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 Adult Huskies go strange after move

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Join date : 2012-12-15

PostSubject: Adult Huskies go strange after move   Sat Apr 29, 2017 6:04 am

I am experiencing some behavior issues with my 2 adult huskies. The background: 3 and 7 yr old, boys, been living together over 1 yr, moved to new home 6 months ago.
Advices needed for behavior correction.
1: They started to do potty at home regardless how long a walk ago. I have used those bleach, urine breaker product to remove trace of urine but still no luck.
2: They are starting fight over food why is that happen?
3: They are getting in-cooperate during shower with groomer.
4:The 3yr old shows aggression selectively toward people. When stranger try to pat him; when he be told off; when he see toddler walk toward him.

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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

PostSubject: Re: Adult Huskies go strange after move   Mon May 01, 2017 11:04 am

What kind of introduction to the new place did they get? One day we lived in the old place and the next we never saw home again? Or you visited a couple times to let them sniff on leash then moved? Also, did your routine change a lot when you moved to the new place.

I would treat them like puppies. Redo everything, potty training, basic obedience, the whole getting used to people again. If you have a doggy daycare then you may try to send them a couple times to resocialize them with other dogs and strangers who know how to handle dogs.

They have to get used to their new surroundings and if the new house is a lot different than the old one it will take time. With the food, feed them in separate rooms or at least far enough away they feel less threatened by the other. If there are more walls at the new place they may feel like they can't tell when the other is going to sneak up on them and steal what they are eating. Or if the spot you feed them in is tight.

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PostSubject: Re: Adult Huskies go strange after move   Wed May 03, 2017 4:46 pm

@TwisterII Thank you for your advice, it is a shame to educate the graduates all over again. I didn't realise moving home would make them think this way.
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