Husky Pups require a little more patience than other pups.
A really good idea is to crate train your husky puppy early on. This will help your husky to stay calm and relaxed as they grow older.
What you really want to do is get your pup enrolled into puppy classes to make sure that your pup has plenty of social interaction. If there is no puppy class around then you can organize play dates with other dog owners.
Another top tip would be to make sure that you remain as the alpha leader for your pup. There is a lot talk about.
You can try joining a husky forum to get some more advice. I personally post on itsahuskything.com
Also you can try this website that has a lot of husky training tips.
I have a hub dedicated to training a Siberian Husky. Feel free to visit it at http://hubpages.com/hub/Challenges-of-T … rian-Husky There should be some useful information there.
by mariec 4 years ago
whens a good time to introduce another siberian husky in familyI have a 2 year female siberian husky, she is food aggresive and toy aggresive, This is the only problem we have with her. She loves other dogs, but scared to have problems.
by puddinpie4u 8 years ago
Is it natural for a siberian husky to get into everything? we cant leave her alone in the house...at all.. she takes things that arent hers and runs with it to chew on.. jumps on counters.. ughh.. what can we do?
by Kiz 9 years ago
Well, I'm taking the plunge. I'm adopting a red and white husky this week, and I'm totally stoked.My dad has this story he likes to tell about my love for huskies. When I was two years old I pulled a husky puppy into my stroller with me and offered it some of my juice from my...
by chucky1291 5 years ago
I have a siberian husky puppy and i'm having trouble picking a name, any help?he has blue eyes, so I kinda want it to reflect on that. he's black and white.
by glassvisage 6 years ago
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