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@PonchosMom93
CONGRATULATIONS on saving your B-E-A-U-T-I-F-U-L PONCHO girl, and she saving YOU!!! Thank God and Amen!
*I see three invaluable priorities here, and assuming she is still somewhat of a PUPPY (age??).
1) HEARTWORMS: The heartworm MUST be treated by your Vet. I believe your Vet gives/does a procedure or gives a type of deworming medicine for PONCHO to kill & rid all heartworms currently in her heart. (After she's been properly treated by the Vet, then is where the HeartGard comes in to play...HeartGard is for the "prevention" and "guarding" of any future heartworms.) PONCHO can live a very happy & long life with having had heartworms...our German Shepherd had a bad case of then and lived a healthy life to age15.) So, it's so important to get her treated immediately by your Vet before starting the "monthly" HeartGard. Your Vet may let you have a payment plan if any procedures are performed.
2) DOG FOOD: PONCHO still needs to probably gain more weight if her hip/pelvic bones are showing pretty prominently. At this point, you can sample different types of dog food/raw food as everyone has recommended above. I have both my Huskies on Dry "Grain" (not Grain Free) Large Breed Puppy Food bcuz mine are extremely active. It doesn't really matter if it has grain in it or not. Grain Dog Food will be more affordable too. You can buy her some treats too like milk bones, bone marrow treats in a box, etc., to aid in weight gain. And you could do scrambled eggs daily vs every other day. Like what @BingBlaze n Skyla said about meat is great as well and lots of protein will help her growing muscles & bones grow stronger. Then some bulk foods to put weight on her. Do all this to get her at a healthy stable weight that will make her feel better & have more energy.
3) LOVE: Keep giving your PONCHO plenty of love and attention like you are doing. Keep giving her lots of reassurance and praise and let her know she is safe.
YOU ARE AN ANGEL SAVING PONCHO!


~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~

P.S. @BingBlaze n Skyla
Help. Can you please move my comment above to@PONCHOsMom93 ?? Thank you always so much!!🤗

~ANGIE, ARMANI & ALINAH~

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I found it from looking on Google for husky owner sites just for huskies. I was getting tired of other forums thinking they knew stuff about huskies but never owned one So now I tell any husky owner I meet to come here No one knows huskies better then actual husky owners 🤗🤗🤗

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I found this forum through google searching. I was panicking a bit about adopting our pup and just wanted more information about the breed :) We did have a husky cross previously but our previous husky came to us at 2-3 years old from the NWT SPCA and was very wild and had the instinct to run away as much as possible which ultimately led to her death (she was attacked in the forest by a cougar).

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Hello!

I found this website when I was searching google for posts similar to my questions about my puppies coat. We weren't provided much information on our dog by the humans and it was a little odd. Many people always commented on how 'oddly' soft and large our Sibe was. So we went on a Google hunt for other Sibes like our Shiva. We came across a post on here from an account that wasn't active for I believe some years, but they had a pooch that was A LOT like ours, just different coloring. Thankfully this website emails when users receive messages and the other user was able to contact me rather quickly.

Sadly, their pooch passed away over a year ago, but being able to talk to the person about their experiences and showing pictures has been amazing!

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Googled Husky information and this site came up. As I read through the threads, I realized there was also an app. So, I downloaded it. I'm very happy to be here. It takes a village to raise a Husky.

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