Husky health

    As a responsible and compassionate Husky owner, you obviously want to make sure your guy or girl is in tip-top health. Regular visits to the vet for checkups are important, but you won’t usually need to visit the vet with any major problems as often as with other breeds of dogs. However, there are a couple of genetic health problems that you need to be aware of in order to keep your Siberian Husky as healthy as can be.

    Husky humping

    Nonsexual mounting of other dogs is generally a dominance, control, or challenge behavior, although when practiced by puppies it’s primarily about play and social learning, beginning as early as 3-4 weeks. Mounting of humans is strictly nonsexual; it may be about control, it can be attention-seeking, and it can be a stress-reliever. High hormone levels and normal sexual responses to other unneutered dogs are different from the kind of “problem mounting” that embarrasses you in front of your in-laws or boss when they visit!

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