Dogs are fun, active creatures that love to go on adventures, jump into the wilderness and discover the world around them. Despite their intelligence and ability to survive, we shouldn’t just assume that they are capable of getting through any situation all by themselves without keeping an eye on them at all times. Dogs adjust and learn quickly, but they are not born all-knowing. Although dogs are famous for being good swimmers, one cannot just throw a pup in the pool and expect it to take it easily. You have to teach them to step by step how to awaken their abilities and get used to new circumstances.
No logical thought pattern in the world would ever lead someone to the conclusion that they should leave their dog locked in a car on a hot summer day, right? Well, it just so appears that not everyone thinks rationally, as we keep hearing stories of people breaking dogs out of warm, locked cars and pictures posted by people criticizing owners for such behavior.
Many dogs end up at the vet because of issues of discomfort like itching, dandruff, hot spots, rashes, foot licking, excessive shedding and the list goes on. The one common thing all these dogs have is the type of food they are consuming. Artificial Diets have been linked to many health problems. If we go down in pet history and read about problems they used to have 40 years ago and now, you’ll notice that pets nowadays suffer from health complications that only old ones had back in the day.
Many people perform surgical sterilization on their dogs for several different reasons. Some do it to prevent pregnancies, others for health related issues and the list continues.
When you welcome a Husky into your family, they become your responsibility. They look up to you for safety, and shelter and trust you to take care of their well-being. Just the way kids need mental exercise with puzzle, lego, and memory, dog’s’ mentality needs training to develop.