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Dej92 wrote at 2015-02-21 14:49:29
We have two huskies a 6 and 2 yr old. First of all you should have your husky on a dry dog food. We use Blue Wilderness Adult either Salmon, chicken or Duck. We get two big bags for a month they cost $55 a bag at pet smart. We supplement sometimes with a can of wet food Blue's stew mixed with the dry for a treat but not all the time. Huskies ARE self regulating meaning you don't have to feed them 3 times a day. They won't over eat if they are not hungry. Unfortunately a lot of people don't know this and their huskies are really skinny and look bad. We fill our boys bowls up to the top and leave it till it's empty which takes about 4 days. Our dogs are not over weight and they look great. For a treat if I make chicken for dinner I'll make each of them a plain chicken breast or if I make fish they will get a piece but that's only once in awhile. Not everyday. I also will give them fresh veggies if I'm eating them a few carrots, cucumbers, or green beans they love them. But their dry food is the staple and Blue makes the husky coats look amazing especially the Salmon!!!

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Marcus Doyle


Questions about the general breed and temperament of Siberian Huskies. Also, I have had great experience in training them to be, well, a little less crazy. Nothing is a substitute for good research and training, but Husky owners are a special breed, and I can help in passing along some of that information. I do not breed my dogs, they are just companion animals. I encourage that breeding be left to professionals and members of the SHCA. The SHCA can provide great information in helping fellow breeders and I am unable to answer all but the most basic of questions regarding breeding.


Own two pure-bred Siberian Huskies (Karnovanda). Casual owner, but a love and understanding of the breed can be helpful in getting to the right resources.


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