Essentials for Raising Husky Puppies from Birth to 4 Weeks
In the first 3 weeks of a baby husky's birth, family and ethnic groups are not important to him, the only important thing is his mother, the dog mother provides enough food, warmth and security for the baby to survive.
By the 4th week, Baby Ha was still mostly dependent on his mother, but his siblings became more and more important.
During this period he opened his eyes to see things and his ears to hear sounds, his curiosity began to sprout and he began to explore his surroundings.
Key points for raising husky puppies at 5 to 7 weeks
Between 5 and 7 weeks old, the little husky will go through great changes as he begins to learn to recognize people and respond to certain sounds.
The mother's discipline during this period allows the puppy to accept discipline, correction, training and preferences.
If the puppy is taken away from his mother and siblings after this time, it may cause deviations in future behavior. Maybe the puppy will have difficulty getting along with other dogs, or have difficulty accepting training, more likely because of fear
Key points for raising a husky puppy in week 8
The eighth week is a fearful period for most puppies, and puppies will go through several fearful periods as they grow up and this is the first one.
Although this is the time when most owners bring their puppy back to its new home, it would be of great benefit for a puppy to spend an extra week with his mother and siblings.
Tips for Raising Husky Puppies 9-12 Weeks
It is advisable to bring the baby back to his new home during this time, when the baby is ready to have a permanent relationship with people, and the owner should spend more time with the puppy and encourage him to explore his new home.
This is when you can start calling his name, in a high-pitched voice, especially when he walks up to you.
At this time, socialization is very important, familiarizing him with various voices, people and other dogs, so that the puppy can become a confident socialized dog in a way of constant repetition and encouragement.
At this time, the group concept of the husky baby begins to develop, and the owner can use this group concept to teach the puppy's status in the family.
Each day, have everyone in the household turn the puppy upside down and touch his belly.
When the little husky is 11 or 12 weeks old, discipline becomes more important, and of course care and attention for him is also very important. At this time, he should avoid doing the following actions, stealing food, jumping, jumping
Tips for Raising Husky Puppies 13-16 Weeks
During this period, the husky baby will begin to establish his status in the family, so treat the baby husky with consistent principles. When he finds that someone in his family is soft, he will make good use of this to achieve a higher status.
Ha Baobao, who has a strong personality, will ride on a child or a toy at this time, and he must not be allowed to do so.
Tips for Raising Husky Puppies 16-26 Weeks
Many puppies go through another period of fear during this time, very similar to what they experienced in week 8.
Many young huskies will find their defensive instincts at this point, and if your husky is acting defensively, like growling, barking, or cocking the nape, take him away or distract him with something else.
Key points for raising huskies from the 8th to 14th month of the rebellious period
The rebellious period of puppies is similar to that of people. On the one hand, they want to be independent, and on the other hand, they need the warmth of the family to make them feel safe. This contradictory mentality confuses them.
The owner must confirm the leadership position. For example, when the owner enters the door with the dog, the owner must go through the door first. In a pack of wolves, the leader is always in the front. The owner must eat first.
The important point is that the owner must understand that these behaviors of the husky during the rebellious period are very natural and part of growth, and these behaviors are not aimed at anyone, but are only natural reactions and will fade away with time.
Key points for raising huskies at maturity
It usually takes until the age of 3 years for a husky to be considered fully mature, both physically and mentally.
From rebellious to maturity, huskies go through several different stages of behavior, and perhaps another fearful stage, around 1 1/2 years old.
Key points for raising a husky around age 2
There will be another phase of challenging master status, as with rebellion, with strengthening and continuing training.
Maintenance for huskies when they are 3 years old
He is considered fully mature, but maturity doesn't mean he doesn't like to play, he won't be mischievous, he'll be mature when it's time to mature or when he wants to, but life is still fun for him.