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PostSubject: New Puppy Advice   New Puppy Advice EmptyFri Dec 05, 2014 10:58 am

Hi Guys

I am the proud mommy of a beautiful 3 month old male husky named Ace and we are absolutely hooked, we have had Ace for about 45 days. My husband and i decided that we couldn't just stop at one and are in the process of booking a sister for Ace. Ace was born on 30th of august and Amber /Ambrosia on the 8th of Nov, she will be ready to come home around Christmas. Any advice on bringing up two puppies. I have seen threads on littermates but i think this is a bit different. Ace has his own insta account here is the link

Also we feed Ace Solid Gold  Hundchen Flocken puppy.. is Barking at the moon appropriate for Huskies?  We would like to show him in India and do not him to be overweight or grow beyond the standard.

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PostSubject: Re: New Puppy Advice   New Puppy Advice EmptyFri Dec 05, 2014 12:42 pm

Adorable. Puppies stature and whether they are going to be in standard or not is kinda part of their dna. I'm not sure how the showing process goes in India, but here you must have papers and by researching the blood lines of the dog you are getting and making sure you get from a reputable breeder that preferably shows and has proven their lines, then you will have a better idea of if they will be in standard. Solid Gold Barking at the Moon is a very good food and is listed as 5 star on dog food advisor. Flocken puppy is a 4 star and still very good. Both are great foods for your puppy. Both are very high protein foods though and usually that much protein is suggested for working dogs, actual pulling sled dogs, so to keep their weight under control you may have to really regulate their food amounts and keep up on their exercise when they are old enough to really start working.

As far as raising two puppies, the only advice I can give is just make sure you work with them both together and individually. This goes the same for having two adult dogs as well. They each need their own time and attention to build their confidence.

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