After making the decision to get a Siberian Husky puppy the next thing you are going to want to do is to do a little research into what kinds of things you can expect from your Siberian Husky puppy when you get it home. It is always good to be an informed owner and the responsible owner wants to learn as much about their new pet as possible so that they can attend to their pet's care needs as soon as anything may come up.
Your vet and your breeder are two excellent sources for advice and other important information when it comes to the raising of your Siberian Husky puppies so if you ever find yourself in need of any information then do not hesitate to contact one of these two responsible folks for solid and useful advice. It is always good to have reliable resources when you are raising Siberian Husky puppies.
Siberian Husky puppies love to run so you will find that, especially as a puppy, your Siberian Husky is a very active and almost aggressive pet that loves to play and does not mind when playing gets a little rough. It may not be a great idea to have Siberian Husky puppies around small children as the puppies sometimes do not know when to stop rough housing around and that can become dangerous to small children. The dogs do calm with age but you still need to keep a close eye on them.
Siberian Husky puppies also have a very thick coat and they will shed a great deal. You do not need to constantly trim or cut their coat but you do need to comb and brush them on a daily basis. The Husky is excellent at keeping its coat clean but the occasional bath would not be a bad thing as long as you use the Husky shampoo and not human shampoo.
As soon as you get them home you will notice right away that Siberian Husky puppies love to eat but at their age it is extremely important to set good eating habits and that includes feeding them once a day and making sure there are no leftovers sitting around for them to eat. Over eating is a huge problem for Siberian Husky puppies and if they develop bad habits when they are young then they can carry them into adulthood so be careful.
The Siberian Husky is a loyal pet but they are a handful and if you have no experience in owning dogs then you may not want to make Siberian Husky puppies your first jump into dog ownership. They require a lot of the right kind of care and attention and in many ways are dogs that should only be owned by experienced owners that know exactly what they need to do to raise healthy dogs.
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