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Hi we're moving to Florida and I need advice on how to make sure that I can properly and adequately care for my Alaskan Malamute. I would really prefer comments back from people who live in year-round warm areas thank you. Or have successfully had a huskie in a long relationship with warm weather

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Hi. I really appreciate the hello but I'm looking for advice from people who have it have had their full bred Huskies in warm areas and tips and lifestyles for my dog. This isn't something I want to spend time on Google with. I want my dog to enjoy his life with us.

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  • 10 months later...

This is a hard step to do, but trust me, when I was in this situation, I looked forward to a new future when I decided to move. I cleared up my feelings and had no regrets. https://sekamoving.com/moving/fine-art-movers/, I called these guys to help me move my stuff, and everything arrived in place. If I didn't have their help, I'd probably have called some random company that would bring my stuff damaged, and I think most of them would've been gone. Don't worry about moving. It's an essential step in everyone's life. Just make sure to call the right moving company.

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Moving to Florida with an Alaskan Malamute can be challenging, but it’s doable with some planning. I live in a warm area with a Husky and found that regular grooming, plenty of water, and avoiding the hottest parts of the day for walks really helps. Make sure to provide a cool, shaded area for your dog to rest, and consider using cooling mats or vests.

When I moved, the process was quite hard – the packing seemed endless, and coordinating everything was a nightmare. A friend recommended https://threemovers.com/florida/, and they really helped make the move easier by handling a lot of the logistics. Having professionals to rely on took a huge load off my shoulders. Good luck with your move and caring for your Malamute!

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