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  1. Hi, Roni here. It's my first post on the forum.
  2. Hi, I am new on the forum.
  3. Hi, Hopefully you are doing well. I am a new member, welcome me on the forum.
  4. Henlo frens, Im Doggo, the husky pupper, pawsome to meet ya'll My hooman is named Listek, also happ to be here! Heck!
  5. Hi! I'm new here and also a first time owner of a husky puppy. His name is Jarvis (from the Avengers, Tony's computer.. 😁) He was born last November 11, 2018 and I got him last January 11 of this year.
  6. Hi! New here! Our dog is a husky shepherd mix, a rescue. Trying to figure out which breed forum to join, ha ha... looks like a big husky, but is mainly attached to one person (me), follows me from room to room, barks loudly at the door, and is a bit aloof ( does not seek attention from strangers). Does he act more like a shepherd, then? But aside from barking at door, he is a silent guy., which seems more like a husky... Starting obedience class in 2 weeks, so I guess we will see which breed in him dominates...? wondering if he can be offleash trained ( more like shepherd) or never let off leash (more like husky)!
  7. Hey there! I'm interested in adopting a Siberian Husky puppy, and since I've never owned one before, I was hoping to get some advice when it comes to breeders. I have been searching for quite a while to find the perfect puppy, and I thought that I had, but later I was idly searching for husky pictures and came across a forum on this website, in which another user had in a similar situation to mine requested advice and discovered that his dream puppy may actually be riddled with health issues, and with your guys' help he decided on a much safer puppy. I'm hoping to have the same wonderful advice, so here he is! The breeder is Breeders name removed, and from what I could tell, they seemed very legitimate, with AKC certified parents and Champion Bloodlines, and the puppies looked healthy to me, but again, I am new to the world of huskies and am likely overlooking obvious health issues. I attached first the 3 photos of the puppy, an 8 week old male, and following those are the photos of Jax, the father, and Kita, the mother. Following those are the health guarantees they offer. I called them as well, and they seem genuinely interested in finding safe and suitable homes for their huskies, and were happy to help me. What do you guys think-is he a safe bet? Are there any questions I could ask the breeder to clarify anything in regards to his health? Thanks in advance!!
  8. Hey guys, im not sure if this is even the right place to post this kind of question but any help is highly appreciated. I’m looking for Husky pups to buy, I would like one with big blue eyes and nice markings when older/ fully grown. My question is, out of these two pups which one will have really blue eyes? Also do you guys have any pics on how the markings/black marks might look when formed? Thank you!
  9. Hi Everyone we get our little Hunter in 5 weeks and we can't wait! We've had dogs in the past but this is our first husky! We can't wait to bring our little guy home and want to be as prepared as we possibly can so any advice on what to get/do would be really appreciated! Thanks, Elly&Hunter
  10. So i recently adopted a husky, and we been together for about a week now. He is 18mo old, male, and his previous owner claims he is house-trained. Which seems very likely, as the first and second day he didnt pee in the house at all. But perhaps he was a little scared of the new environment? But since then he's been having accidents almost every day, and recently more frequently. In the beginning is was probably my poor schedule managing, but now i would take him to the backyard to pee (his designated place) and he would not let anything out and when we go inside after about 15 mins he would have an accident. I read that dogs likes to pee where they pee'd before and enzyme cleaner is a good solution to get the smell off. Which I did, but i think after i started using this he pees in the house even more. (not at same places). I tried startling him when he does it, it kind of worked in the beginning, and now hes not even startled anymore. I take him on walks too about ~2 hours in total a day. Around the same time, maybe 30mins difference. So i don't think its the result of poor schedule anymore. My guess it could be indoors territorial marking??? In the first few days, he would not have enough pee to mark most trees on our walk, so he would just lift his leg up and nothing would come out. Now, he's starting to drink more water (mostly from the toilet, cuz he hates his bowl for some reason), and he would pee a little here a little there on all the trees. So me guess is that he's holding in all this piss for storage, and releases randomly when he cant hold it anymore. But he should know at night that we're not going on another walk till morning, and he should've released himself on the evening walk or when i took him to the backyard before bed. Another thing is Urinary infection? I haven't taken him to the vet yet, thinking of going next week. Could it be? Any suggestions?
  11. Hello! I've mentioned some of this under my question thread (didn't realise this was here!:). My guy's name is Arlo & he's about six months. I got him from a husky rescue group & he may have shepherd in him! We were told he was dumped at a shelter because of a malformed eye & the rescue group was notified about his existence & took him in. They had his eye removed soon after & he's actually really lucky he lost it so young! He's a really sweet boy & super trainable - so far:) He's also a lot of work; energetic, stubborn, & comical! Talks a lot too! I'm glad I found this site! Thanks for having us<3
  12. Hello, I’m just in the process of adopting a lovely little husky lad into the family, alas even though it makes me cringe we will be removing his little lads to help calm any issues. I’m resigned to the idea that I’m going to be very busy with a very energetic toddler that’s going to need a firm commands and a loving touch. I’m a big walker and a bit of an insomniac so the exercise portion is not a great worry for me. What is my biggest worry is I have two 4yr old cats… Now I have a friend that has a husky and also has a couple of cats and they get along fine, his problem is that his dog is Houdini reincarnated and cannot let his dog of lead as it bolts. I’d love to give this little chap a loving home but I absolutely don’t want to see my cats come to harm, I’ve reasoned that with obedience training and puppy social meets will hopefully put him in a frame of mind of wanting to tolerate the cats. They will be introduced slowly I plan on moving the cats feeding stations upstairs and so they have a place away from the puppy and I’m hoping because he is a puppy will accept them as part of the family. I just wondered if there were any others out that with any success stories as for every good story I find on the internet I see a message saying nope Husky’s will just kill the cat which is a tad harsh as I have a lot of friends with all manner of dog breeds with cats and as mentioned earlier ones with Husky’s and cats. I’m guessing I am after some reassurance I think he will be a great addition to the family but any advice on integration would be most welcome. David
  13. Hi everyone! My name is Jade and I just recently got my Siberan Husky. Her name is Vale and I got her from a breeder in the Outerbanks of North Carolina. Any tips or tricks you guys can think of that I should know? This is my first time owning a Husky and I've come to realize how much personality she has! Also if anyone in the Raleigh or Charlotte area has a husky and wants to meet up that would be great. I need a way to burn her energy.
  14. Hello everyone! My name is Jillian and I am a new husky owner (I grew up with a husky as a kid but I wasn't the one training/taking care of him of course!). My little furbaby's name is Aurora and she is red Siberian Husky. She is currently 14 weeks old and I have had her since she was 7 weeks. The first week was great, because she was quiet and not used to her surroundings. NOW, she is a comfortable little terror! Of course she is teething and I have asked so many people what the best way is to go about that, and have been told to "wait it out and tell her NO".. Not working out too well! She doesn't nip at me or my boyfriend all that much anymore, but when visitors come over she gets very excited and it's almost as if she really can't help herself. Any advice on this? She also still has accidents in the house, I know we have to keep up with her and let her out often but I am wondering if anyone has any tricks to getting her to "ask" to go outside instead of just do it whenever she feels? I have plenty of other questions, but I will start out with those! Thanks everyone in advance! Aurora The Siberian (on Instagram as "snowbengalnova")
  15. Hello friends! I am new to this website but wanted a place where I could get information from fellow husky homes. I currently have 2 male huskies, their names are Loki and Oz (or Ozzie /Oz man) possibly looking to get another one. If I do and got another male do you think the 3 of them would get along just fine? Here are some photos of my boys.
  16. Hello. This is Lukas. He is now almost five months old. He is said to be a husky but when we took him to the vet they said he was husky malamute mix because he has back double dew claws. He's a very tame soul. I'm Savie. I am 28 years old. I have type 3 Osteogenesis Imperfecta. It is a brittle bone disease that didn't allow me to grow past three feet or walk. I'm in a power chair. My boyfriend and I got Lukas in November because husky is our dream dog. Because of my brittleness and the fact everyone seems to think husks are hyper unable to be tamed dogs we got a lot of criticism from family and friends for choosing Lukas. We didn't care because we don't invest in stereotypes. We picked the shy dog that didn't come to us. We did our homework. I stay at home with him. He is so gentle with me. He lovesssssss to wrestle with daddy and he is very social with other dogs. Him and my cat are working it out. Lol. He's Kennel and potty trained already. Has known sit from day one. The vet says he's a sweet boy. I love him. Here we are day one. Here we are a week later. He's a joker like me. Here's just last week. Hi,m and daddy.
  17. Hi. My name is Kasey and me and my bf, Matt, just got an 8 week old husky pup about a week ago. We named her Andi (pronounced ondi) We've both owned plenty of dogs in the past but this is our first time ever being around the breed but I've always loved them and am really excited to start the adventure. Is there anything we should know right from the get go? Also this is my first time on a forum and I don't really know what I'm doing. Any tips on that would also be greatly appreciated! Thanks
  18. I've had several dogs in my life time and worked with a great many more. I've been around more than my fair share of huskies and had a hand in the raising and early training of several litters of husky pups. I'm really at a loss here. I don't know if maybe I'm just overwhelmed because I'm disapointed but I could really use some outside advice. Today we adopted a 2 year old female husky. At her previous owner's home she was very vocal at us and very hesitant but after a few minutes warmed right up and by the time we went to get her into the van she was laying her head in my hands and enjoying full on cheek and neck fluffs. She rode in the van beautifully without a sound, relaxed and calm. Outside our home she was inquisitive and friendly. Inside? Not so much. She sat in front of the door and wouldn't move until we got her crate set up, now she's laying in the crate and growls at my husband every time he comes near it. I know it'll take her a while to get used to her new surroundings but I'm also worried. She won't take either food or water. I'm a little heartbroken that she won't have anything to do with me at the moment but I am absolutely prepared to be as patient as she needs for as long as she needs. No other dog I've had has been this way. Do you suppose this is just a normal transition or a red flag? Any advice welcome!
  19. We've had my puppy for 4-5 months now, & about two weeks ago I noticed a small spot on the top of her muzzle (right before her nose begins). It was red, and looked like a cut. So I figured she scratched it on something & let it heal up. Which it did almost, until I came home one day & it was back to red & it was bleeding a little, freshly cut. & repeat. Problem is, it happens around different times & I never catch her in the act of whatever she is doing, which I assume is rubbing her nose against something... Is this normal? I was going to ask the vet but apparently last time they only needed shots for her & no vet actual visit... Any tips or anything? I feel so bad for my baby...
  20. Hi Guys, Many moons ago the site used to have a gallery. This gallery was removed at some point down the line purely due to the fact that it was seriously resource intensive, and therefore as the site grew it became less feesable for us to have it included as one of the site features. However I have decided that there is a way we can have it back, and therefore you will now see the new gallery tab at the top of the forum. The gallery will be restricted in its allowances for members and almost unlimited for Sponsors of the site. A couple of reasons for this. Firstly if the site grows in people who want to use the full features of the gallery then those members will be sponsors. More sponsors we have the more resources the site can afford and therefore there is no problem with the extra resources being used. Secondly, without our site sponsors I can honestly say the site would not exist at all. It is simply too expensive to run a site like this without you, and its not often we have been able to give anything of any decent use back to you. This we would like to do as a thank you for keeping the site running for all the members who enjoy the site both now, in the past, and indeed into the future. So here goes. The gallery will be split into 2 sections. General, and Sponsors Albums. General will be where everyone can upload images to be shown in this category. Sponsors albums will allow the creation of separate albums for whatever use (subject to the site rules of course). Images and albums that are uploaded to the gallery can easily be shared in the forums (as can attachments from elsewhere including the calender!) by clicking on the "My Media" button within the post editor. Allowances. Members Max Upload Size: 2048kb per image Max Images Per day: 5 Upload areas: General Site Sponsors Max Upload Size: 3072kb (3mb) per image Max Images Per day: Unlimited Upload areas: General & Sponsors Albums Other: Ability to create own albums Ability to edit your images & comments Hope you enjoy the new features of the site
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