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Husky of the Month
Congrats Nikita, Archer, and Cheyanne, our November HOTM Winners! Husky Cuddles!
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Oh no! Poor baby! Luka got attacked by another husky a few months ago while we were out on a walk and she got punctured thru her top lip. She was scared of other dogs for a while after. She has mostly gotten over it, but is definitely more cautious. Once it heals up a bit, I would put some vit. E on it a few times a day. That really helps it not scar. You can hardly tell where Lu was bit. Hopefully she's on antibiotics and some pain meds! Give her a hug for me!
Join date : 2010-09-15 Location : Eau Claire, Wisconsin
aww poor Luka Zoey was attacked by a husky too! we've been cleaning it twice a day, but we're taking her to the vet today to make sure it doesn't need stiches cause 2 days later it's still bleeding a few times a day