• Happy & Healthy Puppy

    The million dollar question, how to keep your husky healthy to prolong its life and extend your time with your loving pet. Health is one of the most important aspects for an abundant and a happy lifestyle of your puppy.

    One of the vital things you can provide your husky is a healthy life which turn will make him very happy. Here’s how you can make and keep your husky puppy happy and healthy.

    Daily exercise is the key point to healthy strong bones for your husky as well as a healthy heart. Daily exercise is vital to ensure your husky stays strong and remains growing. Make sure that your husky gets plenty of exercise each and every day. Huskies love big spacious areas to run around, so take them out to the park at least once a week and go for walks 10-15 minutes each day.

    Healthy food ensures your husky gets the necessary nutrients and minerals to go along with the exercise. Daily exercise and healthy diet go hand in hand keeping your husky happy and healthy. If the husky puppy lacks nutrients or vitamins it needs, additional supplements may be needed to go with your regular food.

    Social Life is important to keep your husky healthy. If your husky doesn’t get much attention from the family, having your husky spend some time around other dogs is an important aspect for your husky’s social life. Make sure your husky gets enough attention and social experience from you, your family members, or other dogs.

    As a husky puppy owner, keeping your husky puppy happy and healthy is your primary responsibility. Husky puppies are fun and exciting and you should give your puppy lots of love and devotion to keep him a happy puppy that will love you forever.

    From the combination of providing your husky puppy with healthy treats to ensuring your husky isn’t unhealthy, you can keep your husky content and thankful to you.

    Maintaining a Happy Husky

    Maintaining your husky’s happiness is your job. That includes making sure your husky gets plenty of attention, maintains a healthy diet, gets plenty of exercise, and gets lots of toys and bones to chew on.

    Feed your husky nutritious and mineral rich diets to ensure your husky stays healthy. After all, one of the main aspects of maintaining a happy husky is maintaining a healthy husky.

    Purchase your husky lots and lots of bones to chew on. If you don’t supply your husky with bones, it will find a substitute such as your shoes, couch, or your homework. (And yes, I’ve seen dogs eat homework.)

    Unhealthy Dog Signs

    When your husky is cheerful, playful, maintaining a healthy diet as well as plenty of exercise, it’s not very likely that your husky is unhealthy.

    There are, however, very simple things you can notice about your husky to spot any type of illness symptoms your husky may have.

    Husky’s Coat – The first thing you need to take into consideration is the outer appearance of the coat. The coat is supposed to maintain a soft touch, appear glossy and shiny to the eye.

    Husky Dandruff – If your dog sheds white flakes from its coat, that’s a sign of unhealthy skin.

    Bald Spots – Another sign of unhealthy skin or hair comes from any bald spots you may find. Do a thorough check to make sure your husky doesn’t have any.

    Fleas, Parasites, Ticks & Skin Irritation – Your husky may be unhealthy if it shows any signs of excessive biting, scratching, and irritation of the skin and coat. Check with your veterinarian to obtain skin irritation shampoos and/or flea/parasites treatment products.

    Healthy Eyes – Check your husky’s eyes to make sure they’re in a healthy condition. Paleness and discharge may show signs of unhealthiness.

    Healthy Ears – Check your husky’s ears to ensure the inside skin is pink, clean, and doesn’t contain ticks. Signs of unhealthy ears come from excessive scratching, redness, swelling, excessive brownish or yellowish wax, and bad smell.

    Husky Feces/Extracts – Do an occasional check on your husky’s feces. It should be firm brown colored. The feces shouldn’t contain any black color, runny/watery substance, blood, or rice-like shapes inside the feces.

    Heart Rate – Should be anywhere between 50 to 120, depending on the size. Larger huskies should have slower heart rate.

    Husky Nose – Any unusual thick, bubbly yellow or greenish nasal discharge can be signs of an unhealthy condition.

    Husky Gums – Check your husky’s gums to ensure there are no inflammatory signs. If you spot any red inflamed gums that could be signs of problems which may lead to gingivitis.

    Husky Teeth – Your husky puppy should have 23 teeth (grown huskies 40 teeth) clean, plaque and tarter free.

    Husky Muscles – Make sure your husky doesn’t show any signs of lumps or weird indentations on the muscles.

    Husky Skin – Check the skin to ensure it doesn’t contain lice, ticks, fleas, scabs, white flakes, or red areas.

    Husky Temperature – Should be between 101 and 102.5 degrees Fahrenheit.

    How to Spot an Unhealthy Husky

    Your husky will usually show irritation, tiredness, pain, sadness, excessive scratching and other symptoms. Make sure to take your husky to a vet for a checkup.

    This article is filed under Health. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.
  • 1 Comment

    Take a look at some of the responses we have had to this article.

    1. Gil
      Feb 24th

      Hi, I’m thinking about getting a Husky. The only problem is that I live in georgia and in the summer it can get quite hot here. Do you think the husky will be happy here?

  • Leave a Reply

    Let us know what you thought.

  • Name(required):




    Turn on pictures to see the captcha *