Plants can be hazardous to your dog’s health


Did you know that eating certain plants could make your dog sick or worse?
Be aware of plants that are within reach of your dog. Listed below are some
plants that can be harmful to your dog.

May cause vomiting and diarrhea:
Castor bean
Soap berry
Ground Cherry
Skunk Cabbage
Daffodil
Delphinium
Foxglove
Larkspur
Indian Tobacco
Indian Turnip
Poke weed
Bittersweet woody
Wisteria
May cause vomiting, abdominal pain
and/or diarrhea:

Almond
Apricot
Wild Cherry
Balsam Pear
Japanese Plum
Bird of Paradise bush
Horse Chestnut (Buckeye)
English Holly
Black Locust
Mock Orange
Privet
Rain Tree (Monkey Pod)
American Yew
English Yew
Western Yew
May cause varied reactions:
Azalea
Philodendron
Hydrangea
Kalanchoe
Lilies
Mescal bean
Mushrooms (if also toxic to
humans)
Sunburned potatoes
Rhubarb
Spinach
Tomato vine
Buttercup
Dologeton
Poison Hemlock
Water Hemlock
Jasmine
Loco weed
Lupine
Matrimony Vine
May Apple
Moonseed
Nightshade
Angel’s Trumpet
May act as hallucinogens:
Marijuana
Morning Glory
Nutmeg
Perriwinkle
Peyote
May cause convulsions:
China berry
Coriaria
Moonweed
Nux vomica
Water Hemlock



Symptoms of possible poisoning are: vomiting, diarrhea, difficult breathing, abnormal urine (color,
aroma or odor, frequency, etc.), salivation, weakness. If your dog should ingest harmful chemicals,
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Siberian Huskies Standard Size:

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Siberians are relatively easy keepers, but their thick coats require weekly brushing. New owners should be prepared to provide an outlet for exercise daily, whether through walks or an enclosed space in which to run. Predatory instincts are strong, so Siberians should be supervised around small animals in and around the home.

Siberian Husky Temperament: difference


The characteristic temperament of the Siberian Husky is friendly and gentle, but also alert and outgoing. He does not display the possessive qualities of the guard dog, nor is he overly suspicious of strangers or aggressive with other dogs. Some measure of reserve and dignity may be expected in the mature dog. His intelligence, tractability, and eager disposition make him an agreeable companion and willing worker.

Feeding:

Huskies do not require a lot of food, they were bred to be able to go long distances on little amounts of food. They do have a high metabolism. My Siberian huskies eat different amounts. The amount they eat also depends on whether and how active they have been. They do consume a lot of water.

when you are ready to buy a husky puppy we would enjoy helping you find the right one. We hope you enjoy your new puppy as mu as we enjoy ours. 
          

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Height--Dogs, 21 to 23½ inches at the withers.
 Dogs, 45 to 60 pounds.
Bitches, 20 to 22 inches at the withers. 
Weight-- Bitches, 35 to 50 pounds

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Meet the Siberian Husky Breed:

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Bred in Northeast Asia as a sled dog, the Siberian Husky is known for its amazing endurance and willingness to work. Its agreeable and outgoing temperament makes it a great all-around dog, suitable for anything from sledding to therapy work. Because it originated in cold climates, Siberians have a thicker coat then most other breeds of dog, made up of a dense cashmere-like undercoat and a longer, coarse top coat. All colors from black to pure white are allowed, and a variety of markings on the head is common.

The Siberian Husky is widely believed to have originated from within the Chukchi Tribe, off the eastern Siberian peninsula. These dogs were used in 1908 for the All-Alaskan Sweepstakes, which consisted of a 408 mile long dog sled race, and served in the Army's Arctic Search and Rescue Unit during World War II.

Information

Foods that are harmful to your dog:
May cause vomiting, abdominal pain
and/or diarrhea:

Wild cherry
Almond
Apricot
Balsam Pear
Japanese Plum
May cause varied reactions:
Yeast dough
Coffee grounds
Macadamia nuts
Tomato and potato leaves and stems
Avocados
Onions and onion powder
Grapes
Raisins
Chocolate
Pear and peach kernels
Mushrooms (if also toxic to humans)
Rhubarb
Spinach
Alcohol

Common household items that are
harmful to your dog:

Acetaminophen
Antifreeze and other car fluids
Bleach and cleaning fluids
Boric acid
Deodorants
Deodorizers
Detergents
De-icing salts
Disinfectants
Drain cleaners
Furniture polish
Gasoline
Hair colorings
Weed killers
Insecticides
Kerosene
Matches
Mothballs
Nail polish and remover
Paint
Prescription and
non-prescription medicine
Rat poison
Rubbing alcohol
Shoe polish
Sleeping pills
Snail or slug bait
Turpentine
Windshield-wiper fluid

Certain foods and household
products can be dangerous to dogs!


It’s only natural for dogs to be curious. But their curiosity can get them into trouble when they get
into areas where you store household items such as medicine and detergents. Many common
household items that you use everyday can be harmful, and sometimes even lethal, to your dog.

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