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Husky (Huskies): diet /breeding, natural dog foods, natural lamb
natural dog foods, natural lamb, puppy food: Hi Amanda, What your feeding your dog is just fine. It doesn t contain the extra Chemical ingredients like regular dog food. If you have good results and your dog isn t having an problems with the food, it is just fine. Now are you feeding this to a...

Husky (Huskies): diet, raw meaty bones, raw bones
raw meaty bones, raw bones, fruit and veg: You ask what is the huskies diet, this is a very debated question. I my experience my dogs do best on a diet as close as I can get it to what they would have existed on in the wild. So it is mainly 80% raw meaty bones, with other stuff added in for variety....

Husky (Huskies): digging under fence, mile of fence, radio fences
mile of fence, radio fences, electrical fence: Why are they doing this - probably just because they are Siberians and have decided (most likely from learning from one of them) that this is a fun activity. YOur best bet - deter digging with an electrical fence. Not necessarily radio fences, but rather...

Husky (Huskies): digging, digging holes, amale
digging holes, amale, sandbox: Hi Jeff, Huskies get bored easily so what you have to do is exercise them more. This is one problem with owning a husky is the amount of exercise they need and if they don t get it then they start destroying their owners things to entertain themselves....

Husky (Huskies): My dog is eating her poop, siberian huskie, dominance behavior
siberian huskie, dominance behavior, meat tenderizer: Hi Virginia, The condition your dog has is coprophagia, which just means consumption of feces by an animal. This is normal behavior for puppies, but can be a cause of medical condition. The reasons why dogs/puppies eat feces are Attention-seeking...

Husky (Huskies): dog weight, beet pulp, dog foods
beet pulp, dog foods, canidae: It depends, how tall is she how wide is she built? If you are feeding a good food usually 2 cups a day is good. Cheaper dog foods need more to get almost the same nutrition (most cheaper dog foods have the nutrition... but it is in ingredients such as corn,...

Husky (Huskies): my dog, protective instinct, sign of affection
protective instinct, sign of affection, aggressive dogs: While Siberians are well known for lacking a territorial or protective instinct, they are still dogs and will act in certain ways. One of these is to protect their possessions and react to strange stimuli. A full pure-bred Siberian will usually be incapable...

Husky (Huskies): dogs temperament, special relationship, many a time
special relationship, many a time, huskies: Dear Rosa, Huskies would in general rather help a robber carry out your stuff then protect anything. 99% of these dogs are this way inclined they love every body. But I do have one, my lead dog Devil who has protected me many a time, if I don t like some...

Husky (Huskies): droopy ear, droopy ears
droopy ears: No, ears usually will finally come around with a year. If it is a purebred Sibe, the ears should stand erect, but it varies from dog to dog how long this takes. Some pups have them fixed at two or three weeks old, other pups will have droopy ears for months....

Husky (Huskies): Ear infection causing floppy ears, floppy ears, husky puppy
floppy ears, husky puppy, ear drops: Honestly, I wouldn t worry about this too much. If the dog was older, I would be more alarmed, but many Sibe ears alternate for the first several months of their lives, being straight up, floppy, going back to erect, etc. Generally, around 8-10 months they...

Husky (Huskies): Ear infection causing floppy ears?, floppy ears, husky puppy
floppy ears, husky puppy, ear drops: The ear infection itself, no it won t cause the ears to be floppy. If the puppy is itching it profusely, doing a lot of shaking and dragging its head. That can cause the ears to become floppy. The cartilage in the ear is what holds the ear in the upright position....

Husky (Huskies): Eating Dirt?, puppy kibble, clumps of dirt
puppy kibble, clumps of dirt, water weed: Top soil is often enriched with manure and many dogs find this appetizing. There are some reasons why it made sense in the wild and in the evolution of canines, but of course, now it carries little meaning. I think the most important thing to do is just...

Husky (Huskies): Eating And Eye Color, purina dog chow, different colored eyes
purina dog chow, different colored eyes, year and four months: Glad that helped. There are several groups out there with a lot of information on raw food diets - you should be able to search the Internet and find quite a bit. Check out BARF (Bones And Raw Food) groups and such as they will be able to give you the most...

Husky (Huskies): Eating Habits, bacon grease, husky mix
bacon grease, husky mix, wet food: Hi Michelle, Huskies can be picky eaters. They also tend not to eat as much food as we expect dogs to eat. I am sorry to hear about the trouble you are having with her so far. I suggest trying cooked hamburger and white rice. If this doesn t work,...

Husky (Huskies): Eating Other Dogs Poop, goose poop, goose droppings
goose poop, goose droppings, shepherd mix: Yes that could be one of the reasons. (Goose droppings are just delicious to a dog... No other reason for that) Try switching dog foods. Add a supplement. Do you own the other dogs that he is eating the poop of (what kind of food are the other dogs feed if...

Husky (Huskies): Escape Artist, zip ties, carabinier
zip ties, carabinier, escpecially: She likes the plastic one because she knows she can get out of it when ever she pleases. Of course she isn t going to the the wire one because she loses the freedom she knows she has in the plastic one. It is like grounding a child, haha they are going to...

Husky (Huskies): Exercise, two trees, bulk email
two trees, bulk email, huskie: Glad you found the site, and if you would like to join a mailing list that has a ton of invaluable information - try Sibernet-L. That group has a ton of activity (several hundred emails per day), so I do encourage people to set the server to Digest (one...

Husky (Huskies): ears, purebred siberians, floppy ears
purebred siberians, floppy ears, prey drive: Huskies do have erect ears, which can take some time to develop from puppyhood. If you combine that with shepherd dogs, which often have larger ears that can take even longer to become erect, you could have a mix that can take a while. It also wouldn t surprise...

Husky (Huskies): eating habits, fussy eaters, old hope
fussy eaters, old hope, little chicken: I m not sure I understand the question exactly nor the situation, but Sibes don t eat much as a whole anyway, and so you may be overfeeding. If not, I would suggest feeding them in separate areas and if the Sibe isn t eating his, maybe treating it with a...

Husky (Huskies): eating, puppy food, nutrition content
puppy food, nutrition content, adult dogs: Depending on what you are feeding her and its nutrition content, it sounds like you are probably fine. 3 cups per day through 3 feedings for a 4 month old sounds reasonable. You MAY change to feeding twice a day, but that is your preference and your dog...

Husky (Huskies): exercising a Husky, obstacle course, running like the wind
obstacle course, running like the wind, horse corral: Hi Rahma, Yes, you should buy a harness. This will reduce the stress on his neck when he is running beside you on the bike. You can purchase a simple harness at a local pet store. Bring him along to make sure you are getting the right size. If you need...

Husky (Huskies): eye problems and siezures, siberian husky puppy, vetinary advice
siberian husky puppy, vetinary advice, coordination problems: Dear Erin, Both these problems sound like they need some vetinary advice. My advice is to get these things looked at by a professional as they are not normal things which occur within the breed. A good vet can help you with this more than I can. Hope both...

Husky (Huskies): eyes, multicolored eyes, eye colors
multicolored eyes, eye colors, dialated: Tough to say without seeing, but if your Sibe has multicolored eyes (one blue, one brown, or both eye colors in one eye, etc) the dilation can be difficult to measure by just visual inspection. Additionally, blue eyes refract light into the eye differently...

Husky (Huskies): eyes, eye colors, eye changes
eye colors, eye changes, eye problem: Husky eye colors are one of the most diverse and possible confusing of any breed. Several times we ve had vets look at our dogs and be concerned about the health of their eyes because of the coloration (each has one blue, one brown, and a little bit of blue...

Husky (Huskies): Fact-finding mission!, sibe, question thanks
sibe, question thanks, chicken wire: It definitely can t hurt. I ve heard of successful use of a sandbox to encourage digging play, and burying bones or toys in the sand is always a good encouragement. On the other hand, some Sibes have a mind of their own and will go after other spots too....

Husky (Huskies): FECES, puppy lovers, chicken soup for the puppy lovers soul
puppy lovers, chicken soup for the puppy lovers soul, kennel cough: My suggestion here is that since you ve had some medical concerns and you are seeing some behavior that is at least questionable - take your dog to the vet. Unfortunately, there is too much possible for a diagnosis over email. The medicine can cause some...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding 2 huskies at the same time leads to fights, puppy hood, gorgeous dogs
puppy hood, gorgeous dogs, siberian huskies: The bitch is just showing her dominance. You can try feeding them at different times. For example bring in the bitch and give her food, then bring in the male. You can also put a leash on the bitch well she is eating. When the bitch starts to act up, take...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding my Huskies, raw meaty bones, commercial dog food
raw meaty bones, commercial dog food, siberian huskies: Dear Kelli, I only ever feed my guys once a day, huskies can be very ruled by food. But beware huskies were specifically designed to subsist in a very harsh environment on very little food and work all day on it. So they can become very overweight in the...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding My Husky Pork, dry dog food, raw eggs
dry dog food, raw eggs, sibe: Hi Keri, Finding the dog raw whole eggs is are fine, but they should be cooked (lightly scrambled or hard boiled). Pork makes dogs have diarrhea and isn t good for there digestive system. A lot of vet s say no table scraps, but I find it to be ok. It is...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding a Husky, low blood sugar, wet food
low blood sugar, wet food, pound on: A 4 month old puppy should be teething so dry would be the best. I like to save wet food for instances when your dogs refuses to eat for one reason or another. I like to give my dogs Canadae dog food because it has no fillers and contains no Soy which tends...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding huskies, purina puppy chow, raw food diet
purina puppy chow, raw food diet, rare occurance: Hi Dani, I am so sorry that is has taken me so long to respond. I have had a big emergency with my son and have been away from home for sometime. I would try feeding her some hamburger (cooked) and rice for while. I feed this to my huskies when they...

Husky (Huskies): Another Feeding Question, pet food companies, commercial dog food
pet food companies, commercial dog food, raw diet: Dear Donna, Well to answer your question as I am asked this one alot, a diet of commercial dog food is not something I would recomend for any dog. Sadly to say I see many dogs who fare very badly on this diet. I can never understand that humans are always...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding RAW, raw food diet, commercial pet food
raw food diet, commercial pet food, chicken bones: Hi Nathalie, Sorry if took me so long to get back to you. Yes, you can feed your puppy the Raw Food Diet. I personally don t know much about it since I have never tired it. Yes, cutting up the meat would be good. Stay away from big bones until he gets...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding my Siberian., exclusion diet, husky boy
exclusion diet, husky boy, listining: I have a few questions. Has the dog been like this since you bought or adopted him? If so i think it could be cause he misses his old home. Some dogs and even cats are like that. If that is the problem if you possibly could, get something from their old home...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding Siberian Huskies, mixed breed dogs, commercial dog food
mixed breed dogs, commercial dog food, siberian huskies: Dear Dawn, I guess you are now starting to see the aftermath a diet of commercial dog food has had on your dogs. Sadly to say I see many dogs who do very badly on this diet. I can never understand that humans are always told that to eat healthy they must...

Husky (Huskies): Feeding my Siberian., raw food diet, exclusion diet
raw food diet, exclusion diet, barf diet: HI Carly, Usually when Huskies get older they tend not to eat that much. They get picky on what they eat. Many husky owners give their huskies the BARF diet. The BARF diet is raw food and bones. Since he seems to only enjoy chicken, this diet might...

Husky (Huskies): Female 8 month old siberian husky, crate training, siberian husky
crate training, siberian husky, sleep: Several questions need to be answered here - but the first of which is How big is the crate? This is often the cause of well over half of the problems with crate training. The crate should not be any bigger than enough for the dog to lay down and turn...

Husky (Huskies): Fencing, electrical fence, vet visits
electrical fence, vet visits, privacy fence: Hi Peter, The other expert suggested the electric fence and the pet grade energizer. The energizer is what produces the electricity in the wires of an electrical fence. The problem with an electric fence is the owner needs a trained in how to use one...

Husky (Huskies): Fish, canadae, sea plants
canadae, sea plants, natural diet: I would get a food that includes fish in the ingredients. I will ask around. I know there is some fish that are actually not good for them. I know tuna or albacore is one that isn t good for them, it actually causes harm. To be on the safe side get a food...

Husky (Huskies): FOLLOW UP QUESTION, hip displasia, chris answer
hip displasia, chris answer, grand rapids michigan: Hi Chris, I got a couple emails about husky rescue and some people that might me welling to take him. They want to know more about his energy level, training (sit, stay, lay down), house training(other then the peeing and pooping in the house). And they...

Husky (Huskies): Food???, correct diet, wet food
correct diet, wet food, natures balance: Natures Balance makes a Meat log that my crew finds absolutely delectable it has a mixture of meat (beef, turkey or Lamb) and dog friendly veggies. I would get his teeth looked at just to be sure just doesn t have a cracked molar or something that would cause...

Husky (Huskies): Food type, black currants, sweet fennel
black currants, sweet fennel, chamomile flowers: They answered me. This is their ingredients. It is in the order they add them (most to least) Fresh deboned chicken, check meal (low ash), turkey meal, russet potato, fresh de-boned whitefish, chicken fat (preserved with mixed tocopherals, a natural source...

Husky (Huskies): Food, quality dog food, pound dogs
quality dog food, pound dogs, little chicken: Make sure that you are feeding him a good quality dog food and realize that Siberians do not need a lot of food. My two get one cup of food per day and some meat with it (about tablespoon or two per day). That s it . . . for 50 pound dogs, they don t eat...

Husky (Huskies): 1 year old husky >.<, pointer finger, hand signal
Husky (Huskies): 1 year old husky >.<, pointer finger, hand signal, old dog

Husky (Huskies): 11 mth old husky won't eat, chicken breast, boil
Husky (Huskies): 11 mth old husky won't eat, chicken breast, boil, good luck

Husky (Huskies): my 11 wk old husky has a droopy ear all and it did't start out that way, left ear, perky ears
Husky (Huskies): my 11 wk old husky has a droopy ear all and it did't start out that way, left ear, perky ears, husky breeder

Husky (Huskies): having 2 husky puppies, submissive females, male dogs
Husky (Huskies): having 2 husky puppies, submissive females, male dogs, 2 females

Husky (Huskies): 4 Month Husky and proper food, vet appointment, puppy food
Husky (Huskies): 4 Month Husky and proper food, vet appointment, puppy food, huskies

Husky (Huskies): 7 month old husky who still bites
Husky (Huskies): 7 month old husky who still bites

Husky (Huskies): Advice on Husky, huskies, correspondence
Husky (Huskies): Advice on Husky, huskies, correspondence, india

Husky (Huskies): Agression in my pup
Husky (Huskies): Agression in my pup

Husky (Huskies): Alaskan Malamute puppies, alaskan malamute, genetic risk
Husky (Huskies): Alaskan Malamute puppies, alaskan malamute, genetic risk, responsible breeders

Husky (Huskies): Average Height and Weight, wheat flower, hip dysplasia
Husky (Huskies): Average Height and Weight, wheat flower, hip dysplasia, animal fats

Husky (Huskies): abit more about bones, liquid stools, jasmine rice
Husky (Huskies): abit more about bones, liquid stools, jasmine rice, raw chicken

Husky (Huskies): I just adopted a siberian husky, nutritious meal, siberian husky
Husky (Huskies): I just adopted a siberian husky, nutritious meal, siberian husky, tripe

Husky (Huskies): alpha dog, shepherd mix, dogs
Husky (Huskies): alpha dog, shepherd mix, dogs

Husky (Huskies): Beginner, toy breed dogs, positive reinforcement
Husky (Huskies): Beginner, toy breed dogs, positive reinforcement, digging holes

Husky (Huskies): Behavior issue, scotish highlands, sled dogs
Husky (Huskies): Behavior issue, scotish highlands, sled dogs, lurcher

Husky (Huskies): BORDER COLLIE/HUSKY CROSS, border collie, husky mix
Husky (Huskies): BORDER COLLIE/HUSKY CROSS, border collie, husky mix, electronic fence

Husky (Huskies): Breathing, huskies, pant
Husky (Huskies): Breathing, huskies, pant, pup

Husky (Huskies): behavioral issues, moth, wal mart
Husky (Huskies): behavioral issues, moth, wal mart, dish

Husky (Huskies): breeding huskies, yorkshire terriers, sibe
Husky (Huskies): breeding huskies, yorkshire terriers, sibe, true statement

Husky (Huskies): Cats and dogs, cats
Husky (Huskies): Cats and dogs, cats

Husky (Huskies): Cats and dogs..., intelligent creatures, sled dogs
Husky (Huskies): Cats and dogs..., intelligent creatures, sled dogs, reasoning skills

Husky (Huskies): Climate for huskies, tiles floors, horrible creatures
Husky (Huskies): Climate for huskies, tiles floors, horrible creatures, own toys

Husky (Huskies): Couple questions, raw food diet, commercial dog food
Husky (Huskies): Couple questions, raw food diet, commercial dog food, waste of money

Husky (Huskies): climate, celsius, lays
Husky (Huskies): climate, celsius, lays, jasper

Husky (Huskies): Destructive behavior, dyas, stairs
Husky (Huskies): Destructive behavior, dyas, stairs, carpet

Husky (Huskies): dog weight
Husky (Huskies): dog weight

Husky (Huskies): Escape Artist, anxiety, darkness
Husky (Huskies): Escape Artist, anxiety, darkness

Husky (Huskies): eating habits, sibe, tap water
Husky (Huskies): eating habits, sibe, tap water, dog food

Husky (Huskies): exercising a Husky, squeaky ball, animal training
Husky (Huskies): exercising a Husky, squeaky ball, animal training, lunge

Husky (Huskies): eye problems and siezures, husky puppy, head trauma
Husky (Huskies): eye problems and siezures, husky puppy, head trauma, abnormality

Husky (Huskies): Feeding RAW, commercial pet food, raw diet
Husky (Huskies): Feeding RAW, commercial pet food, raw diet, dr pitcairn

Husky (Huskies): Feeding my Siberian., dry dog food, picky eaters
Husky (Huskies): Feeding my Siberian., dry dog food, picky eaters, siberian husky

Husky (Huskies): Feeding Siberian Huskies, bloat, biscuit
Husky (Huskies): Feeding Siberian Huskies, bloat, biscuit, mixer

Husky (Huskies): Female 8 month old siberian husky, pee poop, travel style
Husky (Huskies): Female 8 month old siberian husky, pee poop, travel style, lou lou

Husky (Huskies): how fast are they ?, burst speed, kph
Husky (Huskies): how fast are they ?, burst speed, kph

Husky (Huskies): female huskie wont walk on leash, work dogs, ancher
Husky (Huskies): female huskie wont walk on leash, work dogs, ancher, german shepard

Husky (Huskies): Gentle Leader collar, prong, breathing problems
Husky (Huskies): Gentle Leader collar, prong, breathing problems, walks

Husky (Huskies): genral questions, empty water, siberian husky
Husky (Huskies): genral questions, empty water, siberian husky, water bottles

Husky (Huskies): The growth rate of Husky?, zoophilia, huskies
Husky (Huskies): The growth rate of Husky?, zoophilia, huskies

Husky (Huskies): Hot Weather, plastic kiddie pool, hard plastic kiddie pool
Husky (Huskies): Hot Weather, plastic kiddie pool, hard plastic kiddie pool, pool works

Husky (Huskies): Howling husky mix, backpack, walks
Husky (Huskies): Howling husky mix, backpack, walks, job

Husky (Huskies): Howling husky, inconvenience
Husky (Huskies): Howling husky, inconvenience

Husky (Huskies): Huskies, hand signals, pack leader
Husky (Huskies): Huskies, hand signals, pack leader, upmost

Husky (Huskies): Huskies and kids, pond plants, wood pile
Husky (Huskies): Huskies and kids, pond plants, wood pile, whimpers

Husky (Huskies): Huskies and small dogs, huskie, pomeranian
Husky (Huskies): Huskies and small dogs, huskie, pomeranian, aggressor

Husky (Huskies): Husky + Apartment, huskies, neighbors
Husky (Huskies): Husky + Apartment, huskies, neighbors, apartment

Husky (Huskies): Husky anxiety, baby gate, sibe
Husky (Huskies): Husky anxiety, baby gate, sibe, good relationship

Husky (Huskies): Husky-Bichon Frise mix, husky mix, temperment
Husky (Huskies): Husky-Bichon Frise mix, husky mix, temperment, mom

Husky (Huskies): Husky's chewing, everthing
Husky (Huskies): Husky's chewing, everthing

Husky (Huskies): Husky with dry/cracked nose, fish oil omega 3, vitamin e
Husky (Huskies): Husky with dry/cracked nose, fish oil omega 3, vitamin e, sunscreen

Husky (Huskies): Husky eating habits, male husky, adolesence
Husky (Huskies): Husky eating habits, male husky, adolesence, sausages

Husky (Huskies): Husky heat cycles, heat cycle
Husky (Huskies): Husky heat cycles, heat cycle

Husky (Huskies): Husky/Labs, otes, thay
Husky (Huskies): Husky/Labs, otes, thay, 10 years

Husky (Huskies): Husky mix don't like other dogs, chocolate lab, ppl
Husky (Huskies): Husky mix don't like other dogs, chocolate lab, ppl, dogs

Husky (Huskies): Husky mix and kids, cesar milan, dominance
Husky (Huskies): Husky mix and kids, cesar milan, dominance

Husky (Huskies): Husky Puppy Exercise, bone structure, pup
Husky (Huskies): Husky Puppy Exercise, bone structure, pup, arthritis

Husky (Huskies): Husky Seizures, strenth, hardest thing
Husky (Huskies): Husky Seizures, strenth, hardest thing, siberian huskey

Husky (Huskies): Husky Not Shedding, shedding season, bald areas
Husky (Huskies): Husky Not Shedding, shedding season, bald areas, malamutes

Husky (Huskies): Husky and stool problems, bland diet, shiny coats
Husky (Huskies): Husky and stool problems, bland diet, shiny coats, raw diet

Husky (Huskies): Husky Training, cinches, armpits
Husky (Huskies): Husky Training, cinches, armpits, husky

Husky (Huskies): Husky training, husky breeder, national competitions
Husky (Huskies): Husky training, husky breeder, national competitions, harnesses

Husky (Huskies): My Husky Wont Eat, cooking eggs, dry dog food
Husky (Huskies): My Husky Wont Eat, cooking eggs, dry dog food, two eggs

Husky (Huskies): Husky - weight - 7 mos., huskies, 7 months
Husky (Huskies): Husky - weight - 7 mos., huskies, 7 months, hybrid

Husky (Huskies): Husky won't eat!, samething
Husky (Huskies): Husky won't eat!, samething

Husky (Huskies): Huskys nose, siberian husky mix, siberian huskies
Husky (Huskies): Huskys nose, siberian husky mix, siberian huskies, siberian husky

Husky (Huskies): holwing prolbem, ipod, music
Husky (Huskies): holwing prolbem, ipod, music

Husky (Huskies): house breaking my alaskan husky, sleddog, boundries
Husky (Huskies): house breaking my alaskan husky, sleddog, boundries, iditarod

Husky (Huskies): huskey hoiling, long periods of time, litter mates
Husky (Huskies): huskey hoiling, long periods of time, litter mates, husky puppy

Husky (Huskies): huskeys ears, blood flow, ears
Husky (Huskies): huskeys ears, blood flow, ears

Husky (Huskies): huskies and what they eat, time owners, chihuahuas
Husky (Huskies): huskies and what they eat, time owners, chihuahuas, husky

Husky (Huskies): huskies and malamutes, norsled, kinds of dogs
Husky (Huskies): huskies and malamutes, norsled, kinds of dogs, females

Husky (Huskies): husky with aggressive behavior, cruciate ligaments, emergency vet
Husky (Huskies): husky with aggressive behavior, cruciate ligaments, emergency vet, gentle leader

Husky (Huskies): Our husky is biting a little too hard., dominance games, equal eye
Husky (Huskies): Our husky is biting a little too hard., dominance games, equal eye, natural tendency

Husky (Huskies): husky eyes, border collie, husky mix
Husky (Huskies): husky eyes, border collie, husky mix, collie

Husky (Huskies): husky itching, skin sores, staff infection
Husky (Huskies): husky itching, skin sores, staff infection, broken skin

Husky (Huskies): husky/lab, fun life, good luck
Husky (Huskies): husky/lab, fun life, good luck, skin allergies

Husky (Huskies): One or two husky puppies?, 7 months, pup
Husky (Huskies): One or two husky puppies?, 7 months, pup, these dogs

Husky (Huskies): Does my husky puppy look normal in these colors?, eye colors, coats
Husky (Huskies): Does my husky puppy look normal in these colors?, eye colors, coats

Husky (Huskies): husky puppy, dominance aggression, wits
Husky (Huskies): husky puppy, dominance aggression, wits, yelp

Husky (Huskies): My husky is in season(heat), 28 days
Husky (Huskies): My husky is in season(heat), 28 days

Husky (Huskies): A husky in a small home, alaskan klee kai, color of eyes
Husky (Huskies): A husky in a small home, alaskan klee kai, color of eyes, google

Husky (Huskies): my husky won't eat meat, beef tripe, border collie
Husky (Huskies): my husky won't eat meat, beef tripe, border collie, dog kibble

Husky (Huskies): My husky won t stop nipping and Biting, bad behaviour, reinforcement
Husky (Huskies): My husky won t stop nipping and Biting, bad behaviour, reinforcement, luvs

Husky (Huskies): My husky wont eat!!!
Husky (Huskies): My husky wont eat!!!

Husky (Huskies): Invisible fence?, invisible fences, fence system
Husky (Huskies): Invisible fence?, invisible fences, fence system, invisible fence

Husky (Huskies): Jumping while walking, sidewalk, amount of time
Husky (Huskies): Jumping while walking, sidewalk, amount of time, tactic

Husky (Huskies): Keeping my husky comfortable, huskys, undercoat
Husky (Huskies): Keeping my husky comfortable, huskys, undercoat, firm believer

Husky (Huskies): My Killer Husky Mix, husky mix, rottweiler
Husky (Huskies): My Killer Husky Mix, husky mix, rottweiler, remorse

Husky (Huskies): How to keep my dog from running away., human companion, mile radius
Husky (Huskies): How to keep my dog from running away., human companion, mile radius, rocky mountains

Husky (Huskies): Life Span of a Husky, good luck, huskys
Husky (Huskies): Life Span of a Husky, good luck, huskys, brother and sister

Husky (Huskies): Life span, cancer, husky
Husky (Huskies): Life span, cancer, husky, hip problems

Husky (Huskies): malamute husky., errancy, soundness
Husky (Huskies): malamute husky., errancy, soundness, professional breeder

Husky (Huskies): Having two males huskies?, shepard mix, siberian husky
Husky (Huskies): Having two males huskies?, shepard mix, siberian husky, alpha male

Husky (Huskies): New Husky Pup vs crate/crying, stupid dogs, husky pups
Husky (Huskies): New Husky Pup vs crate/crying, stupid dogs, husky pups, sleep deprivation

Husky (Huskies): Normal weight?, siberian husky
Husky (Huskies): Normal weight?, siberian husky

Husky (Huskies): Are these normal?, sibe, streams
Husky (Huskies): Are these normal?, sibe, streams

Husky (Huskies): Obedience tips, play car, tonka
Husky (Huskies): Obedience tips, play car, tonka, squirrels

Husky (Huskies): odd behaviour, husky, legs
Husky (Huskies): odd behaviour, husky, legs

Husky (Huskies): outside dog?, german shepherd mix, dirt bed
Husky (Huskies): outside dog?, german shepherd mix, dirt bed, food situation

Husky (Huskies): paw licking, bitter apple, separation anxiety
Husky (Huskies): paw licking, bitter apple, separation anxiety, cabin fever

Husky (Huskies): another question for you!, dog whisperer cesar milan, cesar milan
Husky (Huskies): another question for you!, dog whisperer cesar milan, cesar milan, national geographic channel

Husky (Huskies): Rescued Husky that won't eat, raw hamburger, cream cheese
Husky (Huskies): Rescued Husky that won't eat, raw hamburger, cream cheese, first bite

Husky (Huskies): Seperation Anxiety, sibe, puppy
Husky (Huskies): Seperation Anxiety, sibe, puppy

Husky (Huskies): Shaving Siberian Huskies, siberian huskies, head hair
Husky (Huskies): Shaving Siberian Huskies, siberian huskies, head hair, pacific northwest

Husky (Huskies): My Siberian Hair Don't grow back?, salmon oil, natural diet
Husky (Huskies): My Siberian Hair Don't grow back?, salmon oil, natural diet, groomer

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Huskies and what they eat!, huskies
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Huskies and what they eat!, huskies

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky, calcium pills, siberian huskies
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky, calcium pills, siberian huskies, working dogs

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky attacks deer, foster kittens, prey drive
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky attacks deer, foster kittens, prey drive, nordic breeds

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky/Beagle mix, wild dogs, husky mix
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky/Beagle mix, wild dogs, husky mix, beagle mix

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky Defending, dominance, toys
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky Defending, dominance, toys

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky Diet, purina one dog food, raw meat
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky Diet, purina one dog food, raw meat, diarrhea

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky drinking urine and urinating every hour, medicinal compounds, feeling unwell
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky drinking urine and urinating every hour, medicinal compounds, feeling unwell, secondary purpose

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky ears flopping, ears
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky ears flopping, ears

Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky, siberian huskies, unneutered males
Husky (Huskies): Siberian Husky, siberian huskies, unneutered males, raw food diet

Husky (Huskies): Siberian husky fence problems, chain link fence, jumping over fences
Husky (Huskies): Siberian husky fence problems, chain link fence, jumping over fences, great escapes

Husky (Huskies): Siberian - Malamute Fights, cesar milan the dog whisperer, cesar milan
Husky (Huskies): Siberian - Malamute Fights, cesar milan the dog whisperer, cesar milan, google

Husky (Huskies): Siezures, phenobarbitol, seizures
Husky (Huskies): Siezures, phenobarbitol, seizures, pup

Husky (Huskies): Sudden destructive chewing, separation anxiety
Husky (Huskies): Sudden destructive chewing, separation anxiety

Husky (Huskies): second husky, dogs
Husky (Huskies): second husky, dogs

Husky (Huskies): Not shedding and bad odor, avail, vet
Husky (Huskies): Not shedding and bad odor, avail, vet

Husky (Huskies): Thinking about getting a huskie!, responsible owner, poms
Husky (Huskies): Thinking about getting a huskie!, responsible owner, poms, puppy

Husky (Huskies): Thinking of getting a Siberian Husky, floppy ears, raw hide
Husky (Huskies): Thinking of getting a Siberian Husky, floppy ears, raw hide, alaskan klee kai

Husky (Huskies): Training, magic word
Husky (Huskies): Training, magic word

Husky (Huskies): tormemting cats!, small dogs, tenses
Husky (Huskies): tormemting cats!, small dogs, tenses, instinct

Husky (Huskies): Wart-like growth on my Husky, purebread, demodex
Husky (Huskies): Wart-like growth on my Husky, purebread, demodex, anytype

Husky (Huskies): walking, old grandma
Husky (Huskies): walking, old grandma

Husky (Huskies): want to buy a husky as family dog.. way too may "advice" websites, huskie, cats
Husky (Huskies): want to buy a husky as family dog.. way too may "advice" websites, huskie, cats, male pup

Husky (Huskies): it wont listen 2 me, siberian husky breed, todler
Husky (Huskies): it wont listen 2 me, siberian husky breed, todler, siberian husky

Husky (Huskies): worried about my husky, irritable bowel disease, commercial dog food
Husky (Huskies): worried about my husky, irritable bowel disease, commercial dog food, raw diets

Husky (Huskies): me again...., alaskan malamute
Husky (Huskies): me again...., alaskan malamute

Husky (Huskies): zinc responsive dermatosis, gold bond powder, antiseptic properties
Husky (Huskies): zinc responsive dermatosis, gold bond powder, antiseptic properties, tinactin

Husky (Huskies): how fast are they ?, sprint speed, endurance athletes
sprint speed, endurance athletes, long distances: I would say just like a human, there is a wide range of types out there. Siberians were bred to be endurance athletes - quick runners, light loads, long distances. While no comparison to a Greyhound (top speeds around 45 mph (72 kph), the sprint speed of...

Husky (Huskies): fatty female huskys, cup measurement, pro pac
cup measurement, pro pac, kibble: Depends on the type of kibble you are using. If she is gaining weight, then you are feeding her too much is the simple answer. To give you a reference point, I feed my dogs a super-premium kibble (Pro-Pac) and they are fed twice a day. We use a standard...

Husky (Huskies): feed?, dry dog foods, dry dog food
dry dog foods, dry dog food, wet food: Hi John, I would suggest feeding your dogs Pedigree. Both the dry and wet food is safe to feed to your two huskies. I feed my huskies pedigree and recommend it. California natural and Innova pet food is also safe. The problem with those is they...

Husky (Huskies): Am I feeding him too much?, purina dog chow, puppy food
purina dog chow, puppy food, appropriate weight: Hi Rachel, Your puppy should be eating 3 times a day until he reaches 6 months. The amount of food they tell you to give your puppy on the back of the packages isn t always right either. To determine the amount your puppy needs you need to measure how...

Husky (Huskies): feeding, nutro natural choice, vet check
nutro natural choice, vet check, border collie: Well, there seems to be very little nutritional difference between the large breed puppy and standard puppy formulas (about 2% on protein is all that would affect caloric intake). With that being the case, I can compare them directly to what I found with...

Husky (Huskies): feeding habits, training dogs, cat food
training dogs, cat food, bread butter: I know how you feel. I have had the problem with my huskies. She is still a puppy, so she will act up a lot. If you have the cat food next to the dog dish, then of course she will eat the cat food. All dog loves cat food. It is ok if she eats a little...

Husky (Huskies): feeding my husky pup, siberian husky puppy, quality dog food
siberian husky puppy, quality dog food, male puppy: Not all Siberians eat like Siberians are supposed to. Siberians can survive on a smaller amount of food then any other type of dog (sometimes feeding to the chart is over feeding a Siberian I go according to my dogs body fat index I get them to an ideal weight...

Husky (Huskies): feeding puppy?, border collie, dogs food
border collie, dogs food, meal time: Hi Megan, You should be feeding your puppy 3 meals a day until about 12 to 16 weeks than it is 2 meals a day. The amount depends on how much she eats within 10 to 15 minutes. If she is eating her food all up in a few minutes and is still hungry then you...

Husky (Huskies): feeding a sibe, knuckle bones, chicken bones
knuckle bones, chicken bones, household dangers: I do not see a problem feeding bread/toast to dogs. The reason why they say cereal is bad is that it contain corn ingredient. Corn is just hard to digest, so they tell you not to feed it to dogs. The only bones that are good for dogs are knuckle bones....

Husky (Huskies): feeding, red blood count, chicken bones
red blood count, chicken bones, stomach virus: Yes, it is true. You can feed dogs rice. It helps their digestive system, especially if they a stomach virus. I know IAMS has dog food that is lamb and rice. Dogs cannot have chocolate because it is toxic to them. Cereal can contain corn ingredient, which...

Husky (Huskies): female 6-month siberian husky pees in crate, puppy proof, seperation anxiety
puppy proof, seperation anxiety, rescue dogs: The important part is that the crate must not have an area where she can eliminate in and then go over to another side of the crate. It doesn t sound like this is the case. Instead, it appears that you are dealing with a seperation anxiety of some sort,...

Husky (Huskies): female dog aggressive on leash or in harness, doggie day care, dominant personality
doggie day care, dominant personality, border collie: Dear Laura, I too have a dog who behaves like this and I must say it is a very trying habit to break. When a dog is on a leash it sees its personal space as being invaded easier by others, humans as well as other animals and is more prone to react aggerssively...

Husky (Huskies): female huskie wont walk on leash, dog obedience classes, jack rabbit
dog obedience classes, jack rabbit, working dogs: Dear Brenda, What you are seeing is the true nature of a husky at work. Remember these dogs were not bred for pets but for working dogs. So many people get these dogs because of thier beauty and charm and forget the reason these dogs were bred in the first...

Husky (Huskies): My female siberian pee's in the house, vet visit, female dogs
vet visit, female dogs, enzymatic cleaner: Getting back to the basics of house training is a good start. Make sure she is confined if you can t watch her and stay diligent in watching her. The reason I asked about her being fixed is she may be suffering from incontenince - it s a problem that can...

Husky (Huskies): a few problems with a 3 month old, leather welding gloves, leather gloves
leather welding gloves, leather gloves, thick leather: Here s a response I ve written before about dealing with the play biting: First, it is important to understand that dogs bite for two reasons: play and defense/aggression. Nipping and leaving red marks...

Husky (Huskies): i have a few questions about huskies, huskie, siberian husky
huskie, siberian husky, marathons: Purchasing a dog is a significant investment of time, money and commitment to care for the animal for the entire life. Actually, I recommend most people DON T get a Siberian Husky - they are strong willed, independent, intelligent, disobedient, super-active...

Husky (Huskies): first outside leash walk, gentle persuasion, own pace
gentle persuasion, own pace, drago: Dear Nuno, Yes I must say you did leave it a bit late to start leash work. The best thing you can do is put him in the car and take him some where interesting like the beach or a park. Put the lead on him and without pulling him at all let him explore at...

Husky (Huskies): My first pup, siberian husky owners, chain link fence
siberian husky owners, chain link fence, first pup: Well, with adequate research and due diligence, a Siberian Husky can work with a first time dog owner - it did me. However, I do caution people - it s not as easy as it looks. But do your research, get good training, and you should be alright. The main...

Husky (Huskies): floopy husky ears, floppy ears, beautiful boy
floppy ears, beautiful boy, siberian husky: I m not sure I exactly follow the question here, but if you are asking if it is normal/acceptable for a Siberian to have floppy ears at 6-7 weeks of age, the answer is a definitive yes. Some lines of Sibes have erect ears at just a few weeks old, and others...

Husky (Huskies): floppy ears vs. teething, floppy ears, adequate nutrition
floppy ears, adequate nutrition, ocurrence: I have never heard that floppy ears are a result of teething, although it is not uncommon for a dog s ears to stand erect and then go back to being floppy at different points in their development. Some dogs take 6-9 months before their ears are consistently...

Husky (Huskies): food agression, dominant traits, food bowl
dominant traits, food bowl, natural response: It is a natural response that permits survival in a wild environment. It can be corrected, but just takes some time in a domestic world. Here s what I just wrote to someone else with this problem: Also, if your dog is food possessive, immediately start...

Husky (Huskies): food, ian billinghurst, kidney failure
ian billinghurst, kidney failure, principal ingredient: Hi there, Well i must say that in answer to your question on feeding commercially prepared dog food,my recomendations you may not like.I myself never feed it as i find that all my sibes do far better on a natural diet of whole good quality foods just like...

Husky (Huskies): General Advise, mail box, great dogs
mail box, great dogs, honest input: Hi Debby, Even with Husky mixes, it is hard to tell if they will be runners. Not knowing what type of mix he is other than husky can t guarantee you anything either. Right now it is to soon to tell if he is going to like all other huskies. I know people...

Husky (Huskies): General Help, mail box, honest input
mail box, honest input, chocolate lab: Hi, Since he was a stray, he probably has some other dog in him. He might take on the other dogs personality shown when the dog comes when you call him. He will probably take on the trait of husky and the other dog. I currently have a mix husky pup. right...

Husky (Huskies): General Questions, different colors, huskies
different colors, huskies, rott: Hi Michelle, Well since he is 2 weeks older than what you thought then you can feed him 2 times a day. You may start off with three times a day if you wish. You need to feed him once in the morning, in afternoon or after you get home for work, and again...

Husky (Huskies): Gentle Leader collar, gentle leader head collar, gentle leader collar
gentle leader head collar, gentle leader collar, martingale collar: This is a classic problem with Siberians who were bred to PULL. It is in their nature, and they can do it really well too. In fact, unlike a lot of other dogs, Sibes pull with their entire bodies pressed into the pull. When going on a normal walk, this...

Husky (Huskies): My Girlfriend is pregnant, obedience training, attention problems
obedience training, attention problems, solid foundation: First of all, any time you have dogs with babies, there are some things that need to be worked out in advance and prepared for. Obviously your time spent with the animals will change, and that s something that you need to prepare for and in some ways - you...

Husky (Huskies): Grooming, thick undercoat, weather change
thick undercoat, weather change, pin brush: Shedding can be a problem. It s the biggest reason most siberians are outside dogs. The best tool to use for removing the dead undercoat is called a shedding blade. You can find it at most pet shops such as PetSmart. If you can t get a blade, a long toothed...

Husky (Huskies): genral questions, adult dogs, irish man
adult dogs, irish man, best bet: Puppies do sleep a lot - and being carnivores by nature, they will sleep more than you might think throughout most of their lives. Some dogs love toys and take to them immediately, some don t - not a big deal, just keep looking for stuff he likes. I have...

Husky (Huskies): giving a 7week puppy a bath, puppy shampoo, husky puppy
puppy shampoo, husky puppy, pup: A mild puppy shampoo should be great, just check the age limit that they usually have on the bottle (usually says 6 weeks and up). Is this puppy is out doors primarily make sure the weather is warm. Giving a dog a bath removes the oils in the coat that protects...

Husky (Huskies): The growth rate of Husky?, calcium supplementation, maturity age
calcium supplementation, maturity age, physical maturity: Siberians are generally considered to have filled out and be an adult dog around 24 months, although there is some muscle development that can happen up to about 3 years. Genreally, however, you will see little height growth after 18-24 months. Siberian...

Husky (Huskies): Hair Loss/Weight Issues, high protein diets, adult coat
high protein diets, adult coat, hamburger meat: I use cooked, but I know plenty of others that use raw - it s whatever you and your dog are comfortable with. (We startedwith raw, but Shadow liked cooked better. We still substitute with occassional raw treats too like chicken wings.) The performance puppy...

Husky (Huskies): I Hate to part with my Husky, rescue group, loving family
rescue group, loving family, new job: Hi Marlon, I am sorry to hear about giving up Maxx. I know how hard it is to part from an animal you love so much. The first thing I would recommend is trying to locate a rescue group that deals with Siberian Huskies. Tell them that you are looking for...

Husky (Huskies): Heavy Panting, temperate climates, heart guard
temperate climates, heart guard, minimal problems: It s hard to diagnose over email and I wouldn t want to counter a vet s opinion when he or she has physically examined the dog. Common problems I ve seen though: obviously heat (these are arctic dogs living in temperate climates - they get hot easily), asthma,...

Husky (Huskies): Help! My dog is attacking me..., girl freind, positive reinforcment
girl freind, positive reinforcment, kennel cough: She sounds like a hand full. She is owning all of the things you are taking from her, she is alpha. Sounds strange, but think about it all those things became hers, even her pee, its hers. What does she do if you step toward her when she is attacking? I...

Husky (Huskies): Help! Sibe losing hair fast!, excessive hair loss, guard hairs
excessive hair loss, guard hairs, indoor dogs: While there are definitely exceptions and Siberians can and do have coat problems and medical conditions that contribute to excessive hair loss, 90% of the time - it s normal. Siberians are designed to stay warm in weather as cold as 40 below zero, and...

Husky (Huskies): Hi I have used a lot of ur..., dear danny, stage of life
dear danny, stage of life, sleds: Dear Danny, Glad I have been of help to you. The jumping up thing is a hard one, some huskies just love to do this, I have one I could never train out of it. I really don t know what to tell you on this one except if she does it just walk away and go inside....

Husky (Huskies): Hot Weather, siberian huskies, heat relief
siberian huskies, heat relief, personal preference: I wonder that too. Sauna perhaps? I have two, one that does the very same, and the other that will hide in shaded spots and dodge the sun, so I think it s personal preference. Just make sure they have shade and water, and usually dogs are pretty good about...

Husky (Huskies): House breaking, creatures of habit, carpet cleaners
creatures of habit, carpet cleaners, sensitive nose: Crate training is the most effective method I ve found. Here s an excerpt from another email about a dog named Jax - it should help a little. Also, make sure you get a properly sized crate (just large enough for the dog to lie down in): ...

Husky (Huskies): Housetraining, chewies, piece of cloth
chewies, piece of cloth, potty training: To make the crate a better place for the pup. Give her, kong, various chewies and toys only in her kennel. So she understands that the kennel is a good place where good things happen. The kennel will be part of the potty training. Was she pad, towel or paper...

Husky (Huskies): Howling husky mix, energy dogs, husky mix
energy dogs, husky mix, collar work: I think this question does warrant a little explanation of typical Siberian behavior patterns. First, Siberians are very high energy dogs. I always remind people that the Iditarod is a race of 1100 miles that is run with 16 dogs in about 9 days - that s...

Husky (Huskies): Howling husky, spitz dogs, pack animals
spitz dogs, pack animals, couch potato: This comes down to a case of not only a dog being a dog, but a Siberian being, well, a Siberian. There are several things that Siberians do - it s in their nature. First, they are extremely active dogs. Any dog that was bred to run 100+ miles per day...

Husky (Huskies): Huskey's eyes, huskey, brown eye
huskey, brown eye, blue eye: Hi Danielle, Yes, it is possible for pure breeds to have brown eyes, even one blue eye and one brown eye. The average weight of an husky is female 35-50 pounds and males 45-60 pounds. I hope this answers your question. If you have anymore questions,...

Husky (Huskies): My Huskey tail, puppy, curve
puppy, curve, good luck: Hi Paula, I am so sorry that is has taken me so long to respond. I have had a big emergency with my son and have been away from home for sometime. Huskies tails do curve over there backs. I don t know if the husky is a pure breed unless it has...

Husky (Huskies): Huskie pees indoors, rawhide, peeing
rawhide, peeing, uti: Has she been tested for a UTI? It can be possible that she is mad at you for leaving her alone. If that is the case giving her something to do like chewing something (i.e. everlasting treat ball, kong or rawhide) this will distract her. If you have any...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies, massive amounts, excercise
massive amounts, excercise, these dogs: Hi There, Your beliefs about this breed are spot on. If you love your cat I would not even consider a husky at all they just love to hunt and get a cat. Also the city is really not a good place for a husky either, these guys need massive amounts of excercise....

Husky (Huskies): Huskies, lunar landscape, guard dogs
lunar landscape, guard dogs, small dogs: Dear Jody, This answer would have been quicker in coming but the server for this site was down. These are the traits of a husky, they are in general great with kids but with such a young one I would be very watchful. They are also pack dogs and would be fine...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies, 7 months, husky
7 months, husky, akc: Dear Shari, This 2 year limit applies in Australia, and was current when I used to breed in the 90 s. It is 10 months for males there as well. I gather you are refering to the American rules? I am not familiar with those but I was amazed the limits would...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies,,,, submissive position, two dogs
submissive position, two dogs, pathes: It is caused because She was used to being the alpha of the pack, now this male is here she is feeling insecure. She is trying to find her place with this new male. The most important thing to do when a new dog comes in is do not change any pattern that the...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies, throut, huskie
throut, huskie, rabbits: My guess - she s probably not feeling well from the general mood of the house and cold going around. I would get her up to date on shots, but generally, rabbits are pretty safe to kill and don t pose much threat of injury where infection could occur. I don...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies and Climate, siberian husky mix, fleas and ticks
siberian husky mix, fleas and ticks, australian outback: It is good to be concerned, and if you are concerned - generally you ll take the necessary precautions. Siberians are arctic dogs and thrive in cold weather. Once you ve seen a Sibe running through the snow, tongue hanging out and plowing through it, you...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies drinking urine, drinking urine, male dogs
drinking urine, male dogs, siberian huskies: Dear Sheila, Well dogs usually drink and eat funny things when they have some kind of deficiency in their diet.So i think you should take a good look at what it is that they are being fed.Giving vitamins and mineral suppliments may help,have you noticed that...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies and fences, wooden privacy fence, tall privacy fence
wooden privacy fence, tall privacy fence, wood planks: I have heard conflicting reviews on the chain link (or similar) versus wood plank privacy). On one hand, a fence that a dog can see out of is less of a barrier to protect and allows the dog to see out. On the other hand, the wood plank privacy fence keeps...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies in india, thick coats, loving breed
thick coats, loving breed, ferocious animals: Hi Kailash, First, yes they can live in India. They do have thick coats and live mostly in colder areas, but they can tolerate extreme wide temperature range in relation to their body temperature. They appear better adapt in high temperature areas. So...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies alone, male husky, wooden fence
male husky, wooden fence, electric fence: Leslie, So I take you got the dog. Congrats! Now comes the tough part of own them. I have to laugh, because when I first got my husky I did not think he would eat the interior of my car, but he did. He also ate my couch, carpet, etc. Huskies get board...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies & other breeds together, litter mates, husky pups
litter mates, husky pups, breeds of dogs: Hi Kimberly, What you are seeing is dominance order being established in your pack. This process is quite normal and would have happened regardless of the breeds of dogs you have, 3 sibes would have done just the same. As your 2 huskies are litter mates they...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies and small animal attacks, male puppies, citizen program
male puppies, citizen program, small dogs: Siberian Huskies are not by nature aggressive (although it can happen), but instead are very active and rambunctious. Unfortunately, this hyperactive play often results in injuring smaller animals that can t handle the intense play of the Siberian Husky....

Husky (Huskies): Huskies and small dogs, yorkshire terriers, prey drive
yorkshire terriers, prey drive, small dogs: Siberian Huskies are notorious for playing rough - and if you get two of them together, you will see this. While growing up with the Yorkies is a good help, a 40-60 lbs ball of energy may go overboard. Also, unfortunately Sibes will go a little crazy sometimes...

Husky (Huskies): When do Huskies stop growing in size, separation anxiety, medical emergency
separation anxiety, medical emergency, dax: Hi Lee, I am sorry that is has taken me so long to reply. I have had a big medical emergency with my son and was away for some time. Huskies usually stop growing at the age of 2 years old. Right now he is severing from separation anxiety and it will...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies in winter, dog house, pet stores
dog house, pet stores, huskies: A lot of pet stores make heated bowls to help get around this. Also, insulating the bowls and keeping a smaller surface area should help as well. I know a lot of people that use buckets in the dog house. The bucket reduces the surface area of the water...

Husky (Huskies): Huskies, man dogs, dear don
man dogs, dear don, family cat: Dear Don, Seems you know a lot about these guys.You are correct in saying the husky does not guard, though I do have one that does. But in this breed that is a rarity, because they were bred primarily to work with all in general in often very trying conditions....

Husky (Huskies): Husky or What?, siberian husky, siberians
siberian husky, siberians, malamutes: Hi Alicia, Yes it does sound suspicious that your husky may not be a sibe. My sibes which are considered huge are 24 inches at the shoulder and are 65 pounds Max. To the person in the know Siberians and Malamutes look very different. What colour is he? Most...

Husky (Huskies): Husky, top of the stairs, upstairs apartment
top of the stairs, upstairs apartment, worth the risk: I am very sorry for my delayed response to your question. My phone company decided to sever my internet completely and would not reconect it for over a week. Now to your question. Believe me a husky who wants to chase a cat will and no doggie gate will stop...

Husky (Huskies): My Husky, bitter apple spray, guage metal
bitter apple spray, guage metal, invisible fencing: Well, welcome to ownership of a Siberian. First, it is important to understand that these are very intelligent, very active, and (potentially) very troublesome dogs. Sibes have been known to gnaw through wood and metal fencing to get what they want. Bitter...

Husky (Huskies): Husky, dog sled, household pet
dog sled, household pet, sibe: It depends on what they are doing. A pet Sibe can eat as little as one measuring cup of food per day of high quality kibble. A working dog (pulling a sled in the Iditarod for example) will eat several thousand calories of a high fat and protein mush usually...

Husky (Huskies): Husky, metal crates, husky
metal crates, husky, short period: Hi Viktor, I can really relate to your problem! I was one of those owners who really wanted a husky, bought one, and found out they don t behave well when left alone. I would really recommend getting a crate. I wouldn t recommended leaving him in...

Husky (Huskies): Husky, alaskan klee kai, siberian husky
alaskan klee kai, siberian husky, o rings: Without seeing the dog, it is tough to say. Siberian Husky males should be at least in the 40-45 lbs. range, so this one is small. There is a variant of the Siberian Husky that was made into miniature sizes called the Alaskan Klee Kai - could be the case...

Husky (Huskies): Another Husky, alpha dogs, dominant personality
alpha dogs, dominant personality, alpha status: Well, same sex pairings with dogs can be difficult, although female-female I think can be easier than male-male. In anycase, male-female is easier. Any dog under 18 months is usually pretty good to introduce to another dog and still get along, so you have...

Husky (Huskies): Husky + Apartment, homing instinct, alaskan malamute
homing instinct, alaskan malamute, border collie: Glad to hear things are going well. Recall with a Sibe is difficult, so I understand the frustration. Your best bet to mentally drain your sibe is obedience work or agility. A combination of getting your dog to work, to think and obey is usually the best....

Husky (Huskies): Husky Arthritis, humain society, pain threshold
humain society, pain threshold, clumsy gait: Dear Obie, Well congratulations on rescuing a dog, we need more people like you. You are right to wonder what his injury will allow him to do, or not to do in the future. Only time will tell really, I have seen dogs break legs and never really have further...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Attack, kind of dogs, internal conflict
kind of dogs, internal conflict, poor girl: Thanks and Your Welcome! I hate when vets are like that. Almost any dog can be saved with a little work. I know there is some that can t but Siberians naturally lack aggression (I know some can get that way but it is ALMOST always negligence on the owners...

Husky (Huskies): Husky anxiety, invisiable fence, aluminum blinds
invisiable fence, aluminum blinds, vertical blinds: If the only thing she chewed was the blinds keep them up out of her reach and let her wander the house. She only chewed them up because she wanted to see better outside. Mine have done the same thing (I left them tilted so he could see out but he still chewed...

Husky (Huskies): Husky-Bichon Frise mix, nieces and nephews, shepard mix
nieces and nephews, shepard mix, best guess: First of all any time that you mix two breeds, you are often times less certain of the results. Sometimes you end up with traits right in the middle of two breeds, other times you end up with getting only extremes from the dog. Because of the difference...

Husky (Huskies): Husky & Biting, husky mix, bitting
husky mix, bitting, siberians: Rebecca, Well, you ve stumbled on to probably my most popular question and a relatively easy one to fix. I ve written about it before, so here s a copy of that: First, it is important to understand...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Chewing on Tail, self mutilation, hind quarters
self mutilation, hind quarters, neck collar: You might want to see if he is allergic to his food, for that ask your vet. Or do you see it as a learned behavior, if it is you dog is bored and has to much pent up energy. In this case your dog needs a job and more exercise. A tired dog that has satisfying...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Cross Breed-Siberian & Malamute, soup bones, electric fence
soup bones, electric fence, great personality: I wouldn t feed Iams. It is to high in calories. What you need for a large dog is Protein to fuel the muscles not calories. Try a food like, Canidae, Timberwolf Organics, Gold Medal, Chicken Soup for the dog lovers soul, Natures Balance (the meat logs) or...

Husky (Huskies): Husky's chewing, exersize, spirts
exersize, spirts, husky: Hi Kristin, You are going to have to crate your husky. No matter what you try, if he is out roaming the house he will destroy everything. And you are right, if you get another husky, there will be a bigger mess. So my suggestion is to crate him while...

Husky (Huskies): Husky chewing, butter spray, obedience training
butter spray, obedience training, daugter: Unfortunately, there is no easy solution to this problem, but several little things that can help. At 18 months, the dog is not teething, so this is a behavioral problem - not a developmental one. The good news is that behaviors can be relearned. First,...

Husky (Huskies): Husky cross changed toilet habits, toilet habits, toilet training
toilet habits, toilet training, specific place: Unfortunately I don t in this case. Usually the way to encourage dogs to go in a specific place and praise that behavior. Most of the time we establish this by having the dog on lead, and taking them outside to the same bathroom spot each time. By repetition,...

Husky (Huskies): Husky and Diarrhea, pepto bismal, bland diet
pepto bismal, bland diet, natures balance: Swich to a food that has no Soy, wheat or corn in it. Siberians have a sensitive digestive tract that is sensitive to grains. they are also sensitive to spices. I suggest Canidae, Wellness, Gold metal, Timberwolf Organics, Blue Bison or natures balance...

Husky (Huskies): Husky diarrhea, iams puppy food, chicken bones
iams puppy food, chicken bones, chicken and eggs: Hi Christina, I am so sorry that is has taken me so long to respond. I have had a big emergency with my son and have been away from home for sometime. I was suggest try hamburger (cooked) and rice. This helps for upset stomachs and diarrhea. Chicken...

Husky (Huskies): Husky diet, commercial dog food, dry dog food
commercial dog food, dry dog food, nutritious diet: Dear Tanya, Ah the diet question, well I must say you have witnessed the benifits of fresh raw food first hand. The rule is all the diet must be raw, and I feed no commercial dog food at all and I have 4 huge thriving boys the oldest is almost 10 he only...

Husky (Huskies): Husky digs under fence and flees, scarlett o hara, cinder blocks
scarlett o hara, cinder blocks, cinder block: Unfortunately, the problem that you are describing is pretty normal. Siberian Huskies are known for being master escape artists, and they have a drive to run and explore. Obedience training unfortunately doesn t usually help in containment issues. I understand...

Husky (Huskies): Husky dog, water bowls, kidney problems
water bowls, kidney problems, two dogs: Depending on temperature and activity level, I wouldn t think that two bowls of water is excessive. Of course, this also depends on the size of the bowl. Excessive thirst can be a sign of kidney problems or diabetes, so it may be worth a trip to the vet...

Husky (Huskies): Husky with dry/cracked nose, zinc supplements, siberian huskies
zinc supplements, siberian huskies, dear al: Dear Al, I know exactly how you feel as I had this same problem with my dog Nikki and it was a very perplexing problem for me. She was white mostly and I lived in the desert in Australia. I did the vet examination, and thought all the same things as you did...

Husky (Huskies): Husky eating habits, raw diet, calorie counters
raw diet, calorie counters, wits end: Huskies are know to limit their own food intake. I have 2 that are like this. It is absolutely normal. Usual when mine start getting like that it is because I have not exercized them enough. Huskies are good calorie counters and some will not eat more if they...

Husky (Huskies): Husky not eating well, corn meal, teets
corn meal, teets, female friend: I need more information here on the eating problem: 1) What are you feeding? 2) Are treats involved? 3) How much are you feeding? 4) How often are you feeding? 5) What is the dog s weight? 6) Has he lost any weight? With that info I should be able...

Husky (Huskies): Husky - getting enough food?, natural peanut butter, canned pumpkin
natural peanut butter, canned pumpkin, vegetables and fruits: Since that food is the only thing that won t upset his tummy (have you tries Canidae lamb and rice?) You will have to see if your dog will eat some vegetables and fruits (not kidding try feeding him slices of apples and mix peas and green beans into his food.)...

Husky (Huskies): Husky excercise, energy training, metal spring
energy training, metal spring, best bet: Well, it sounds like the first thing that you should do is work on loose-lead walking. First, a dog constantly straining at the end of leash is problematic. It can cause damage to the throat and present several problems. I ve actually met dogs that all...

Husky (Huskies): That Husky Focus, prey drive, alaskan husky
prey drive, alaskan husky, selective breeding: A leash. Huskies, with that focus, can t be trusted. Period. The prey drive is too high to break, and that is the drive that will cause her to run when seeing a cat, another dog, a squirrel, a turkey, etc. Unfortunately, years of selective breeding have...

Husky (Huskies): Husky fears to thunders, kitchen doors, best bet
kitchen doors, best bet, good answer: Unfortunately I don t have a good answer to this one. The only thing I can say is that dog s usually work their fears around their environment and others acting within it. Both of our dogs are indoor/outdoor, and we bring them in when storms are coming in...

Husky (Huskies): Husky feeding, feeding dogs, table scraps
feeding dogs, table scraps, dogs health: Dear Mike, If you want the best health for your husky you should seriously consider feeding a diet of all raw food, bad feeding can seriously damage your dogs health and life expectancy. If my vet had of told me this I would be getting another one. He is...

Husky (Huskies): Husky growth, hi chris, weight gain
hi chris, weight gain, twelve months: Hi Chris, The height of a husky 20 to 22 for the females and 21 to 23 1/2 for males. The weight of males is 45 to 60 pounds and 35 to 50 for the females. Huskies grow at a fast rate, so by 6 months they are about half their full grown weight. They are...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Health, attention getter, deer meat
attention getter, deer meat, canned salmon: Hi There, To feed your husky properly yes give all raw food. I will not go over all I have said previously to others as I guessed you have already read what I said here. So I will answer as best I can. Would canned salmon be okay for the fish? Canned fish...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Help!!, siberian husky, kibble
siberian husky, kibble, food bowl: First of all - don t worry, this is completely normal behavior for a dog. Chances are, the dog feels more comfortable with you and just doesn t trust your boyfriend as much. There are some simple ways to help fix this behavior. First, try to make sure...

Husky (Huskies): Husky hair growth pattern, thick undercoat, guard hairs
thick undercoat, guard hairs, reno nv: Hello Jarrod! Thank you for writing and congratulations on your new puppy. He s a little young yet. See what he looks like this time next year. This is also the time of year when they are out of coat or losing their winter coat. What s the climate like...

Husky (Huskies): Husky heat cycles, heat cycles, canines
heat cycles, canines, time frame: Spotting in estrus (heat) can be prolonged in canines. I m not sure about breed specific, but I ve heard that 9 is about average, but up to 20 days is not abnormal (or alarming). If has exceeded that time frame, I would suggest a vet to check things out,...

Husky (Huskies): My Husky has Issues, puppy phase, harnass
puppy phase, harnass, siberians: First of all, welcome to the club :) All huskies have issues, and most of us love them exactly for their issues. As for the first issue - nipping. It doesn t sound like she is biting out of aggression, but a lot of Sibes love walks and get very playful...

Husky (Huskies): Husky interacting with a new puppy, dogs and puppies, small dogs
dogs and puppies, small dogs, siberians: Actually, female Siberians (and actually usually males) often are great friends with puppies. They usually understand small dog versus lunch - as the body language is familiar. In fact, body language is often one of the biggest problems with inter-species...

Husky (Huskies): Husky/Lab Sitting On Owner, two dogs, quirk
two dogs, quirk, dominance: Might be - it s tough to say without seeing the rest of the behavior. Any position over top of another dog or owner is usually a sign of dominance, but dogs often use this to help encourage play too. Additionally, the dog may just like the warmth and comfort....

Husky (Huskies): Husky/Labrador Mix Behavior, labrador mix, mixed signals
labrador mix, mixed signals, careful eye: Dear Morgana, Sometimes i guess dogs are just like people and at times it is difficult to guess what is on their minds.Perhaps the pug gave your boy some signal that you did not see,or interpret,and he was just answering her back in kind.Some bitches can...

Husky (Huskies): Husky/Labs- Social Eaters??, husky labs, little growl
husky labs, little growl, ms campbell: Hello again, I had a female husky who did all the things you mention, she was devoted to my husband and not interested in me at all. She refused to do many things I told her. I just didnt worry about it and let her have her little sulking fits, the bigger...

Husky (Huskies): Husky/Labs, husky labs, shoe laces
husky labs, shoe laces, ms campbell: Dear Ken, Yes the traits you describe are very husky. Here are some traits of the breed so you know a little more about your dog. Welcome to the world of Siberians, you are due for a tough crash course in dog ownership. I will help you all I can. Huskies...

Husky (Huskies): Husky on the loose, homing instinct, male dogs
homing instinct, male dogs, fianc: Well, first off - a Siberian should never be left off lead in an unenclosed environment; they are too adventurous - and (males especially) aren t known for having a homing instinct. The wanderlust is notorious in the breed. Also, unlike humans, canine...

Husky (Huskies): My Husky, Male Shadow about 9 months old, male shadow, training dogs
male shadow, training dogs, australian shepard: I m not sure about the crate size here, but that could be part of an issue with the crate problems. Crates should be just large enough for the dog to lay down in and no more. If that isn t the case, then you have a dog with some issues that were created...

Husky (Huskies): Husky mix don't like other dogs, chocolate lab mix, husky mix
chocolate lab mix, husky mix, squirrel: Hi Bob, I find this weird that she cannot get along with other dogs. I have a couple of questions for you. Now do you have other dogs in the household? Does she fight with the other dogs or just go crazy and bark at the dogs like she wants to attack them?...

Husky (Huskies): Husky mix and kids, obedience training, husky mix
obedience training, husky mix, ms campbell: Dear Kim, Well you would have to wonder if something has gone on with some kids and your dog that you do not know about.Perhaps he was hurt or scared by some children at some time.The only real thing you can do is to do what you have already done and that...

Husky (Huskies): Husky mix, husky mix, small animals
husky mix, small animals, chickens: Sorry Patricia the people at the shelter are being very naieve. I have had many people tell me the same story as you have. It would be most rare indeed if your husky did not attempt to eat the small animals you have at your house. To have any chance of integration...

Husky (Huskies): Husky mortality rate, husky malamute, mortality rate
husky malamute, mortality rate, malamutes: This is a tough one and really something that is your personal decision with the information gathered from your vet. Siberian Husky lifespan is usually 10-14 years, with of course 20 year olds running around acting like their normal goofy selves with a touch...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Novice, loose stools, husky world
loose stools, husky world, puppy food: Weight issues are tough to deal with over email, but here s the general guideline - it depends on his height. According to the AKC standard, males should be 21-23.5 inches in height (measured at the shoulder) and about 45-60 lbs. If your dog was bred to...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Pup, siberian huskies, pro pac
siberian huskies, pro pac, husky puppy: It depends on the type of kibble, but SIberian Huskies have a highly efficient metabolism. We feed ours twice a day, at each feeding they get: 1/2 cup of kibble (Pro Pac High Performance Puppy) 1/2 cooked hamburger + melted grease It s not much food...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Puppy Exercise, husky puppy, pup
husky puppy, pup, joints: You can let a Siberian pup run till they drop. The only thing that you cannot do with a pup that young that will cause problems is pulling and jumping. In jumping I mean flying off the couch, deck or high platform this can damage their joints. Pulling would...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Puppy feeding, stool consistency, husky puppy
stool consistency, husky puppy, loose stools: I personally recommend high quality kibble with meat supplements, but that s what I ve found works best for my dogs. Amounts will increase as they age, and then taper off and decline as they approach a year. You re general guidelines are as follows: 1)...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Puppy Girl, gorgeous dogs, obedience class
gorgeous dogs, obedience class, husky puppy: Dear Christina, I am glad you sought out information from others who know about this breed before making a decision. So many people see the beauty of these dogs and just blindly get one thinking little of what it is they have actually got. A Husky and a Golden...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Puppy, husky puppy, aggressive tendencies
husky puppy, aggressive tendencies, sibe: I apologize for the delay in getting back with - it appears that AllExperts has ceased sending notification emails to me. Well first, a 3 month old puppy, especially a Sibe, will definitely be hyper in any case. Aggressive I am curious about, as 3 month...

Husky (Huskies): Husky playing with a Boston Terrier, two siberians, boston terrier
two siberians, boston terrier, miniature schnauzers: Supervision is the key. My two Siberians love to play with my parents dogs - two miniature schnauzers. The size difference is great, but the four get along wonderfully and have a great time playing together. On the other hand, a friend of ours has a chihuahua,...

Husky (Huskies): Husky problems, creative thinkers, siberian huskies
creative thinkers, siberian huskies, massive fields: It sounds like you have had a rude, albeit all to common, awakening to the true nature of Siberians. It is important to understand that Siberian Huskies were bred to be extremely active, and bred to be disobedient. Yes, thatís right, they were bred to be...

Husky (Huskies): Husky puppy feeding, stool consistency, husky puppy
stool consistency, husky puppy, puppy food: I can t offer too much advice on raw, but I would suggest joining Sibernet-L (google it and you ll find it) for more information or contacts on raw feeding. As for the rest, feeding amounts depend completely on the type and quality of food, as well as the...

Husky (Huskies): Husky puppy in snow., husky puppy, undercoat
husky puppy, undercoat, siberian husky: It depends on how quickly the undercoat develops. Some dogs are basically born with it, others lack it until a few months old. I definitely wouldn t leave the dog out in the snow, but definitely let her play in it. Stay out there with her and see how she...

Husky (Huskies): Husky puppy, siberian husky club, husky puppy
siberian husky club, husky puppy, waistline: 4 months at 23 lbs is slightly above average I would say to the standard, but not all dogs conform to the Siberian Husky Club of America s standard. Females usually should be between 35-50 lbs, and doubling in weight from 4 months to 12 months is about...

Husky (Huskies): Is A Husky Right For Me?, naughty streak, kiddy pool
naughty streak, kiddy pool, perfect companion: A Siberians coat protects them from the heat and the sun just like it does the cold. You will just have to keep plenty of water for them to keep cool with. A kiddy pool in the lawn is a plus. As far as the leash goes. They need it, a husky will run. They...

Husky (Huskies): Husky & running, signs of fatigue, great dogs
signs of fatigue, great dogs, small dogs: Depending on what your husky is mixed with it may or may not be good. Like an athlete, building up is essential and you should be looking for signs of fatigue or injury at all times. But generally, a 30-60 minute run should be well within any medium sized...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Seizures, born puppy, deficate
born puppy, deficate, clock work: Hi Terry, Sadly when dealing with pets we sometimes have to make very hard decisions. I know exactly where you are coming from right now. I have heard of huskies having seizures of this nature. Though in those cases the dog died suddenly very soon after,...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Shedding, dyson dc14 animal, outdoor dogs
dyson dc14 animal, outdoor dogs, temperature pattern: Welcome to the breed. I always tell people that Sibes don t shed - it s something much more significant than that. There are really no dangers to the fur, other than the occasional furball getting thrown back up should the dog (or you) inhale too much. ...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Not Shedding, fuzzy patches, shedding season
fuzzy patches, shedding season, bald spots: Hi Diana, Huskies should always shed, but shedding depends on the climate. If it is always warm in California then she won t shed normally. The little patch of hair might be the only thing she is going to shed during the shedding season. Is she shedding...

Husky (Huskies): Husky Shedding, spring this year, sibe
spring this year, sibe, sunlight: I would not worry to much about it. She might start shedding a little later than you expected. It all depends on the amount of sunlight she gets a day. The more sunlight, the more she will shed. There is no true starting point of shedding. So again she...

Husky (Huskies): Husky and stool problems, stool problems, husky puppy
stool problems, husky puppy, loose stools: This is a tough one, and having already been to a vet, it s tough to think of anything that might not have been tried. In any case here s my only two suggestions and one comment: 1) Most dogs that suffer from food allergies do well on lamb and rice diets....

Husky (Huskies): Husky Tails, male pup, husky puppy
male pup, husky puppy, characteristic traits: At a young age, dogs often lack certain characteristic traits - upturned tails and erect ears are common among them. Unlike some other breeds, Sibe tails are not structurally curled over the back, but held that way. Therefore, pups often lack this trait....

Husky (Huskies): Husky Training, obedience training, 5 months
obedience training, 5 months, good luck: Dear Tarkan, Well that my friend is a husky,they were bred to pull and your likely hood of changing this is very slim.I have 4 and they all still pull that is what they were primarily designed to do.So i am afraid that it goes with the territory.Obedience...

Husky (Huskies): Husky and Travel, siberian husky, plane trips
siberian husky, plane trips, tight space: Hi Jason, I am so sorry that is has taken me so long to respond. I have had a big emergency with my son and have been away from home for sometime. It is hard to travel with pets especially if you are going to be doing it all the time. Huskies aren t the...

Husky (Huskies): Husky training, halti, cairo
halti, cairo, good luck: Dear Stewart, Your husky is simply doing what he was bred to do, PULL. No matter what lead you use a husky will pull until he gets to the end of it and wants to run all the way. That is simply how a husky is and you must accept that as part of this wonderful...

Husky (Huskies): My Husky Wont Eat, low sodium chicken broth, sodium chicken broth
low sodium chicken broth, sodium chicken broth, bridge the gap: This isn t uncommon in dogs that have been rehomed and are going through an adjustment period. It also is not uncommon in Siberians who often eat a lot less than people might think. Sibes can also be picky eaters, and if they think that waiting for something...

Husky (Huskies): Husky - weight - 7 mos., husky puppy, sibe
husky puppy, sibe, great shape: Often times pet stores get dogs from mills, and mills often try to beef up there dogs (bigger is better). This actually is why dogs in the US such as German Shepherds are often bigger than their European counterparts. So, you may just have a large Sibe....

Husky (Huskies): Husky whining, male pup, social hierarchy
male pup, social hierarchy, female dogs: Males usually lead the pack, although females can be in rare circumstances. However, when humans are introduced, the pack order can change significantly. I have a male and female, the male is a traditional Beta, while the female has dropped into the Omega...

Husky (Huskies): Husky won't eat!, low sodium chicken broth, sodium chicken broth
low sodium chicken broth, sodium chicken broth, commercial dog food: Sounds about normal. Dpeending on the type of food that you are giving her, two cups of food may be more than enough. My dogs eat one cup of food per day, and they get a treat or two during the day as well. Siberians were bred to have extremely efficient...

Husky (Huskies): My Husky, head tilt, lunar landscape
head tilt, lunar landscape, crash course: Dear Andrew, You are discovering not that you have a bad dog but you have a siberian husky. Not listening to commands except when they feel like it is a breed trait. Here are a list of the traits you can expect. Welcome to the world of Siberians, you are...

Husky (Huskies): Huskys nose, food dish, temperate climate
food dish, temperate climate, noses: My guess is that you live in a temperate climate and that the weather is finally turning a little cold, or at least has been consistently for a little while now. This is known as snow nose and is completely normal. I ve heard differing takes on why this...

Husky (Huskies): Husky marking territory, vanilla essence, little puppy
vanilla essence, little puppy, little water: Dear Tracy, One of the best things you could use to help with the smell is bicarb of soda, or non imitation vanilla essence in a little water, that gets rid of odour really well. Perhaps when you do desex your girl you may find your boy doing this less. Still...

Husky (Huskies): heartworm, vet care, dear linda
vet care, dear linda, arteries: Dear Linda, I am afraid to say that your dog should have been on heartworm medication since 3 months of age.Now to start him on it you will have to get a vet to test him for it before you can start on a program of treatment.As he may have it and you really...

Husky (Huskies): height, pack animals, siberians
pack animals, siberians, boredom: Dear Allie, Siberians can greatly vary in size, the biggest a Siberian will get is 23 and a half inches at the shoulder and weigh in at about 60 lbs but I have seen bigger dogs, and ones alot smaller too. Sounds like your neighbours dog is barking because...

Husky (Huskies): hello, season changes, wendy
season changes, wendy: Hi Wendy I am so sorry that is has taken me so long to respond. I have had a big emergency with my son and have been away from home for sometime. Yes, huskies shed a lot. During the season changes, huskies shed like crazy. I hope this...

Husky (Huskies): help, distance race, straight race
distance race, straight race, sibe: Each dog is unique, and Labs can be quick, but again, their breeding was not for speed or endurance, but accuracy in hunting. In a short distance race, a Lab could do well, over distance, the Sibe would definitely be more well suited. But again, each dog...

Husky (Huskies): help, dominance control, first pup
dominance control, first pup, crate training: Puppies should never be allowed in the bed with the owners. There is a sensory overload of smells, mixed feelings about owner dominance/control, etc. Most dogs will have accidents in this case. I suggest crate training as opposed to mat training, although...

Husky (Huskies): help, siberian huskie, raising puppies
siberian huskie, raising puppies, healthy dogs: Dear Stephen, I wish I was there to help this is indeed a most upsetting thing to face. I think this is a desperate situation indeed. I would take the puppies off of mums milk, I would get her checked out at the vet right away, and I would begin feeding formula...

Husky (Huskies): hi, neighborhood cats, prey drive
neighborhood cats, prey drive, metabolisms: Sibes are generally great with children, although they can be rambunctious and nippy, so careful and diligent training is a must; as well as constant supervision during interactions. The good part is that they love attention, love a pack and will generally...

Husky (Huskies): hips and sprains, muscle sprain, greyhound racing
muscle sprain, greyhound racing, dogs and cats: Hi There Jack, I think I wrote to you before on the subject of Biking your dog, if I remember correctly. So your boy is a bit stiff and sore is he? Well there are a few things you can do. One of the best things is to take him to a Chiropracter, some of these...

Husky (Huskies): holwing prolbem, human companionship, quiet dogs
human companionship, quiet dogs, spitz dogs: Siberians are not really capable or barking, but that does not mean they are quiet dogs. In fact, the Siberian vocal range is perhaps more diverse than non-spitz dogs, and some Sibes find great pleasure in exploring their vocalizations. They have a full...

Husky (Huskies): hot weather, plastic kiddie pool, south mississippi
plastic kiddie pool, south mississippi, little den: Well, you probably already know this, but Siberians were bred for arctic conditions, and Mississippi doesn t quite qualify. ;) Then again, we live in Kentucky with ours, and we don t quite hit the arctic circle up here either. There are some things that...

Husky (Huskies): house break a husky puppy, husky puppy, two dogs
husky puppy, two dogs, siber: Walking Advice: 6 foot leash. A leash correction is a quick pop and release - a quick tug on the leash. It is not a pull and hold. Collars - flat collar, chain (aka choke chain), prong collar. In that order based on dog personality. Most huskies...

Husky (Huskies): house breaking my alaskan husky, intelligent dogs, housebreaking
intelligent dogs, housebreaking, jax: It is simple - Jax is responding to your response to his elimination in the house, but he is not being reinforced correctly. They are intelligent dogs, and also, as a rule, very clean dogs. That can be problematic . . . First - you have to go back to...

Husky (Huskies): house breaking my pup, female pup, bathroom break
female pup, bathroom break, six hours: First, dogs can be in their crate about 1 hour more than the number of months they are old. Translation - a two month old puppy can be in a crate for about three hours without a break, a five month old for about six hours. Keep that in mind for ideas about...

Husky (Huskies): house training, husky puppy, irish man
husky puppy, irish man, time at home: The crate should be really where the dog will be sleeping (puppies sleep a lot anyway), and the dog should be sleeping in his crate. I suggest the bedroom because it easiest for the dog to communicate at night that he needs to go outside. Now, if you are...

Husky (Huskies): howling huskie, crate training, loneliness
crate training, loneliness, boredom: I would suggest crate training the dog to keep it inside while away at work. Siberians howl for a lot of reasons, but boredom or loneliness are the two main ones. If you can alleviate boredom (provide entertainment and games while away, or encourage the...

Husky (Huskies): howling husky, rat terriers, food stuffs
rat terriers, food stuffs, vets office: He is alone, bored and/or frustrated. I would try giving him a job while you are gone, get Kongs. Fill them with different good food stuffs and hide them all over the house (if he is left out) Try also giving him raw hides and other chewy things. If passable...

Husky (Huskies): huskey exercise, stay at home mom, mom thanks
stay at home mom, mom thanks, nature walks: Dear Suzanne, Other than having a reasonable amount of space to let your dog play in, get him toys too, or running a dog off of a bike, walks are your only options. Think carefully about this breed as it does require tons of excercise, you will never be able...

Husky (Huskies): huskey hoiling, pup, 3 years
pup, 3 years, good luck: Hi Liam, Whining is one thing huskies do when their owner leaves them. My husky is 3 years old and she still whines when I leave, but mainly when she is crated. I bet he would love a friend to play with. It may reduce the whining, but not totally stop...

Husky (Huskies): is this a huskey, husky puppy, private owner
husky puppy, private owner, puppies: Unfortunately it seem you have been caught out by an unscrupulous breeder. No husky puppy would even sell for $250 any how, they would in all likely hood start $750 and above. I guess all you can do at this stage is hope you like the dog you have bought. I...

Husky (Huskies): huskeys ears, floppy ears, adulthood
floppy ears, adulthood, puppies: I ve had a few of these questions before and here s a response copied from there: Siberians do have erect ears, and some puppies will have them from a few weeks old all the way through adulthood. Other pups will have floppy ears for weeks, with them not...

Husky (Huskies): huskie breed, lunar landscape, crash course
lunar landscape, crash course, siberians: Dear Ben, Here is a bit on husky traits you can get an idea from this if one of these dogs would fit into your lifestyle. Welcome to the world of Siberians, you are due for a tough crash course in dog ownership. I will help you all I can. Huskies are the...

Husky (Huskies): huskie breeding problems, miniature huskies, professional kennels
miniature huskies, professional kennels, health certifications: Well, I have not bred my Siberians for four reasons: 1) I ll leave it to professional kennels who show and work for the betterment of the breed. 2) I haven t done enough genealogical research in the lineages to know what traits I would be striving to...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, lunar landscape, small animals
lunar landscape, small animals, spring time: Dear Marc, Well the best ways to gather information on these guys are many. Go to the library, talk to other people you see walking these dogs in the street. Who better than a siberian owner to tell you what they have discovered about these dogs. Talk to...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, pregnancy calander, single one
pregnancy calander, single one, addy: Not all the time. Mine like to start about 2 in the afternoon. Haven t had a single one of them have puppies at night. But I am sure they would if that is when they feel comfortable to have them. It is all about when they feel comfortable and safe. -Michelle...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, arteries and veins, rete mirabile
arteries and veins, rete mirabile, carotid sinus: This is an excerpt from Wikipedia - and a solid explanation: A common misconception is that dogs do not sweat. Primarily, dogs regulate their body temperature in a completely different way, through their tongue[citation...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, thier children, dear mike
thier children, dear mike, boundless energy: Dear Mike, Huskies are great with kids, the eskimo people that bred these dogs kept the puppies as playthings for thier children until they were old enough to start training for the sled. But having said this it is always a good idea to supervise any interaction...

Husky (Huskies): huskies and what they do, sledding, huskies
sledding, huskies, sled: Ayla: They are great animals, but very active. As a rule, they were bred to be very friendly - as often times they were traded between people, so they had to love everyone. As for training, they are considered high-drive dogs, which means they do well...

Husky (Huskies): two huskies?, siberian huskies, female dog in heat
siberian huskies, female dog in heat, dominant sex: Hi Jo, If you are looking for two huskies to adopt, try looking for two huskies that come for the same household. Than usually you don t have to worry about fighting. If you can t find two huskies from the same household, try to find two huskies that...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, gangline, single file
gangline, single file, pet stores: There are several types of harnesses available, and part of it depends on what type of pulling the dog will be doing and for how long. Most sled racers prefer X-back harnesses from what I ve seen, and most companies will give you a guide for measuring your...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, spayed females, incontinence problem
spayed females, incontinence problem, female dogs: Interesting situation. Some dogs do well with a single feeding, although I find that many dogs have a problem with it and an empty stomach can cause some dogs to vomit small amounts of bile. Additionally, a dog s digestive system is rather quick, so a dog...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, warm climates, cold climates
warm climates, cold climates, coats: Hi Daniella, Yes huskies can give birth to other breeds. It would be called a mixed breed instead of a pure breed. Huskies can live in warm or even hot climates due to their coat. Their coats have two layers which help them keep warm in very cold climates,...

Husky (Huskies): huskies and bones, turkey legs, gi tract
turkey legs, gi tract, molars: Fowl legs can splinter and choke a dog or puncture the GI tract. Your harder bones if given to a severe chewer can split and chip teeth. The molars are expensive to fix and even to pull. You might want to consider a safer chew like a KONG which can be filled...

Husky (Huskies): huskies and what they eat, smart dogs, aggressive dogs
smart dogs, aggressive dogs, guard dogs: Hi Ayla Huskies are very nice. They might look mean because of their facial markings, but they very nice. They are not aggressive dogs. They also are not guard dogs, so if someone breaks into your house, they will not protect you. They are good with...

Husky (Huskies): huskies feeding, pet food companies, nigeria west africa
pet food companies, nigeria west africa, commercial dog food: Dear Helene, Some huskies are very picky, I had one who did the same as you. Until she had puppies geting her to eat was a nightmare and she was so thin. This is what I feed huskies and all dogs in general I am unsure about the diseases fresh meat carries...

Husky (Huskies): why do huskies howl, pack behavior, communication device
pack behavior, communication device, play time: Being a primitive spitz breed, they often share more traits with their wild cousins - Canis Lupis (wolves). Howling is a pack behavior designed to communicate over longer distances. One can think in the large distances that Sibes cover, howling is a more...

Husky (Huskies): huskies and malamutes, energetic dogs, two puppies
energetic dogs, two puppies, getting a new puppy: Tough call - rather than give you an answer, here s a good chance of what will happen based on general personalities and things to keep an eye on. Siberian Females are not usually very territorial, but seem to be affected by a strange lone-dog syndrome...

Husky (Huskies): huskies, leader failure, canine friend
leader failure, canine friend, yorkie: Dear Daniel, Well yes huskies are very pack oriented creatures and tend to get along with other dogs quite well.But i dont think that will be your real concern.Do you know very much about the breed? Or do you want one just because they are so striking? Do...

Husky (Huskies): husky, husky mix, toilet training
husky mix, toilet training, how to potty train a dog: Dear Mike, Well I would have to say a husky likes being out doors alot, if that is what your dog is used to then I would keep it that way. Still I can understand at times it is nice to get your dog inside for a bit of together time. As far as toilet training...

Husky (Huskies): husky, new babies, collie
new babies, collie, true purpose: Dear June, What a lovely letter, it is so good to see some one who is so obviously into their dogs like I am. Though I am sorry to say that what you are seeing from your husky is very normal behaviour. Huskies get bored easily and are very difficult to train....

Husky (Huskies): husky, spelling problems, kennel cough
spelling problems, kennel cough, flem: Hey David, Don t worry about the spelling problems. I am not sure what your 14 month old husky has. Usually when they are coughing and hacking up Phlegm it can be a serious problem. But it can be a little problem for example if he is drinking his water...

Husky (Huskies): my husky, edge of the woods, loss of balance
edge of the woods, loss of balance, bowel movement: Unfortunately from the description, it is impossible to tell. With the dog being adopted, it could be any number of things. Seizure is possible (although it just doesn t seem like the correct symptoms), emotional withdrawl is likely, as is prior injury....

Husky (Huskies): husky, homeless dogs, dog trainer
homeless dogs, dog trainer, husky: By no means stop taking him for walks. You will have to keep your baby at a comfortable distance from other dogs for a while. Work at your dogs pace as you work him closer and closer to the other dogs. Give him treats and play with him to keep him distracted...

Husky (Huskies): my husky, benadril, female husky
benadril, female husky, seasonal allergy: No that isn t normal. It is ether a seasonal allergy or a food allergy. Try switching her food. Something without soy, corn or wheat in it. If that doesn t work benadril helps. Childrens benadril, 1cc per 15lbs. How does her eyes look other then that, red,...

Husky (Huskies): what to do with my husky/, doggy day care, rise apartment
doggy day care, rise apartment, delema: Huskies are very adaptable. I have a pup that grew up in a high rise apartment building. She is litter box trained, and towel trained (for when they run out of litter). You will have to potty train the dog. But he should be fine. I also suggest crate training....

Husky (Huskies): husky with aggressive behavior, great dogs, breeds of dogs
great dogs, breeds of dogs, different breed: Hi James, It sounds like you have your hands full. You might want to consider signing up for a dog training class. This will help you learn to leash control him a little better. Huskies love to pull when walking them. Adopting another dog isn t a bad...

Husky (Huskies): husky who barks, mischevious, husky
mischevious, husky, late at night: Dear Ashley, This behaviour you describe is pretty normal husky behaviour, I had one that did the same thing she was always wanting attention. The only way she stopped this was when I got a second dog. These guys are such pack oriented dogs they crave another...

Husky (Huskies): husky behavior, best bet, vet
best bet, vet: That is really unsuall... did someone break into you house or something while you where gone? Your best bet is to let your dog come to terms with you again on his own. Don t corner him and do not try to pet him. Even if he come to you for a while. What ever...

Husky (Huskies): Our husky is biting a little too hard., bad behavior, watching tv
bad behavior, watching tv, dominance: Hi Latisha, What you have is a dominance problem with the dog. A dogs behavior can change if things in his environment change. So yes a move can contribute to his behavior. What you are going have to do is re-train him. You need to teach him he isn...

Husky (Huskies): husky blowing their coat, skin allergy, skin irritation
skin allergy, skin irritation, clumps: Some dogs do lick (the fur falling out can itch) during coat blow, so nothing you are describing there seems out of place. One thing I would check, and it is much easier during coat blowing season, is check for skin irritation. If the skin looks red or irritated,...

Husky (Huskies): husky and child, obedience exercises, bottom position
obedience exercises, bottom position, attack mode: Yes that is okay for him to give treats as long as the dog does exactly what your 3 year old wants. I know a Siberian won t listen long if they do not see any benefit for themselves in doing what is asked. Another thing I thought about, you might want to let...

Husky (Huskies): husky diarrhea, constant diarrhea, geardia
constant diarrhea, geardia, canned pumpkin: This little one sound like it has Coccidia, geardia, or parvo (is it vomiting?). Coccidia and Geardia are both caused by parasites but normal wormer will not do anything. Panacure is the dewormer you want if you want to go that route. An antibiotic that works...

Husky (Huskies): My husky is diff from others..., type of food, paws
type of food, paws, vets: Hi Cheng Hoo, Huskies should be eating 2 times a day. The amount depends on how much your husky eats in about 10-15 minutes. What you need to do is measure the amount of food you give him and continue to keep feeding him if the dish empties before the...

Husky (Huskies): husky Egypt, pet food companies, commercial dog food
pet food companies, commercial dog food, dogs food: Dear Cheryl, Yes I did get your question you are missing my advice, get her on a good balanced diet of raw food now and forget feeding the commercial dog food this will have to help. Once again I will post tips on better feeding here. I sent you a reply yesterday...

Husky (Huskies): about my husky ears, husky puppy, these dogs
husky puppy, these dogs, ears: Not a problem - Siberian ears will be erect, but it can take up to a year to develop fully. Some dogs at 5 weeks have them up, others take months before they finally stand, but fall again. These dogs will often alternate and not finally develop the ears...

Husky (Huskies): husky ears, siberian husky puppy, malamutes
siberian husky puppy, malamutes, siberian husky: Dear Melissa, Sorry I took so long to answer my email was down and I had no idea I had this question. So to your question. Sometimes when puppies are very small thier ears can get damaged and not stand again especially playing with other dogs. I have seen...

Husky (Huskies): husky eating his feces, adult dog food, puppy food
adult dog food, puppy food, fecies: Rule of thumb for foods, if the brand makes a puppy food it isn t a good brand to feed your dog. Puppy food has to much Calcium and calories. To much Calcium cause problems with the ligaments (people who show do not feed puppy food because it causes there...

Husky (Huskies): husky eating, stool consistency, rule of thumb
stool consistency, rule of thumb, kibble: Depends completely on the type and quality of the food. I use a super premium kibble with some meat supplements, and around 4 months old I fed about 2-3 cups of food per day. The best rule of thumb is to feed 2-3 times per day and what the dog can eat in...

Husky (Huskies): husky and existing cats, prey drive, old cats
prey drive, old cats, professional trainer: A husky has a very strong prey drive, genetically they are only .01% different then a wolf. This can be solved to a point with a professional trainer that comes to your house. A husky ether gets along with cats or they don t and they won t. Even after you...

Husky (Huskies): husky eyes, bloodshot eyes, little pink
bloodshot eyes, little pink, pigment: A little pink is often just like bloodshot eyes, can be normal, caused by allergies, or perhaps some debris that has irritated it some. It s difficult to say if it is a pigment thing without seeing it, but if you aren t seeing any difficulty with her vision,...

Husky (Huskies): husky and feeding, huskey, cookie sheet
huskey, cookie sheet, bad idea: Hi Corla, You might want to spread the food over a cookie sheet. It will take some time for the dog to finish all the food since it is spread out. Placing a heavy ball or object in the middle of the bowl isn t a bad idea either. This makes the dog have...

Husky (Huskies): husky feeding, food animals, dog food
food animals, dog food, 5 months: Hi Louise Puppies between up to 5 months should be eating 3 times a day and then from 6-12 two times a day. The table on the dog food isn t always right. Your dog will tell you if it needs more food in the amount of time it takes the to clean their bowl....

Husky (Huskies): husky fur, dyson animal vacuum, furminator
dyson animal vacuum, furminator, winter coat: They shed year round, but blow coat generally twice a year (summer to winter coat, and then winter to summer coat - so they blow coat usually in the fall and spring). Best advice: 1) Warm bath will help accelerate getting the fur out. Water that is almost...

Husky (Huskies): husky hair help, hair problem, household items
hair problem, household items, guard dog: Most husky hair isn t really long, it is the amount of hair that they have. But is you want a short haired husky you will want to look for racing lines. The only trick I know is brush daily and take to a professional groomer monthly or bi-monthly. They...

Husky (Huskies): husky's hair won't grow back, i don t know, groomer
i don t know, groomer, huskies: Hi Michele, No, there really isn t anything you can do. That is why an owner should NEVER shave their husky. Huskies have a double coat and if they shave it off it won t grow back the same. I don t know what was in the previous owners head when they...

Husky (Huskies): husky and the heat, thick coats, tile floors
thick coats, tile floors, warm seasons: If the a/c is on and is belowing cold air than it should help. Dogs, especially huskies with thick coats do get hot in the summer, but again that same coat keeps them cool during warm seasons. Just give her extra water when she pants. Tile floors also help...

Husky (Huskies): husky itching, body fungus, dry itchy skin
body fungus, dry itchy skin, sweaty odor: It could be Fleas, Mites, Thyroid, ring worm(fungal infection) shedding or allergies. It is hard to tell by just telling me they itch. You can look for fleas. When they have mange they develop moth eaten areas to their coat. Allergies there hair usually...

Husky (Huskies): husky/lab puppy, lab puppy, typical pack
lab puppy, typical pack, great shape: Dear Stephanie, This is typical pack order being established. I would just let them go to it and get it over with. You interfearing will only draw it out, let them decide them selves usually no one wil get hurt because one will back down probably the pup....

Husky (Huskies): husky/lab, loving dogs, purebred dogs
loving dogs, purebred dogs, good experience: Labs and huskies are both double coated breeds, so my initial thought is that you won t reduce shedding that much. On the other hand, Labs weren t bred to survive temperatures that are 30 to 50 degrees below zero, so it shouldn t be as thick. Any time you...

Husky (Huskies): husky male habit, bitter apple spray, strange habit
bitter apple spray, strange habit, bitter taste: This isn t a breed specific trait, but doesn t sound too out of the realm for Siberian behavior. This could be a weening issue from being a puppy, or it could be that the carpet tastes good. If this is a problem, I would suggest picking up a bitter apple...

Husky (Huskies): my husky marley, siberian huskies, energy dogs
siberian huskies, energy dogs, prey drive: Unfortunately you have the wrong breed of dog to do this with. Siberian Huskies can NEVER be trusted off-lead reliably. The problem is that Sibes have a both a high-prey drive, a high run drive, and a high disobedience drive. Iíve heard several stories...

Husky (Huskies): husky pup and upset stomach, raw diet, upset stomach
raw diet, upset stomach, old hope: If you move over to a raw diet, I would do some more research. Raw is something relatively unexplored by me, although I do supplement with raw every once in a while (and I just basically guess on portions). However, if you are maintaining a raw diet exclusively,...

Husky (Huskies): husky pup, obedience class, table scraps
obedience class, table scraps, mouring: One question before I answer the potty training question. Is is convenient for you to come home during the lunch break to let the puppy out? To let a dog know you are alpha it as simple as rationing there needs. Not water but, food, and exercise can all...

Husky (Huskies): One or two husky puppies?, siberian husky puppy, husky puppies
siberian husky puppy, husky puppies, canine bond: If you have never had Siberians before, I would strongly suggest getting two seperately. Get the first, train it until about 6 months old, and then maybe introduce a second. Training two dogs at the same time is extremely difficult and you often will lose...

Husky (Huskies): husky puppies, dominance aggression, husky puppies
dominance aggression, husky puppies, little angel: Dear Ashley, Mmmmm done this one before, this is classic dominance aggression situation, and your little angel is trying to get you trained early. She wants to call the shots, so at the moment she is trying it on with you to see how far she can go. If left...

Husky (Huskies): Does my husky puppy look normal in these colors?, siberian husky club, husky puppy
siberian husky club, husky puppy, eye colors: She does look like a mix of some sort, but it is difficult to tell. Actually, Siberian Huskies don t have ANY standard in color or coat pattern, and while there are definitely some traditional ones, the entire idea is that the dog is able to work, run and...

Husky (Huskies): husky puppy, siberian husky puppy, dominance aggression
siberian husky puppy, dominance aggression, rain proof: Dear Michelle, What you are seeing and having to live through right now is classic dominance aggression. Very common in this breed. But it has probably been made all the worse by taking her from her mother at 5 weeks. This was way too young and she has missed...

Husky (Huskies): Two husky pups- potty training, husky pups, takoda
husky pups, takoda, regimine: The addition of a second dog into a home can have some negative effects, but diligence to the original regimine is importation. Your best bet - go back to basics. If you can t watch the dog, they are to be either left outside or confined to their crate....

Husky (Huskies): My husky is in season(heat), chain link fencing, famele
chain link fencing, famele, season heat: Never breed a dog unless it has been health; tested. CERF and OFA are the most important. This breed is one of the healthiest out there. The reasonability of breeder is to be sure they aren t breeding sick dogs. Most of the time you can t tell they have cataracts...

Husky (Huskies): husky/shepard mix, shepard mix, dog trainer
shepard mix, dog trainer, husky: You should train her to sit and stay. That way when someone walks in the house, and you tell her to sit, there is no possible way it can jump on someone. It may sound hard to train a husky to sit, but it is really not that hard. I suggest you take her to a...

Husky (Huskies): husky size??, klee kai, litter mates
klee kai, litter mates, eskimo dogs: Sorry it took me a while to respond... Internet problems. Okay, Moderating the dogs food will not stunt its growth. If a dog is genetically meant to be a certain size they will obtain it. If the breeder you are looking at is any good at what she does she...

Husky (Huskies): A husky in a small home, siberian huskies, female puppy
siberian huskies, female puppy, adequate exercise: It could. Keep in mind that they are an extremely active dog that was bred to run 100+ miles per day in the snow while pulling a sled with 15 other dogs that it would probably consider its closest friends. What this means is that they thrive on activity,...

Husky (Huskies): My husky is so small..., shca, adult weight
shca, adult weight, tho: Sounds normal to me. Check out http://shca.org/shcahp2c.htm for information about the standard for Siberians. Purebred Sibes are often smaller and lighter than people realize, but generally, females are only to be between 20-22 inches in height (which...

Husky (Huskies): my husky is very thin, vet appointment, table food
vet appointment, table food, huskies: Hi Lion, If you don t see worms in her stool then I don t think she has any. Some huskies do look thin and they are usually female huskies. My female husky looks really thin compared to my male. If she is eating very well and you can t see her ribs or...

Husky (Huskies): husky training and genral, paw commands, escape artists
paw commands, escape artists, eye problems: Sounds like you are giving her a good second chance by doing some research. A three year old rescue who is nervous around people is going to be tough to deal with in some ways. If is just a bad experience earlier in life, you may be able to get her through...

Husky (Huskies): husky whining, growing pains, husky
growing pains, husky, 9 months: A vet trip isn t necessarily a bad idea, as it could be something that you aren t seeing and able to relay to me. However, female huskies (fixed or not) will often begin nesting sometime between 12 and 24 months. If this is the case, make sure she has...

Husky (Huskies): my husky won't eat meat, chicken broth, lamb
chicken broth, lamb, fish: Well, I wouldn t call it normal, but often times if a dog is not exposed to it at an early enough age, they sometimes won t go for it. Shouldn t be a problem really (as long as the dog is eating ok), but you may want to try chicken broth or something - see...

Husky (Huskies): My husky won t stop nipping and Biting, proper punishment, abcess
proper punishment, abcess, madder: Even if the husky is neutered or not, they will still have power issues. The neutering will help them calm down a little, but that doesn t mean they won t stop trying to be in control. Rough playing with your husband means that he might think it is ok...

Husky (Huskies): My husky wont eat!!!, chicken livers, siberian huskies
chicken livers, siberian huskies, puppy food: Charlotte, First, to alleviate your concerns - chances are your dog is completely fine. If her activity level is normal (which for a Siberian should be in the realm of crazy and at 5 months, you should have plenty of experience there), and her stools...

Husky (Huskies): my husky, litter mate, acidents
litter mate, acidents, time of her life: Dear Faith, Well it sounds like you do have a few things to sort out with your pup.Firstly the not coming when called thing.This unfortunately is a husky trait,and really no amount of training will fix it,it may help a bit but the number one rule of owning...

Husky (Huskies): huskys, obedience champion, obedience competition
obedience champion, obedience competition, heards: No. A husky needs a leash it is there life, taking it off is like giving it permission to run in the road. (I know of obedience champion Siberians who get killed in the road because they decided not to listen and heel, and it was the first and only time they...

Husky (Huskies): Intoducing a second dog, female pup, prey drive
female pup, prey drive, female cats: It is completely possible. Be very careful with Siberian/feline interactions though as the dogs have a high prey drive and also play very rough. Unfortunately, cats can easily be killed by a 50 lb energetic dog, even in play. Each introduction of a Siberian...

Husky (Huskies): Introducing my new huskey puppy to my 10yr old huskey, introducing a new puppy, congrats
introducing a new puppy, congrats, dominance: Hi Melinda, Yes, they will soon get along. It is hard at first when you bring a new puppy home. Huskies love to be with other dogs. The only problem owners have when introducing a new puppy to there other dogs is fighting. The thing about huskies is...

Husky (Huskies): Introducing my new rescued siberian husky to my 2yr old siberian husky, head positions, two dogs
head positions, two dogs, neutral ground: Any dog interaction is tough to read unless you are well versed in canine language (which includes angle of head, positions of ears, tail, overall posture, focus of eyes, etc.). Generally the best advice is to have the dogs meet on neutral ground and become...

Husky (Huskies): Invisible fence?, wood privacy fence, invisible fence
wood privacy fence, invisible fence, thick fur: Well, my dogs are contained with a 6 tall wood privacy fence reinforced with an electric hot-wire along the ground to prevent digging. I have heard very few stories of the invisible fence working well with huskies because of their drive, thick fur and...

Husky (Huskies): About introduction of 4yo husky to my family., grass patch, sand areas
grass patch, sand areas, sandy area: Unfortunately, introduction of dogs is a tough thing to manage because there are too many persoanlties and tendencies to measure - especially with a new animal. Huskies are generally very friendly, very energetic and very playful. This is good in that Huskies...

Husky (Huskies): introduction of 8 mo old husky pup into a two cat household, proper socialization, prey drive
proper socialization, prey drive, siberian huskies: Unfortunately you are in a tough situation. Siberian Huskies can be very dangerous to cats actually, not out of malice, but they have a high prey drive and cats have a habit of acting in manners that excite that. The best hope of success is either complete...

Husky (Huskies): Jumping, male husky, pack mates
male husky, pack mates, pack behavior: Good - let me know if you have any problems or questions on the nipping. As for the jumping, there are two methods here, and I use the first one, but both can work. The secret - consistency. First, my method. Frankly, I think it is easier to explain...

Husky (Huskies): Jumping while walking, stubborn dogs, thick fur
stubborn dogs, thick fur, type atmosphere: It sounds like you are actually doing the right thing with a quick collar correction. My guess however is that you are not using the right type of collar. The best thing for energetic and stubborn dogs is to get a prong collar. The design is actually the...

Husky (Huskies): Jumping, choice train, wolf behavior
choice train, wolf behavior, siberian huskies: To prevent this requires consistent training, by all members of the household. First, it is somewhat important to understand why the dogs are doing this. Siberian Huskies are pack animals, and any time a new person comes in to their home (and NEW is defined...

Husky (Huskies): Keeping my husky comfortable, drs foster smith, hip arthritis
drs foster smith, hip arthritis, great solution: We live in the midwest as well, so we know how the heat thing goes. Believe it or not, the fur is an insulator (yeah, takes a genius to figure that one out, eh?). What people forget is that an insulator works in both directions - cold and hot. The fur actually...

Husky (Huskies): My Killer Husky Mix, prey drive, breed traits
prey drive, breed traits, long walks: I ll start in reverse here. I have not deal with Rotties very much, and since you have a mixed breed, I can t go on basic breed traits. However, females are more protective in many ways of their home (protecting pups type behavior) while males like to try...

Husky (Huskies): How to keep my dog from running away., female puppy, privacy fence
female puppy, privacy fence, fool proof: First, you should realize a few things: 1) Siberians are nomadic dogs with little to no sense of home territory. 2) Male Siberians are notorious for being wanderers . There are things that will help prevent an escape, but nothing is fool proof. ...

Husky (Huskies): keeping area, huskey, isolation
huskey, isolation, three times: Well, Sibes do well with a lot of interaction and are not suited to isolation outside. If you are talking about having an indoor dog with access to this outside area - sure. If you want to keep the dog out there, it would seem a little small. Walking the...

Husky (Huskies): Lead training, two dogs, lead training
two dogs, lead training: Hi Eamon, Have you ever tired a double lead? It is when you can hook both the dogs to the same leash. This will control the husky from always wanting to be in front. Of course it will take time and work for the husky to get use to, but it should work....

Husky (Huskies): Lethargic husky., pride of lions, solitary creatures
pride of lions, solitary creatures, pack animals: You have discovered the secret. You see, Siberians sleep all day while owners are at work just so they can continue to act crazy whenever the humans are around. Since you ve changed up your schedule, you have caught the Sibe unawares. Actually, this is...

Husky (Huskies): Life Span of a Husky, life span, toy breeds
life span, toy breeds, exceptions: Hi Jason - thanks for writing. Generally, the larger the breed, the shorter the life span. While healthy toy breeds can live to be 20+ years, siberians usually live between 12-14 years. Of course, there are exceptions. My oldest was 17. Good luck with...

Husky (Huskies): Life span, sacred heart school, emily clark
sacred heart school, emily clark, life span: Dear Emily, Huskies commonly live till the ages of 15 or 16 years, but in the arctic when working they are lucky to make it to 8 or so, the climate is so harsh on them. I am sure there are records older huskies than this, but none I can tell you of specifically....

Husky (Huskies): Loose stools, pet food products, making your own dog food
pet food products, making your own dog food, dry dog food: Hi Alex, What type of dog food have you been feeding her? Have you taken her to a veterinarian to get her checked out and what may be causing the problem? I have never had experience of making my own pet food. I have heard dog owners like to use natura...

Husky (Huskies): Lose Stool, puppy kibble, loose stools
puppy kibble, loose stools, lake trips: This is a tough one, but here s what I ve seen. First, my dogs are never left off-lead if they are not in an enclosed area. I ve trained both of my dogs for recall, and even know a few tricks in case they ever get off lead, but I don t test it. I ve run...

Husky (Huskies): Love for Rabbits!!, prey drive, killing animals
prey drive, killing animals, sibe: While dogs will often protect their kills , I have seen no evidence that this in itself causes aggression. It s a normal trait in Sibes, and many owners keep a kill count up to date similar to fighter pilots back in WWII. In any case, keep the dog up...

Husky (Huskies): how do l no if she been pregnant. as she went heat in, watermelon juice, pregnancy chart
watermelon juice, pregnancy chart, canine pregnancy: You need to keep them seperate. Otherwise she will get pregnant. You won t know if he got her untill she is fat with puppies. There is no way to tell unfoutunatly. The best way to know is KEEP THEM AWAY FROM EACH OTHER or get the girl spayed. -Michelle ...

Husky (Huskies): lexus (husky), good as gold, crate training
good as gold, crate training, free reign: Has she been crate trained? To leave a dog alone in the house for hours on end and expect nothing to be damaged is really asking too much in a lot of cases. The dog has to be given substantial ground rules before allowed free reign of the house while you...

Husky (Huskies): A little advise, mail box, true heritage
mail box, true heritage, honest input: Well, having a husky is an interesting commitment, and you can t guarantee anything. However, if you change your expectations to fit a Siberian - a husky is a reasonable member of the family. Not knowing the true heritage of the dog will make any assessment...

Husky (Huskies): How much longer is she going to cry for?, siberian husky, nuts
siberian husky, nuts, exercise: It can vary quite a bit based on the individual dog. The important thing is no matter how tempting, don t let her out until she is finished crying. It s common for pups to have this problem though as they feel alone. Sometimes a warmed blanket and a favorite...

Husky (Huskies): looking to adopt a husky mix-age unknown, quiet demeanor, husky mix
quiet demeanor, husky mix, warm weather: Hi Linda, Huskies can live in Florida just fine. Even thought they have a thick coat that thick cold also helps to keep them cool in warm weather. Just provide a cool environment for the dog and lots of water. Do not leave him out all day long in on extremely...

Husky (Huskies): Male peeing in house, female husky, male peeing
female husky, male peeing, leash correction: One way to break him of this is to put him on a leash and walk him back and forth in that area. If he pees on the crate give him a short leash correction (don t actually stop in front of the crate just keep walking) every time he goes by with out peeing on...

Husky (Huskies): Male Siberian Huskies Fur/Weight, purebreed, sugery
purebreed, sugery, gray hair: Hi Corie, The gray hair will probably not grow back. If it does then it won t look the same. When hair gets shaved in any animals or humans it doesn t grow in the same after surgeries. He could be a big huskies. The average weight is about 60 pounds,...

Husky (Huskies): maddison my husky puppy, obedience work, husky puppy
obedience work, husky puppy, pack animals: Having an additional dog around a Siberian is a great idea. Generally, any breed that also likes other dogs is a good choice, and of course, another Siberian is automatically a good call. As for age, my suggestion is only this - wait until your dog is adequately...

Husky (Huskies): malamute husky., german shepard, puppies
german shepard, puppies, genes: Hi Courtney, With your puppy being a mixed husky, it will pass his mothers German Shepard Gene. You more then likely get a couple of puppies that looks just like yours. And you will also get puppies that look just like huskies. You can technically start...

Husky (Huskies): two male huskies, worst case scenario, dominant personality
worst case scenario, dominant personality, adult dogs: Any same sex combination will struggle for rank within the pack more than an opposite sex combination. However, what that struggle amounts to is completely dependent on the situation and the dogs themselves. Your worst case scenario would be if both dogs...

Husky (Huskies): Having two males huskies?, sex competition, husky rescue
sex competition, husky rescue, neutered: Opposite sex pairings are always smoother than same-sex, although neutering does help substantially. There is inherent competition for rank that happens with members of the same sex, and while that doesn t preclude opposite sex competition, it is usually...

Husky (Huskies): maximum mileage for my young puppy?, irish wolfhound, maximum mileage
irish wolfhound, maximum mileage, chief problem: Well, first of all congrats on actually engaging your dog in exercises that it was meant to participate in. The health benefits are important for your dog, but so are the mental benefits of running and having a job or daily activity. You are right to...

Husky (Huskies): mix's coat, labrador husky, guard hairs
labrador husky, guard hairs, soft fur: Dear Linda, Puppies will not moult till next spring so you will not know until then. Though some times in late summer they can shed some coat but usually not all. Hope your dog does not adopt this husky trait, it sure is messy. Hope this helps. Faye and...

Husky (Huskies): moulting at start of winter, moulting, hot weather
moulting, hot weather, hind leg: Mark, I will not worry about it. Huskies do shed a lot. The hot weather also makes huskies shed more. I had that problem with the winter in Michigan. It was a mild winter and my husky start shedding in the middle of winter since the weather was so warm....

Husky (Huskies): Nanook our siberian husky, nanook, delayed response
nanook, delayed response, siberian husky: I am very sorry for my delayed response to your question. My phone company decided to sever my internet completely and would not reconect it for over a week. So as to your question I was fortunate to join a club who were focused on this breed and you are...

Husky (Huskies): Naughty Husky!, negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement
negative reinforcement, positive reinforcement, innate desire: Gina, Well, unfortunately as for the running problem - that is a Siberian trait. What do have currently to prevent him from running? As for counter surfing , that is also very Siberian. The problem that you are running into is that Siberians are extremely...

Husky (Huskies): Naughty Husky, plastic spikes, shock collar
plastic spikes, shock collar, bread box: I will break the bad news to you. Thousands of years of genetic programming isn t going to change because you want it to. This is the most common question I have answered countless times on here and elsewhere. He is Husky your going to have to except the...

Husky (Huskies): Navy Blue Eyes, siberian husky puppies, siberian husky
siberian husky puppies, siberian husky, pigmentation: Physical characteristics of the dogs will change over time and really, there are so many more things to attract you to the dog than the eye color. However, blue is actually a lack of pigmentation, and therefore, the pup may develop the pigment in time, especially...

Husky (Huskies): Nervous Peeing, hi tim, siberian husky
hi tim, siberian husky, back yard: Hi Tim, Some dogs are just nervous types and will exhibit the behaviour you describe its thier nature and hard to cure. The best you can do is try to do things that give him confidence, and avoid being inside when new people are present. He is still young...

Husky (Huskies): Nervous about puppy, precious puppy, puppy stage
precious puppy, puppy stage, getting a puppy: I think maintaining close contact with the entire pack would be critical throughout the puppy s development, especially to help ensure that the Yorkie is considered part of that group. How old is the new puppy? I would think that as long as you can separate...

Husky (Huskies): New 1 year old husky, siberian huskies, critical thinkers
siberian huskies, critical thinkers, obedience training: Siberian Huskies can never be trusted off-leash, and if you speak to the best trainer who has worked with Siberians - they will agree. Unfortunately, they were bred to be nomadic dogs and they don t have a homing/territorial instinct that other dogs (like...

Husky (Huskies): New Adoptions to my family, cat to the dogs, siberian huskies
cat to the dogs, siberian huskies, small animals: Hi Glenda, You should have no problem training the two to behave. As the puppy gets older it will get easier. As far as other animals in the household. Some huskies don t do well with small animals including cats. So until you know for sure how the...

Husky (Huskies): New Husky destroying house, husky dogs, energy dogs
husky dogs, energy dogs, magic toy: Unfortunately there isn t any magic toy - some dogs do well with certain things (kongs, iCubes, etc) while others lose interest in them rather quickly. It varies from dog to dog. The best way to help the dog is to crate train until the dog can learn what...

Husky (Huskies): New Husky Pup vs crate/crying, comfy place, extra hour
comfy place, extra hour, old dog: Unfortunately, this is something that you have to deal with when raising new puppies. Here are some things to help: 1) Bladder size of a dog is such that a dog can hold it for about one hour longer than the number of months it is old. So a two month old...

Husky (Huskies): New Husky pup likes to bite, long walks, training exercises
long walks, training exercises, raw hides: Just everyday routine stuff like, you eat first. Even if you eat a cracker or something before you feed her. Also before you give her, food have her sit, shake and/or lay down. This tells her she has to make you happy to earn her food. The leash isn t entirely...

Husky (Huskies): New Puppies, two puppies, crate train
two puppies, crate train, crate training: Hi, Meghan Crate training can be hard with puppies. I had a hard time crate training my dog when he was a puppy. You should not crate train them both in the same crate. The reason why is because when they get older they will be use to being in the same...

Husky (Huskies): New Puppies, leather gloves, enzymatic cleaner
leather gloves, enzymatic cleaner, rule of thumb: Well, first off - Congratulations! Here s some things to think about it, and feel free to to write back with more questions: First, 7 weeks is somewhat young for pups to leave the litter (although my first was at this age, and she s fine). Except some...

Husky (Huskies): New Puppies, crate train, couple questions
crate train, couple questions, crate training: Hello. You should probably crate train them together and over night you should lock them in a room of your house that has not carpet and put dog house trainning wipes on the floor of the room. Also, I would suggest waiting for the puppies to be of 8 weeks...

Husky (Huskies): New Puppy introduced to Husky, rottweiler puppy, animal behaviorists
rottweiler puppy, animal behaviorists, e drawing: Unfortunately, it is probably not possible and ultimately, not your call. Pack order is a very sensitive and complex subject that even biologists and animal behaviorists (who spend years studying the subtle nuances of the relationships) are often surprised...

Husky (Huskies): New puppy, collie mix, leash train
collie mix, leash train, intelligent dogs: Really, mixes are tough to call because every breed is different, each dog within a breed is different, and when you mix two breeds you often don t know what traits seem to take over. However, collies and Sibes are very intelligent dogs, which means that...

Husky (Huskies): New Siberian puppy with chinchilla, baby wild rabbits, pet chinchilla
baby wild rabbits, pet chinchilla, separate rooms: It is fine if the chinchilla is in a cage. I just meant unsupervised with full access to the little guy. It is also fine if they are crated together I think that would give a since of being equal to each other, if that makes any since. When one is kenneled...

Husky (Huskies): Nibbleing, siberian husky club, waist area
siberian husky club, waist area, shepherd mix: First, the weight sounds a tad heavy, but he could just be a big dog. I m going off the Siberian Husky Club of American standard as registered with the AKC, but if you don t have a dog that was bred to that standard, it really doesn t mean anything. Things...

Husky (Huskies): My Niki is a black and tan..., pregnacy, doghouse
pregnacy, doghouse, puppies: If she has her puppies in the summer (warmer weather), they should stay warm. I recommend bringing the mother inside when she is ready to give birth. They puppies and mother should stay in a safe environment for a while. I am not a very good expert on breeding....

Husky (Huskies): Nip/Bite, time dogs, acceptable behaviors
time dogs, acceptable behaviors, leash training: Arturo, The glove method can be extremely effective, even in getting the dog to not nip human skin. Keep in mind that a dog interacts with its world in the same manner that humans do with their hands; the dog is merely trying to play. With that in mind,...

Husky (Huskies): Nipping, leather welding gloves, playful pup
leather welding gloves, playful pup, thick gloves: Yes . . . you need to look to change your view of his nipping. Dogs bite for two reasons - play and aggression/defense. This is obviously a playful pup who doesn t quite realize that dog teeth and jaws don t work too well against human hands ;) But, understanding...

Husky (Huskies): Noisy Huskies, siberian huskies, excessive amounts
siberian huskies, excessive amounts, neighbours: You have 3 options. 1. Stop them from playing when they are being noisy and only when they are noisy. Every time they are Quiet let the games continue. Eventually they will get the point that you want it quiet they only want to play so they will figure it...

Husky (Huskies): Normal weight?, female husky, weight chart
female husky, weight chart, food intake: Dear Jeanenne, Huskies are one of those breeds where a wide variation in their features is a normal accepted standard. I have seen both very tiny and really huge examples of this breed. My guys are huge 23 inches at the shoulder or a bit above. They weigh...

Husky (Huskies): Nuzzle size, Tail, and coat, male pup, female counterpart
male pup, female counterpart, male companion: There can be a great difference in the breed from dog to dog, and just because the dog comes from a registered breeder does not in and of itself mean that you have Siberians that meet the SHCA standards. The coat does not seem to be an issue at all, as I...

Husky (Huskies): I need some Tips, prey drive, packmates
prey drive, packmates, apartment living: A puppy should be no younger than 8 weeks old when it is removed from his littermates. As for living in an apartment, it is possible, but can be very difficult. This breed was designed to run 100+ miles per day, be very intelligent, disobedient, brilliant...

Husky (Huskies): to neuter or not, puppy lessons, kisses and hugs
puppy lessons, kisses and hugs, wander lust: The simple answer is neuter. There is no harm to the dog and it provides numerous advantages. Neutering calms dogs down, decreases wander-lust , can reduce territory marking, and often causes dogs to become much less aggressive. There is only one legitimate...

Husky (Huskies): new friend for our Huskey, pack animals, accidental injuries
pack animals, accidental injuries, siberians: I would definitely suggest a female as the opposite sex pairing is always great. Puppies are good because they often come to you with no baggage and can integrate easier into the home. Additionally, most dogs give puppies a little more room in their behavior...

Husky (Huskies): My new husky puppy is EXTREMELY small & underweight!!, puppy chow, husky puppy
puppy chow, husky puppy, shoulder bones: Puppy size varies significantly among different litters, so I d hate to say where he should be, but 5 or 6 lbs is small. What I ve seen would put an 11 week old dog at 8-14 lbs. Definitely get the worming and shots and I would suggest upgrading the dog to...

Husky (Huskies): new old dog, natural tendencies, champion bloodline
natural tendencies, champion bloodline, pack animals: Well, I think that is a good thing for the possible interaction of the two dogs. As for breeding, I would say that I wouldn t recommend it. First, it takes more than just the papers as you can have papers for a dog that has genetic abnormalities, poor...

Husky (Huskies): A new puppy, steamboat springs co, getting a puppy
steamboat springs co, getting a puppy, sex dogs: Sibes are extremely social animals - so more dogs around is not a bad thing. Most dogs get into a solitary mode around 2-3 years old, so if a dog hasn t been introduced to living with other dogs, I might recommend against it. However, if the two dogs currently...

Husky (Huskies): a new Siberian Husky (female), wire options, social animals
wire options, social animals, sibe: First - realize that you have dog that was bred to run in sub freezing temps, pulling a sled, with 15 other dogs, at distances upwards of 100 miles per day if needed. They are social animals and extremely active. What this means is that it is normal for...

Husky (Huskies): Are these normal?, blowing bubbles, water dish
blowing bubbles, water dish, going to the bathroom: No problem with the questions - I ll endeavor to answer them here in order: 1) Normal - yes. Remember, dogs are carnivores by nature (although some qualify as opportunivores - eating whatever they can get their paws on). What this means is that they often...

Husky (Huskies): Obedience tips, obedience tips, shepherd mix
obedience tips, shepherd mix, behaviours: Dear Michele, It sounds to me as though you do have more husky than shepherd in your dog.All these behaviours are really normal in this kind of dog.And the pulling well that is what they are bred for.They just love to hunt.They are also very stubborn and...

Husky (Huskies): Odd change in behavior (deficating), acceptable place, correct move
acceptable place, correct move, strange turn: That is a slightly strange behavior and one that I m unsure of the cause. I would suggest the following: 1) Make sure to clean the area with an enzymatic based cleaner (e.g., Nature s Miracle) and thoroughly clean it. This should help eliminate any smell...

Husky (Huskies): Odd coloring around mouth..., pinkish hue, siberian huskies
pinkish hue, siberian huskies, medical problem: Hi Adam, There might not be anything to worry about with the discolored fur, but I don t know for sure. It might be bacteria from her saliva that is causing the problem, but it she doesn t have any problems with her gum, then I don t know. If it gets...

Husky (Huskies): Odd Husky Behavior, heather heather, old dog new tricks
heather heather, old dog new tricks, spayed females: Heather, I know you probably hate to hear this, but it sounds like you have a normal Siberian. Unfortunately, no one seems to know when this desire to wander kicks in, but it is in all Sibes, and when it activates, it s tough to deal with. The only...

Husky (Huskies): Older Husky new puppy?, jack russell terrier, prey drive
jack russell terrier, prey drive, small dogs: Dear Erin, I would not be worried, I too have dogs that will kill a cat, but they know another dog from a cat, even small dogs. I would be careful and watchful with the new puppy but I am sure a jack russel will hold its own and the two will be playing endlesly...

Husky (Huskies): Older puppy being rough with new puppy, goldendoodle, husky mix
goldendoodle, husky mix, dysphasia: If their is no problem it is okay that they share a bowl, the only problem I could think of is that you do you know how much food is each eating? You don t want any of them overweight. Hip dysphasia has a higher chance of happening in overweigh dogs and both...

Husky (Huskies): odd behaviour, hind legs, weird behavior
hind legs, weird behavior, odd behaviour: Hi Laurie, Dog do have some weird behavior. My husky sleep with her legs sticking straight in the air. And she does some other weird things. This is completely normal. If you have anymore questions please ask. Thanks and Congrat on your new husky,...

Husky (Huskies): Too old ?, dear ron, huskies
dear ron, huskies, vigilance: Dear Ron, I do not think your unusual situation is due to the fact you have spayed your girl, and 8 months is certainally not considered old to do so. I spayed one of my girls at 6 years old and noticed no change in her Character at all. Perhaps there is...

Husky (Huskies): Getting an older huskie, crate train, huskie
crate train, huskie, crate training: Dear Bernie, A malamute and a Husky are a good pairing of breeds to have. Both have similar needs and requirements. It is hard to advise you on just how to treat the new dog not knowing what background it came from. You will just have to watch the interaction...

Husky (Huskies): outside dog?, siberian huskies, pack of dogs
siberian huskies, pack of dogs, heat conservation: Siberian Huskies are bred generally to be outside dogs, although they of course love to be inside with their humans as well. While I can t speak to the specific breeding of your individual dog, I can to the general standard. I caution following my information...

Husky (Huskies): Panting/Breathing, winter allergies, thick fur
winter allergies, thick fur, raw hamburger: Each dog in this regard is unique. But honestly, it is not a standard breed thing. I would suggest a quick check with the vet, although my first thought is the same reason I m having trouble breathing right now . . . winter allergies! Your dog may just...

Husky (Huskies): Playful Nips won't stop, heavy duty gloves, welding gloves
heavy duty gloves, welding gloves, ray allen: I ll answer these in reverse order. First, Sibes are often very good with children, although they can be confused by small humans (babies). It s often not a pack order thing, but often more of a mothering and caring instinct that a Siberian (especially female)...

Husky (Huskies): Playing too rough, leather welding gloves, puppy teeth
leather welding gloves, puppy teeth, leather gloves: Kyle, Well, you ve stumbled on to probably my most popular question and a relatively easy one to fix. I ve written about it before, so here s a copy of that: First, it is important to understand...

Husky (Huskies): Please Help!, low sodium chicken broth, sodium chicken broth
low sodium chicken broth, sodium chicken broth, time and patience: First of all realize that Siberians have extremely effective metabolisms and often eat substantially less than other canines. Feeding a super-premium dog food, my dogs eat just one measuring cup of food per day. Keep an eye on weight, and if the dog isn...

Husky (Huskies): Potty training, oxy clean, white vinegar
oxy clean, white vinegar, little butt: I am not trying to be mean, but what you are describing tells me the dog doesn t take you seriously. When you say no and hold her mouth shut you are supposed to hang on till the pup stops struggling (prepare for a wild ride) if she struggles and you let...

Husky (Huskies): PUPPY behavior, leather welding gloves, puppy behavior
leather welding gloves, puppy behavior, classic signs: It sounds like this attack is not out of the clear blue, but rather the puppy continuing to play. Siberians are known for playing very rough, and the jumping around and paw slapping are classic signs of initiating play. It would be difficult to say what...

Husky (Huskies): Puppie eating top soil, top soil, animal excrement
top soil, animal excrement, poos: As long as your top soil didn t contain any crazy fertilizers, should be fine. Definitely discourage the behavior, but honestly, dogs eat much worse than dirt. Often times top soil has some animal fertilizers and canines have a habit of eating animal excrement....

Husky (Huskies): Puppies, kennel clubs, puppies
kennel clubs, puppies, el paso: Dear Brenda, I am very sorry but as I have just moved to America from Australia I cannot be of very much help with your enquiry. I suggest you get in touch with the kennel clubs in your area and they can probably recomend some good breeders. I hope this...

Husky (Huskies): Puppy and Cat Meeting each other, storm chases, best bet
storm chases, best bet, handfull: Hi Bob - thanks for writing. Congratulations on your new puppy. Storm sounds like a typical siberian handfull. He s only playing with the cat and doesn t mean any harm. Siberians love to run and will chase anything that moves. One suggestion is to have...

Husky (Huskies): Puppy has long hair, wooly coat, companion pet
wooly coat, companion pet, shca: Feel free to send a picture to me - mwd0818@yahoo.com. Sibes don t usually change their coats out, although they do age with them a little bit. However, if you have a wooly sibe, it probably won t change. There is no real problem with this type of coat...

Husky (Huskies): paw licking, serfs, bitter taste
serfs, bitter taste, ointments: Unfortunately, there are just some dogs that do certain things when bored or stressed - and being home alone can cause both of these. While checking out the interactions between you and the dog could help shed some light on specific causes, these are difficult...

Husky (Huskies): peeing, scaird, couple hours
scaird, couple hours, husky: What he is doing it called submissive peeing. The only thing you can do is ignore it. Yelling or scolding will make it worse because he will try to be more submissive which means more peeing. Approach him calmly and talk gently. Eventually he will get the...

Husky (Huskies): peeing alot, large breed dogs, excessive urination
large breed dogs, excessive urination, male dogs: Six weeks is a relatively early time to take on a puppy, which sometimes means that additioanl behavorial problems can occur. If you are seeing what seems excessive amounts of urination, I would suggest a trip to the vet. Excessive urination can be a symptom...

Husky (Huskies): poor eating habits, dominant traits, personal preference
dominant traits, personal preference, food bowl: Actually, I have found that with Siberians effective metabolism, they often shouldn t be fed once a day. Now, this is personal preference, but due to low stomach content later in the day, there seems to be a lot of bile vomit that happens if the dog is fed...

Husky (Huskies): possessiveness, submissive positions, will take some time
submissive positions, will take some time, siberian husky: It will take some time, but the male dog is simply protecting his possessions. To the male dog, he runs everything and therefore everything is his. Your first step is to simply protect this from happening. No toys should be around when both dogs are in...

Husky (Huskies): potty training, puppy training, siberian husky
puppy training, siberian husky, 10 mins: I had someone with this problem. To fix this. When she is inside she is in a crate, take her out every 15 to 30 mins to do her business if she doesn t go in 15mins carry her in put her back in her crate for 10 mins then carry her back outside and give her...

Husky (Huskies): potty training and some other quetions, undesirable actions, house dogs
undesirable actions, house dogs, acceptable behaviors: Crate training is the simple answer. If the dog is not house broken, you are not to leave the dog unattended in the house. Dogs learn acceptable behaviors through conditioning, and one method of conditioning is to eliminate opportunities to do undesirable...

Husky (Huskies): potty training, diabetes test, urine test
diabetes test, urine test, sib: You might want to take him in to a vet to get a diabetes test done, it is a simple urine test and is inexpensive. It is a good idea to monitor how many times you see him drinking a dog with diabetes will drink A LOT and pee A LOT. But I find when they...

Husky (Huskies): pregnancy, mucas, dear george
mucas, dear george, vulva: Dear George, Discharge does not always mean your dog is about to be give birth. The usual sign is she will stop eating 24 hours before and start nesting. Ripping newspapers in her nest or what ever you have in there. Her vulva will also get very soft and...

Husky (Huskies): pregnant, temperament testing, medical checks
temperament testing, medical checks, veterinary medicine: I strongly recommend that you spend a lot of time researching your dog s history, the stud dog s history as well as take courses in some basic veterinary medicine in order to provide the best environment for your dog if you would like to breed. Breeding is...

Husky (Huskies): puppy and 3 yr old huskies, pack animals, allexperts
pack animals, allexperts, notification emails: Sorry about the delay in getting back to you on this - it appears that AllExperts has ceased sending notification emails on pending questions. I just decided to check and see why no one was asking questions as of late, and found 11 waiting. :) First,...

Husky (Huskies): My puppy is not eating, alaskan husky puppy, bowel obstruction
alaskan husky puppy, bowel obstruction, strangest things: Dear William, When a puppy is not eating and drinking a lot of water, and by not eating I mean really not eating anything at all. It is a very serious sign something is badly wrong. Perhaps a bowel obstruction, puppies eat the strangest things! I would be...