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  1. I have two five-year-old female huskies that are sisters from the same litter. With the current situation they're with me all day, but they seem to be getting into mischief more than usual. Aside from going for walks they're indoors with me all day and they're being destructive even with me right in the next room. I'm searching for anything I can buy online (my state isn't currently open to purchase much in store) that would be an indestructible toy or something that would really engage their brains. They are big chewers so I haven't found that rubber toys work well for more than a couple of days at best as they just enjoy chewing them. I currently have Benebones which they love and occasionally the deer antlers. However, I find they "argue" over the antlers even when they're identical so I limit those for them. I also steer clear of treats like peanut butter because I found that it really upsets their tummies so they do not get people food of any kind. Pet stores I have near me are Pet Supplies Plus, Petsmart, and Petco. I'd appreciate any help you guys can offer (New Englander here so don't be offended by my use of the term "you guys" as it encompasses all the people ). Preview attachment IMG_4842.jpg IMG_4842.jpg 748 KB
  2. Hey All, I am a new husky mama located in Nashville Tennessee and I am needing some advice from you all that have more experience with caring for your pup. Blaze is currently 4 days old and I will be welcoming him into my home on June 26th. I have a 2 year old daughter, and I wanted her to have a forever fur friend she can grow up with. I am going to consider him my son and her little brother lol. I chose a husky because of their loyalty. I wanted a dog that would be a great companion for me and my daughter. I decided to get a puppy so I can watch him grow up to be the majestic dog I know he will be. Before he arrives, do you have any advice for me? I want to make sure I am aware and prepared of what it takes to be a husky mama. Any advice on what to have before he gets here, crate training, exercising tips ect. Are there any neighbors in Nashville Tennessee that can meet up for play dates. Please feel free to express all of your pros and cons for huskies I am all in and excited to be a part of this forum. I have attached Blaze's first picture since his debut on 05/08/2020. Can't wait to have this little guy in my home.
  3. Molly going crazy over the squeaker. Sapphire ripped it from her toy so I was squeezing it and molly started doing this, so i had to naturally record it and post it. Also, please be nice about her face. Yes she is a full Siberian. She was bit by my eldest Siberian when she was 9 Weeks old. It was one of those accidents that cost me a lot of time and money. She's a wonderful dog with a face that only adds to her personality!
  4. So I just started this new program called Barkbox. Anyone hear it? My friend Nikki got it for her dog and it's pretty awesome. I used her referral link and got $5.00 off my first subscription. The way it works is you pay $29 a month (which it automatically renews and bills you every month, I think on the 3rd, but you can cancel anytime easily by just clicking the cancel button), and every month it sends out a box full of toys, treats, sometimes coupons and gift cards. It's kind of neat. My dog gets bored easily of toys, so having a fresh monthly supply for less than I'd get at a pet store is nice. but if you want it for cheaper they have other packages, as little as $18 a month for 6 months, the only reason I didn't do that is because you have to pay those all up front. I wanted to try it out first and see how it was before doing a 3 or 6 month commitment. But so far i'm delighted by it, and so is the pup. OH another bonus is you can pick a package for the appropriate sized dog. My dog Hagen is a medium size (about 55 pounds) but Layla is a giant, she's probably closer to 75 or so (and only a a year, thats the malamumet in her I imagine haha). So we selected the largest box so the toys would be big enough for Layla. Hagen doesn't play with toys that much anyway, unless it's a plush toy that he can tear apart and disperse the fluff around in the living room. We like to call that "making it snow" lol. But the pups got their first box and they loved it. What I really like about it is that it doesn't send SAMPLE sizes, like you'd expect. you get full packages and the toys are great. I think the value works out nicely, since toys can often be rather expensive. If anyone wants to try it and get a discount on their first box, you can use my link here and get $5 off. $5 off link If anyone tries it, let me know if you like it too
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