Huskies are great animals, with EXTREME characteristics and quirks. Before thinking of getting one as a pet, can you comfortably cope with these behavioral patterns with a smile and NOT get annoyed?
Month: December 2018
Living With A Wolfdog
The evil of backyard breeders and the complicated wolf dog…. Attached is a story Rob wrote many years (for me – tears) ago, and he has added a paragraph at Continue ReadingLiving With A Wolfdog
Running A Rescue
Running a rescue sounds easy enough. I mean you find a stray, you take it in, give it some food and medical attention when required, give it a bath and Continue ReadingRunning A Rescue
Animal Assisted Therapy
‘Animal Assisted Activities (AAA) provides opportunities for motivational, educational, recreational, and/or therapeutic benefits to enhance quality of life’. ‘Animal Assisted Therapy (AAT) is a goal-directed intervention in which an animal, that Continue ReadingAnimal Assisted Therapy
From A Mothers Perspective
In 2002 we had the very special privilege of bringing home the first two Huskies that Charnell had decided to buy from a pet shop. These were the early days Continue ReadingFrom A Mothers Perspective
It’s Time To Honour The Forgotten
They wander the streets looking for scraps to survive. They’re sick, malnourished, ill-treated, chained up with no food, water or protection from the elements. They’re abused in puppy mills. They’re victims Continue ReadingIt’s Time To Honour The Forgotten
Huskies in South Africa’s Climate
Huskies are a unique breed of dog and some medieval movies have made it “cool” to own one. Unfortunately, little research is done by owners on the correct care of Continue ReadingHuskies in South Africa’s Climate
Why Can’t Siberian Huskies Safely Go Off-Lead?
The Following article is one of the best I’ve read about the husky. We have borrowed it from Mick Brent Dreamcatcher Siberian Huskies of The Siberian Husky Welfare Association (UK) Continue ReadingWhy Can’t Siberian Huskies Safely Go Off-Lead?