A Complete Guide to Dog Vaccinations and Shots
We often come across people asking when do they need to start taking their pups to the vet, or why are there worms in their pups’ poop or vomit. Here’s a complete guide to dog vaccinations and shots to help owners know what they are and when they should be given.
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Raising a Siberian Husky in the Philippines
If you plan on raising a Siberian Husky in the Philippines, we’d be more than happy to help give you “The Breakdown” on what you may expect in terms of cost for this breed 🙂 For the past years, Game of Thrones, La Luna Sangre and other shows we love, have brought about an increase in the interest of owning these great dogs. Unfortunately, not all people understand what it takes to actually raise a Siberian Husky. I see people in groups trying to get one for cheap or even asking for others to pity them and give them one for free. Bless these souls who’d probably be giving these puppies good and loving homes. But I for one believe, and this does not apply to all, that if you cannot purchase a husky at minimum price, how is it that you’d be even able to maintain one?
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Dog foods we’ve tried.
We’ve tried several dog foods with Cody before we settled in with what we currently feed both himself and Luna. I guess much of these dog foods already have their own reviews and what-nots over the net. So I guess I’d like to go a different route this time.
Here’s what they probably won’t tell you.
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Pet crates we’ve tried.
We’ve had several questions about our current dog crate and other dog crates that might come in handy with huskies. Here’s a few of the dog crates we’ve used under a year ^_^
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Bringing home a Siberian Husky
Before you decide to take a puppy home, bear in mind the responsibility that comes in adopting a dog. You are responsible for that dog until he/she passes on. They are not there until you get bored, find a girlfriend or boyfriend, get old, move, or get a new puppy. If you cannot care for a dog up until the point that he/she passes on, then do not get a dog.
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