Rescued a Husky

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Rescued a Husky

Postby John(videodoc) » Sun Jun 21, 2009 8:02 pm


I was driving home with the wife and zoomed by this dog on a bridge just west of Terre Haute on the interstate about a month and a half ago. Just finally got around to taking a picture, and willing to put up with the computer not interacting with the board. Looks to be a dump job. He is about a year old. Very mindful. Trained to the house real quick. We let him off the chain most every day and he comes home after and hour or two. He doesnt get along with my other male so he cant stay with us though. One of my daughters hopes to take him in January.
More pictures here. ... -%20Husky/


We call him BOB

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Re: Rescued a Husky

Postby Brent » Sun Jun 28, 2009 9:11 am


Might want to ask a vet about this but I think huskies are one of the breeds that can twist their gut. It mostly happens after they eat. Solution is to feed them small amounts two or three times a day. I had a chow/huskie mix that it happened to. Not a pretty site when it happens. In his case we had to put him down. :( :( I learned the hard way.
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Re: Rescued a Husky

Postby daddydip » Sun Jul 05, 2009 7:15 pm

watch him real close john, you never know what you may have picked up,or what may be lurking under the surface. :| :| :|
i hope all is and stays well. 8) :) :D
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