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Digina24
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PostSubject: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyMon Jan 20, 2020 8:09 pm

Hi Everyone,

I currently have a 19 month husky female and am currently considering bringing home an 8 week old yorkie. I am concerned though if my husky will hurt her unintentionally. I already seen my husky once with my neighbor's rabbit dead in her mouth but never saw what happened. What are your opinions on me bringing home the yorkie?
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyMon Jan 20, 2020 10:11 pm

If a picture says 1000 words here is mine. But i did have the terrier before the wolfdogBringing a small breed to our family 20200111

Really it all depends on both dogs personalities. With the age size thing they will have to be supervised when together. Mine are pair bonded and still i have to slow it down sometimes, i dont think spider would intentionally hurt splinter but with a 50 lb difference splinter could get stepped on or tripped over and get hurt. And mine kill and eat rabbits and it never translated to small dogs. Lots of people woth huskies have small dogs. And a yorkie is a firecracker chances are it will be the alpha
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Digina24
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyMon Jan 20, 2020 10:21 pm

Lol. I love the last part of your reply! I have also seen many husky with yorkie videos on youtube and all show the same fact as your reply. Thank you 😊👌🏼
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyTue Jan 21, 2020 5:33 am

We have a cat (felix) and he rules every one! He bosses Skye around(my husky) and if she doesn’t move or give him her food he will start taking swipes at her, she’s never been bothered by him. And Skye has killed many of rabbits mice rats😊
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyTue Jan 21, 2020 9:55 am

Mine have killed cats. Not the 2 in that pic mainly squirt, but squirt has also killed livestock and probably a few hundred rabbits. Spiders focus is on 1 particular magpie that harasses her.
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyTue Jan 21, 2020 10:01 am

Liv_Shye,
Did you bring your husky or cat home first?
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyTue Jan 21, 2020 10:49 am

Skye was around 19 months when we got him. Yes Skye has chased Deer rabbits, but she’s absolutely fine with our horse which i find confusing😂 ?? I’ve got on my old phone Skye and our horse laying together😂
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyTue Jan 21, 2020 11:09 am

Ok. Thank you for your reply. I feel relief now.
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Liv_Skye
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PostSubject: Re: Bringing a small breed to our family   Bringing a small breed to our family EmptyTue Jan 21, 2020 12:01 pm

Just introduce them slowly, maybe let her see your Yorkie on neutral territory. And walk home together and keep toys and food away any thing your husky might be jealous over, just for a week or two x
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