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 should not go outside, EXCEPT FOR HOUSEBREAKING, in one, safe, puppy proof area. The Siberian Husky puppy should not be allowed near other dogs until he is finished with all of his shots and worming. The Siberian Husky puppy should not go into the car unless he is visiting the veterinarian’s office for the first two weeks. The Siberian Husky puppy should not have a bath for the first two weeks as they are susceptible to colds when they first arrive home.