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u/StyloSun · 1 pointr/husky

Yeah no problem! Definitely do your research heh lots of info out there for sure about Huskies particularly. As for the dealing with the shedding, tbh the best way to "deal" with it is quite simply to maintain a regular brushing regiment for the dog. Also depending on the time of the year (big season changes mainly) and also weather/temperature conditions, Huskies usually blow their undercoat about twice a year but they do shed regularly! I brush my dog's coat about 2 to 3 times a week and that usually does the trick but like around summer time when they shed the most I brush about 4 times a week because that's how much she sheds Haha! Also husky coats vary from being really short to very fluffy, usually called "wooly" coats, so you have to take that into consideration too like for example my dog has a very lean build with a semi short coat (not as fluffy as the wooly coated Huskies) so when she sheds its usually pieces at a time but if I don't maintain her coat I will often times find tuffs of fur I can literally pull off of her hah. But yea that's the best way I feel to maintain their shedding and make sure to use the proper deshedding brushes/tools since their coats are unique considering they are double coated. I use a tool called the EZ Sleek brush and it works wonders since the brush is designed to lift up the fur from the undercoat and doesn't cut their fur like some brushes do (never shave a Huskies coat unless it's for medical reasons! It damages their overall coat). I recommend that one over the furminator, which is also a great tool to use but I've read mixed reviews and sentiments about it.

u/egrdigital · 1 pointr/husky

Awesome!! I use this harness PetSafe & clip leash to the chest loop. This helps guide my husky when they try to pull. I’ve tried the easy walk harness but I feel like that harness was really tight on their shoulder blades. This harness leaves a lot of space for her front legs to maneuver freely. You might have to try a few pending your husky’s frame.

These leashes have been great and good price BAAPET 2 Packs 5 FT Strong Dog...

u/dnalloheoj · 4 pointsr/husky

I'll put Miele's on a pedestal here as well. Got one for Christmas this year, our old Hoover Wintunnel ProPet thing could clean about ~20sq ft before I'd have to walk over to the garbage, empty the canister out (While getting dust/fur blowback in my face), walk back to the vacuum, start it back up, only to find out that the belt burnt itself out again on the combination of my girlfriends long hair and the two huskies (and two cats). Honestly, it was a nightmare to use.

New Miele can do about 2 rooms without even starting to break a sweat, and that was doing the initial "deep clean" of the house. Now that we've got it pretty cleaned up, I bet I could do the whole house 3-4 times before needing to replace a bag/filter. Haven't had a belt burn out yet, and clearing hair from the roller is a lot easier than on the old vacuum as well (Protip: Use a seam ripper (Edit: Better protip: just get a seam ripper blade for the utility knife you already probably have, like these ones)).

Will never look back.

u/zaofools · 2 pointsr/husky

Hi! I got the harness from my mother in law but it is a Rabbitgoo No Pull Harness in a large! It's pretty nice! I think Bumi is about 45lbs (he's our lean boi) and there's still room for him to grow into it (he's 9mo). I like it a lot! I def recommend it.

u/jkeiko · 3 pointsr/husky

Sure! It's made by ruffwear and it has a locking carabiner on the end. Our girly learned how to unclip her normal leash with her mouth and would take off running. The metal bit twists up so that the latch can't open anymore, unless of course it's twisted back down.

Ruffwear - Knot-a-Leash, Reflective Dog Leash with Secure Locking Carabiner, Blue Spring, Large

The harness she's wearing is an easy walker, which her leash clips to in the front of her chest, so it keeps her from pulling on the leash too much.

PetSafe Easy Walk Harness, Large, BLACK/SILVER for Dogs

Hope this helps!

u/gr00vychick · 2 pointsr/husky

I like the sleekez....seems to keep it nice and knot free
SleekEZ Original Deshedding Grooming Tool (5 inch)

u/remembertosmilebot · 1 pointr/husky

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u/caldin06 · 1 pointr/husky

looked like a good one to get. I can't afford a furminator right now, but i need to get a grooming tool for my husky to help with keeping his hair from matting when he sheds a lot.

u/rushboy99 · 1 pointr/husky

bones are you best cheapest choice Tuffys is the only one that hasn't ended in thousands of pieces .

u/ossger · 1 pointr/husky

I use the petsafe easy walk harness with mine. It's been solid for over 2 years now. She's 40lbs and wears a medium.

u/theprimeministr · 1 pointr/husky

You and I share a common thread (husky crazy gf). Some examples of gifts I've gotten her that she's liked:

u/zhmo · 1 pointr/husky

thank you! I got the pattern from this book :)

u/husky54 · 2 pointsr/husky

Any undercoat rake will work just fine. It can have either one or multiple rows of prongs. They look like this:

They have wide set prongs that are usually pretty thick and rounded on the ends. This tool loosens up the dead undercoat and is used prior to using the slicker brush.

Slicker brushes are just your regular wire brush like these:

Overall, this process will take longer than a Furminator--but remember, a Furminator is actually doing harm to your pet's coat.

u/rosegold16 · 1 pointr/husky

We have a 1 1/2 year old female husky. She chews soft toys up in a heartbeat, especially if they have stuffing (we will find little pieces of stuffing everywhere). The toys that she has not been able to destroy are:
-pretty much anything by KONG that is only made of the plastic/rubber
-ORCA toys, which are also a harder rubber (our dog loves this one:
-Believe it or not, she LOVES this foam frisbee and we have had it for over a year with little to no damage (aside from a few teeth marks). It will not tear:

She also loves rawhides, which she can chew through faster than some other dogs, but it still takes her some time.

u/strykern9ne · 0 pointsr/husky

I use a chain link slip collar or "choke collar" as some may call it. Regardless of what any incompetent dog owner/trainer will say they are hands down the best training tool for all dogs. Any dog can be taught not to pull on a leash within 5 minutes of proper implementation with these collars. It is not "cruel", nor does it hurt the dog. For further instruction on how to properly use these collars refer to The Koehler Method of Dog Training book or the video training series by Don Sullivan. I can give insight to a certain extent, but i am currently reading and watching both of these items so i will not claim to be an expert on this subject.

u/lc6591 · 1 pointr/husky

They're all mostly the same so long as its long enough. You could try this double rake

u/jab121212 · 2 pointsr/husky

Live in South Texas with a Husky.


We have one of these on the backyard faucet:


She knows where water is if she needs it. In March or April I'll go buy 10 of those blue kiddie pools at Walmart. They last about 10 days each with water in them for her to self cool down when she wants.


She has also dug out a little area so she can go sleep under our deck and the storage shed in the back yard. I am actually amazed at how cool it is under the deck during the summer.


She will also come in whenever she wants as I work from home and enjoy her sleeping next to me while I work during the day.


Walks are reserved for the morning hours. I've gone barefoot in 100 degree weather and burned my feet. I don't need her to have burned pads.


She has never told me that she is uncomfortable, but I don't see signs that she ever has been.


If your plan though is to have your husky as an outside dog all day long with no shade and limited water I'd suggest just watch videos on youtube and skip adopting any living animal.

u/ivegotbabyrabies · 5 pointsr/husky

Definitely use an undercoat rake (like the one linked), not a furminator - furminators can damage guard hairs because they are sharp and can actually cut them.

u/I_LOVE_ASPARTAME · 1 pointr/husky

First and foremost I definitely recommend seeking a professional or asking advice from a breeder as well.

If you have a two year old husky/mix it needs EXERCISE. What are you doing to help release her energy? A walk a day wont do it. Our (nearly two) year old goes for about 2-3 long walks a day and we try to run her 2-4 miles when we can. I tired husky is a happy and lazy one.

Also toys to help stimulate her mind and make her work for her food will keep her busy and distracted. We have several types of kings and big ass roller type toys that we put ALL her kibble in. She rarely eat out of her food bowl because of this. I will show a milk bone in a kong and she will work on that for a while, or i'll stick 1/4 cup of kibble in a roller ball that has a tiny opening and plays with that for 30 min. Usually she naps after.

The key to these dogs is to outsmart them. They will own the house if you let them. Do not be afraid to dominate them. I do not mean abuse btw, i mean just using your body and frame of mind to assert that you are the alpha. Dont greet them until they are qquiet and this may be done by putting them in a crate.

Is she crate trained? When we got our husky as a puppy it was much easier since she was small. However, it can be stressful for rescue dogs who arent used to that. You want to make the crate THEIR safe place. Anytime you stick peanut butter in a kong, put in the crate and wait for them to go in there and get it. Reward them with a simple "good girl". Put a tshirt of yours in the crate that has your scent on it also. Never use the crate as a form of punishment. they will just destroy it.

On accidents in the house. Female dogs (especially huskies) do not completely empty their bladders once they go outside. We usually for ours to relieve herself at least three times before bringing her back in. Another think that may be causing her to keep having accidents is anxiety. Are you yelling at her when she has accidents? Whenever she has one, do not yell at her, but just immediately stop her by touching her. Put on the leash, then immediately take her outside. Wait for her to relieve herself again and then reward her. This will take the anxiety out of it.

This is my schedule with Lucy. 6-7 AM wakeup call from her letting me know she needs to go out. Walk her and wait for her to completely relieve herself and poop on the neighbors lawn. Then put 1/4 cup kibble in a kong and stuff a medium milk bone in there. Get ready for work. By the time I come out it's nap time for her. I take her out again 10 am before I leave. She goes in the crate with another 1/4 kibble in a different kong (variety is important). She sleeps the whole time. I come home for an hour on lunch break and she goes for a long walk. Usually right after I leave to go back to work, my SO comes home and takes her on another walk. She will get play time, scratches and belly rubs, and cuddles. She goes out ever 2 hours after that generally and then goes to bed around 9-10 pm and she's tuckered out. She sleeps on the bed until lights out and then she just hops off and goes into her crate on her own.

So I know this is a wall of text, but you can see how having a husky takes a lot of effort and attention. It was more than we bargained for but we made it work and everyone "ooooh's" and "aaaah's" when they see her.

here are some of the types of toys to look out for: