me around £140 per month for the whole pack. My guys also race at weekends throughout the winter which builds their muscle density. Keep experimenting and you'll find what's right for Kai.
  10. Thanks Rob. I'm a little bit loathe to do that at the moment as it will just cause more friction. Going down the "nice" route at the moment. I f that fails then I'll be killing it all. had thought about a flame thrower though! WHAT DO YOU THINK??? 😂
  11. Ok guys, the verdict is that it's something she's eaten. Namely the ivy that keeps growing through the fence from next door. Had all this last year and it nearly came to blows with her son. They were told by the housing association to get it cleaned up but they seem to think that what they cleaned up last year will also do for this year. They've told the housing association that they have no qualms with me ripping it out and throwing it back over but I don't see why the hell I should clean up their mess. Anyway, Gwynne is on antibiotics and Pro Kolin. Total rest and boiled chicken and rice so good news that it's not to bad but annoying that if others had kept their house in order it wouldn't have happened in the first place. 🤬
  12. Thanks Rob. Don’t normally get to concerned with my lot but I am this time.☹️
  13. Currently awaiting vet appointment for Gwynne. Yesterday she refused her Dentastick in the morning, unknown. Since then she has rapidly deteriorated. She has severe diahhrea, is very lethargic which, most of you will know, is certainly not Gwynne. This morning she still has the diahhrea and has started to lose the use of her legs. We originally thought it might have been sunstroke but she hasn't really been in the sun. We have segregated her from the rest of the pack to try to help keep her comfortable. Vet appointment is for 12 noon. 🤞
  14. An update for you all. This little girl had gone downhill again. She hadn't really eaten a great amount since the last post. Nibbles here and there. Back to the vet again. The vet said she had a kidney disease and needed building up and advised a specialist food, Royal Canin Renal, so we got her some high protein food and I ordered the specialist food that was recommended on line. She wolfed the food down but once again it was short lived. The specialist food turned up the following day and she ate again but struggled as it was getting stuck to her mouth. She went through a couple of days and then went downhill again. Back to the vets. This time managed to get to see my vet. Unfortunately the news is not good. Nishka has a rare form of bowel cancer which started in the anal glands and has been given 3 months to live. We are devastated as you could well imagine. She is back home and being treated like a queen. Anything she wants she gets. She has been given painkillers to make her more comfortable and now we just wait for her to let us know it's her time.
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    Gwynne

    Devil in White
  16. It's now official. Lynne and I won't be coming to camp.😞 Can't tell you how gutted we are but I hope you'll all have a fantastic time as normal. Dan has taken the caravan and will be attending his first ever husky camp with his husky, Mowgli. I'm sure you'll all make him feel welcome. Keep the photos coming please, I'll be keeping a close eye on the forum 😂.
  17. I would advise you get as much information on the ownership of a husky as quickly as possible as the rescue are likely to, and should, ask you questions on how you would treat your husky. They are completely different to any other creature you may have owned but are far more rewarding. Good luck and if you need any advice just ask. Welcome to the forum.
  18. Hi Dan, caravan is available if you want it mate.
  19. Anybody have any ideas as to why this might be please?
  20. Absolutely spot on although I would point out they are not totally hopeless. Get an escape proof harness hook up to a mountain bike and enjoy the fun. One thing about huskies............they love to run. I bikejor with mine and love every minute of it as do the dogs.
  21. Hi guys, due to forces beyond our control we are no longer able to go to husky camp. Our caravan cost us £350 and we can't get a refund so, therefore, we have a caravan going begging for the measly sum of £150. I would rather lose some money and give someone a chance of a cheap week at husky camp than give the camp site the benefit of making double the amount. Come on guys there must be someone who wants to go.
  22. I do Bikejoring with my dogs. 😉
  23. Husky Owners now has 74 votes towards this years awards and 28177 as the total number of votes for all time Please come back to www.1award.co.uk and vote again tomorrow.
  24. Have to agree with the others. Show that vet the door asap. Comments like that should not be coming from any vet worth their salt. You have a dire need to socialise her. Ease her in gently though and be aware of her reaction when meeting others. Some pups like to "mouth" as well so something else to be aware of. This action would need to be stopped as well but treated slightly differently. Wonderful choice of dog and enjoy her. If you need anymore help just ask there is a wealth of information on here.
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