Help us name our puppy!!

posted 2 weeks ago in Pets
  • poll:
    Remy : (10 votes)
    15 %
    Bear : (12 votes)
    18 %
    Koda : (42 votes)
    62 %
    Shadow : (4 votes)
    6 %
  • Post # 31
    1067 posts
    Bumble bee
    • Wedding: August 2014

    GOOD LORD that is a cute little mammal! I like Remy.

    Post # 32
    12319 posts
    Sugar Beekeeper

    My vote is for Remy. It’s strong and cute at the same time. 

    Post # 33
    115 posts
    Blushing bee
    • Wedding: May 2018

    Adorable! We have two Siberian huskies. They are a lot of work, especially the first two years or so (until they outgrow the puppy mindset). I highly recommend getting your puppy in puppy training classes. Huskies are stubborn creatures, the earlier you start to train them the better! Do not trust him off leash (even as an adult) without a fence. Huskies love to run and he may or may not find is way back. Huskies are very prey driven and most will not do well with cats, but if they grow up around them they MAY be okay. Most huskies do okay with other dogs but proper socialization will help ensure that. We take ours to doggy daycare once a week for socialization and to get rid of some of their endless amounts of energy. Get him used to the brush now. Huskies don’t need baths that often (once every four months or so for ours). They don’t smell like most dogs, something about the oil on their fur. But they will require weekly brushing. I recommend an undercoat rake or comb. Don’t use one of those furminators and don’t shave him unless medically necessary! Play with his paws too so he’s used to it for nail trims but that goes for all puppies. The endless energy I mentioned? These dogs were bred to run all day. They get destructive or act out if they don’t get enough exercise, especially while young. That’s why many huskies end up in shelters by the time they are a year old. Proper exercise will help, and having more than one helps too 🙂

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