Author: nicholas

Fun Activities for Dogs in the Fall

Fun Activities for Dogs in the Fall!   Now that the weather is cooling down (depending where you are), and the leaves are changing colors, and fall is slowly coming into focus, let’s talk about some awesome fun activities for dogs and their humans.   First, if you live in more of a rural area, going on leisurely walks, is one of the best fun activities for dogs you can do. You’re spending quality time, your strolling, no fast pace, and you’re enjoying your scenery.  Who am I kidding? Even if you don’t live in a rural area you...

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Health Alert, What to Keep your Siberian Husky away from!

Health Alert, What to keep your Siberian Husky away from! HEALTH ALERT Your Siberian Husky puppy can become gravely ill or even die if he licks or swallows just a small amount of the following, common household items. Make sure your Siberian Husky puppy is in a safe, puppy proof area at all times and under adult supervision. Chocolate, hops or beer, household plants, potting soil, antifreeze, household cleaners, onions and onion powder, alcoholic beverages, coffee (grounds or beans), tea, salt, macadamia nuts, tomato leaves and stems, potato leaves and stems, rhubarb leaves, avocados, moldy foods, or lawn...

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Housebreaking your Siberian Husky Puppy

Housebreaking Your Siberian Husky Puppy HOUSEBREAKING GUIDE– Confine the Siberian Husky puppy to a small area such as a training crate, half bath, or laundry room. This area should not be larger than 4 x 4 square and have a tile or linoleum floor, NOT carpet, NOT hardwood, and NOT concrete as these are porous and will stain and cause odor. Do not close the door to this area, use a childproof gate so that the Siberian Husky puppy can see out. Provide a variety of rawhides and toys for the Siberian Husky puppy and a bed or blanket...

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Playtime with your new Siberian Husky Puppy

Playtime with your new Siberian Husky Puppy REMEMBER THIS IS A BABY!!!!! The Siberian Husky puppy needs lots of rest for the first few weeks. Do not treat the Siberian Husky puppy as a toy. You mustn’t continuously pick up the Siberian Husky puppy. The Siberian Husky puppy should be confined to a small, safe, puppy proof area for the majority of the day and night (approximately 18 hours a day for the first two weeks). This means DO NOT OVERDUE PLAYTIME!! Playtime should be broken up into small intervals of  20 – 30 minutes. The Siberian Husky puppy...

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Vitamin Supplements for your Siberian Husky Puppy

VITAMIN SUPPLEMENTS for Your Siberian Husky Puppy MULTI-VITAMIN- Give  ½  tablet once daily to your Siberian Husky puppy. This is chewable. Do not mix into food. NUTRISTAT / Nutrical – Give 1 teaspoon twice daily directly into your Siberian Husky puppy’s mouth. Do not mix into food. Use until the tube is finished. This will help your new Siberian Husky puppy maintain healthy weight while transitioning into his new home. **KARO LIGHT SYRUP- Give 1 teaspoon ( roughly ½ a syringe) twice daily for seven days to your new Siberian Husky puppy. Karo syrup is very thick, make sure...

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