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wolverine79936
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PostSubject: Hello and Good Evening...   Hello and Good Evening... EmptyThu Jan 02, 2020 2:36 am

Hello. My name is Fr. Yuri and I am new to the whole world of Husky. We adopted a beautiful, 1-year-old Husky from the local Animal Services and she is adapting faster and better than we had hoped. It's very cool. I'm also a certified dog trainer but have never worked with a Husky before, so I will have plenty of questions for you all. In the past, I have worked with German Shepherd, Chihuahuas, Belgian Malinois' and Rottweilers even, but never a Husky before.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello and Good Evening...   Hello and Good Evening... EmptyThu Jan 02, 2020 10:40 am

Hello and welcome. You will find some difference in training a husky but not a whole lot. I would rank a husky as much easier then a chihuahua or a terrier but harder then a shepherd and a rottie. One big difference is the husky wants to know why its doing something as opposed to just doing it. Both my girls are husky mixes and then i have a little terrier and a german shepherd. Ive always had atleast 3 dogs, and if i was gonna rank difficult to train breeds that ive owned, first place would be a tie between my rhodesian ridgebacks and the Tibetan mastiffs.... Huskies dont even come close to those breeds.
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PostSubject: Re: Hello and Good Evening...   Hello and Good Evening... EmptyThu Jan 02, 2020 3:48 pm

Thank you, @Lostmaniac. Smile Baby is a year old and she just got done with the whole sleeping from kennel stress thing with the shelter so now she is acting more like a psychotic child than she was before. I went to take her out this morning and she was jumping all over the living room and bouncing like a wild animal. It was kind of fun to watch her for a second.

But she is definitely having trouble with sit. I've been trying to get her to do that on command for like two days now and she just looks at me like, "Why?" or "I don't wanna." LOL. My Shar-Pei is a piece of cake. He does what he is told, all be it in a stubborn manner. I look forward to this new challenge in training. Very Happy
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