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Date Posted: 22:24:32 03/05/07 Mon
Author: Kathy Kupitz
Subject: Re: Siberian Husky Puppy issue
In reply to: Jacob Heberling 's message, "Siberian Husky Puppy issue" on 18:42:13 03/03/07 Sat

>Hi, I have a siberian, hes 4 months old and totally
>nuts .I answer to your problem. 1. What are you feeding? Certain puppy foods may contain sugars-ones from the grocery store. 2. Find a good obedience school that uses positive reinforcement-no rough stuf- or if too young puppy kindergarden. This will give you the knowledge you need and the puppy a positive outlet for his energy. 3. Buy good play toys-kongs-wooly toy-hard rubber ball etc-when puppy bites say NO firmly then take a toy and start to play praising him extravently if he bites the toy and not you. Do not play too much tug of war as this teaches agression. 4. Exercise-exercise and play will curb his biting. Remember a good traing school thats where I learned. If Fargo ND has good dog trainers your state should too. I drove 100 miles once a week for mine. Sincerely Kathy Kupitz Stirum, ND 26 years with Siberians and surviving

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