It's a Husky Thing - Siberian Husky Forum
Would you like to react to this message? Create an account in a few clicks or log in to continue.

A forum for owners of the Siberian Husky.
HomeSearchRegisterRegisterLog in
Congratulations Nikita, Archer, and Cheyanne!, our November HOTM winners! HOTM Will Be Taking An Indefinite Break!
Husky of the Month
Congrats Nikita, Archer, and Cheyanne,
our November HOTM Winners!
Husky Cuddles!

Thanks to all for this month's entries!
Forum Rules
1. Here we prefer clarity to agreement. Obviously not everyone is going to agree on a topic; here we prefer to talk out our differences in a respectful manner to ensure mutual understanding and respect.
2. Read the Stickies and Announcements. Each sub-forum may have specific rules which trump the Forum Rules in cases where there may be conflicting information. Read the rules of each board before you post so that you are clear on the expectations of the staff.
3. Respect ALL Staff and Admins. These people volunteer of their time and MUST be respected as well as their word adhered to. They are responsible for maintaining a free, open, clear and organized forum. Anyone found to be openly undermining any official ruling by a staff member will be warned.
4. Signatures: One picture only and no links. Images: To keep the forum looking neat and tidy, we ask that members insert just one picture only in their signatures. The picture should be no more than 200x500 pixels and should be of an appropriate subject, for example, your dogs and their names. Should you need assistance creating an appropriate signature, please PM an Admin and we would be happy to help! This is to ensure that signatures remain a welcome addition to our forum instead of a cumbersome distraction. Links: Hyperlinks in signatures--unless to a personal blog or photo stream of your dogs (like Flckr or Piscasa, for example)--are strictly prohibited. Please PM a staff member with any questions or concerns regarding this rule.
Rescue Spotlight
Our current rescue spotlight is:

Delaware Valley Siberian Husky Rescue!

Top Dog Website Award Winner!

Top Website



 feeding advice

View previous topic View next topic Go down 

Join date : 2015-09-14

feeding advice Empty
PostSubject: feeding advice   feeding advice EmptyMon Sep 14, 2015 7:14 am

Hi, I have an almost 4 month old pup. Not our first dog but our first husky. Im aware huskies dont require the same amount of food as other dogs. When we got her she was fed pedigree tins whuch we gradually changed to pedigree kibble with the intent of changing her food to a higher quality dry food. With the pedigree i would offer her as much as she would eat (3 meals a day) which is alot lower than the suggested amount on the pack. We have begun to start the switch to the new food (akela 80:20) and i am struggling to figure out just how much she will require. i was under the inpression that with higher quality food the amount required as a standard would be less because there is no fillers etc. But on the pack it is suggesting a pup is fed more than a regular afult dog and also equates to more than what the pedigree reccommends. to me this seems like an awful lot just for a pup not to mention that she doesnt require as much as reccommended. My question is just how do i work out how much she needs. I dont want to over feed her yet i dont want to underfeed her either.
Back to top Go down

Female Join date : 2014-06-26
Location : west Texas

feeding advice Empty
PostSubject: Re: feeding advice   feeding advice EmptyMon Sep 14, 2015 2:22 pm

Generally speaking most packages will have you overfeed your husky. i would start at 2-3 cups daily, probably closer to the three under one year of age. If you get the famous pudding poop, cut the amount down by an 1/8th to a 1/4 cup. As an adult 1-2 cups daily for breed standard should be enough. More on active days, less on non active days. Many huskies will eat what they need, and some will over eat. Keeping your dog on the lean side is optimal, in that bone and joint issues as your dog ages will be kept at a minimal, if dog was well bred. I hope that helped. Smile
Back to top Go down

feeding advice

View previous topic View next topic Back to top 
Page 1 of 1

 Similar topics

» Oh how I love my husband (advice on broke flowers)
» New SFG seeking Compost advice
» Any advice for keeping out pests (animals)?
» Looking for advice [Crossbow needed for a movie]
» feeding chickens and popcorn

Permissions in this forum:You cannot reply to topics in this forum
It's a Husky Thing - Siberian Husky Forum :: Advice and Discussion Forums :: Nutrition and Feeding-