All About Huskies
Thinking about buying a husky? We’ve put together a guide to help you decide a husky is the right dog for you. Here’s what you should consider before adding one of these lovable dogs to your family.
Huskies have a lot of fur
Huskies Are Stubborn
Huskies tend to get very attached to their owners and can get very bad separation anxiety when said owner is gone for long periods of time. This could cause a multitude of problems including but not limited to; wrecking furniture, stealing food, barking and disturbing the neighbors, etc… This can be solved/avoided in a few different ways. Not overly pampering is a good place to start. If you coddle your husky too much it will start to rely on you too much. On the other hand not showing enough affection or just not helping them enough also causes problems, so you’ll have to find a balance that suits your companion well.
Huskies are Vocal
However, not all huskies howl for the same reason. The reason could be anything from boredom to hunger and so on so be sure to pay attention when they do decide to yell at the ceiling.
Other Considerations Before Getting a Husky
- If a husky starts running there is no guarantee they will return.
- They love to dig. Digging is one way they get all of their energy out and not only will they dig outside but they will also dig inside. To avoid this make sure they get enough exercise daily. If you’re short on time, it’s a good idea to hire a dog walker.