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Troubles with Husky (140 pics)

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  • 28 Dec, 2010  |
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Husky dogs are often called men's best friends. They are smart and love to play. Do you want to own such dog? Don't answer before you see the photos. Because a husky will change the way you used to live. Take a look.

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№1 Author: Derp (28 Dec 2010 01:21) Total user comments: 37


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ok, i guess i wont be getting a husky ever...
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№2 Author: joffenbaker (28 Dec 2010 01:46) Total user comments: 4965


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I forget what they call that.....abandonment disorder or something like that.. help me out


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№3 Author: adzhoe (28 Dec 2010 02:32) Total user comments: 14959


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They get left alone all day, locked up, with no entertainment, toys, etc, they will find their own toys to ease their stress/boredom. Those dogs are happiest outside as well, the colder the better. Wonder why they are inside?
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№4 Author: miscellaneous (28 Dec 2010 03:39) Total user comments: 4179


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Those animals MUST be allowed to be out doors , they don't make good apartment pets.

but they are very loyal and intelligent and make wonderful companions.
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№5 Author: jai9313 (28 Dec 2010 04:49) Total user comments: 894


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№6 Author: FrankieJ (28 Dec 2010 06:17) Total user comments: 167


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Wow, My husky has never destroyed anything like that. Guess I should be thankful she's a very well behaved dog
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№7 Author: mahedi (28 Dec 2010 09:37) Total user comments: 10772


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Bad pet 13
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№8 Author: caan (28 Dec 2010 09:40) Total user comments: 5


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Bad owner 13
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№9 Author: Gam3b0y (28 Dec 2010 10:02) Total user comments: 129


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every dog does the same not only huskys if you lock up at home all day
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№10 Author: Trifecta69 (28 Dec 2010 12:02) Total user comments: 1086


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№11 Author: Governator (28 Dec 2010 12:35) Total user comments: 653


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if the owners need more info than that ..they are idiots 41
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№12 Author: jgl6595 (28 Dec 2010 13:01) Total user comments: 1


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joffenbaker it's called separation anxiety. Maybe this idiot should spend less time taking pictures of his dog chewing on things and more time training it. This is obviously a combination of separation anxiety and an irresponsible owner.
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№13 Author: mauman707 (28 Dec 2010 13:03) Total user comments: 495


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its not dogs fault its the owners fault
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№14 Author: david1david (28 Dec 2010 13:17) Total user comments: 30


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but i love them 03 29 good boys 04
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№15 Author: verdecauncastravete (28 Dec 2010 13:46) Total user comments: 1239


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bad bad owner
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№16 Author: joffenbaker (28 Dec 2010 14:19) Total user comments: 4965


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@ jgl6595, yeh, that's what I was trying to think of. Thanks 04
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№17 Author: Nsibai (28 Dec 2010 14:46) Total user comments: 5694


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№18 Author: 2fuzzy (28 Dec 2010 14:52) Total user comments: 10400


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They need to crate the dog before it eats something that kills it.

Edit: I make this statement not to be mean, but from experience. We had a dog who did this when the wife and I would go to work. The amount of toys and exercise did not effect the amount of damage. After multiple trips to the vet, he told us to to crate him while we were gone before he ate something that would kill him. Wife and I were against it at first, but it made all the difference, he had a place just for him and after a few months we were able to stop shutting him in it, but he he would use the crate as a dog house inside the house.
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№19 Author: salsapopo (28 Dec 2010 15:22) Total user comments: 12723


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№20 Author: opiFka (28 Dec 2010 15:45) Total user comments: 176


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Husky needs to move, to work, they aren't pets for inside living! These owners are morons 17
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№21 Author: Lu (28 Dec 2010 16:34) Total user comments: 15082


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Yeah, working breed needs plenty outdoor action and hard work. This is complete frustration.
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№22 Author: Ty Webb (28 Dec 2010 18:41) Total user comments: 6156


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exercise.....exercise.........
exercise!!!
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№23 Author: Pilgrim (28 Dec 2010 18:55) Total user comments: 2288


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I agree with opiFka!
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№24 Author: StaticX (28 Dec 2010 20:08) Total user comments: 661


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this kind of dogs are realy crazy - They're nice but people shouldn't have them at home...
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№25 Author: Patty (28 Dec 2010 21:20) Total user comments: 1766


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My SIL has a husky. He has never done anything like that!!!! Maybe a slipper, once. They have him crate trained and he can run free in the back yard. Maybe that's the difference?
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№26 Author: Gyselinck (28 Dec 2010 22:03) Total user comments: 3133


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They do this only because the owner don't play with them !!! 13 13
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№27 Author: Jimmy Johnson (29 Dec 2010 00:24) Total user comments: 5518


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Don't have an outdoor dog as an indoor pet. Problem solved. Why not just get a wolf then?
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№28 Author: pedro carlos (29 Dec 2010 02:39) Total user comments: 856


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bad owners for sure
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№29 Author: raymond.wendt (8 Jan 2011 13:28) Total user comments: 9115


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yeah, they are pretty dogs, but not totally domesticated yet...
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№30 Author: cherrygarcia14 (11 Jan 2011 21:26) Total user comments: 2278


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those doggies need to be outdoors 63
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