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03-14-2014 05:32 PM
Athena'sMom I own both a husky and 2 shepherds as well! Huskies struggle with recall so just a word of caution on off leash play.. Their instinct to run can outweigh their desire to obey. I would suggest a 50 ft.lead for play like this one
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He is truly a beautiful dog! Welcome to the forum!!
03-14-2014 02:06 PM
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I already do! LOL This boy is BUSY BUSY BUSY....I do have some questions that I will PM you about in a bit...thank you I appreciate having someone that I can ask...he is such a pleasure but man he definately can be stubborn too! HA
You can see the most recent pics of my dogs in this thread:

http://www.germanshepherds.com/forum...s-gsd-pup.html

And you can search for all of my older threads to see a timeline of photos of my huskies and GSD, to include 4 years of pics while living in Oregon.
03-14-2014 01:59 PM
April Dawn Thank you everyone for the warm welcome...I sure appreciate a place to come to for help with any questions or concerns with Malakai as I have never owned this breed before. I enjoy seeing and meeting all of you and your precious babies!
03-14-2014 01:55 PM
April Dawn
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I've got 1 GSD and 2 huskies, and am in the process of adopting a 2nd GSD on March 28th.

A cross of both breeds...ha! You're gonna have your hands full. Feel free to PM me any questions you might have. I will do my best to help. I just moved from Portland, OR to ID. Love and miss the OR coast. Welcome to the forum!
I already do! LOL This boy is BUSY BUSY BUSY....I do have some questions that I will PM you about in a bit...thank you I appreciate having someone that I can ask...he is such a pleasure but man he definately can be stubborn too! HA
03-14-2014 01:52 PM
April Dawn Oh brother.....I don't know how much more vocal he can get LOL he is loud and obnoxious, I say, LOL but cute n funny....
03-14-2014 01:50 PM
April Dawn Awwwww very sweet
03-14-2014 01:48 PM
AshleyW He is very handsome
03-14-2014 01:46 PM
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vocal like the husky? gsds are pretty bad too, so you are going to have one noisy pup :P

He's cute and enjoy him!!!!
Yeah, and my 2 huskies are actually very quiet, minus the occasional low, deep howling when they greet me after work. I can keep my huskies outside all day and they don't make any noise, even when dogs are being walked by, etc. It's my GSD that barks and stays indoors unless supervised. She wants to guard us from everything: the wind, grass, trees, squirrels, birds, other dogs, ghosts, etc. Haha. None of which are real threats. We joke that she can't last outside for more than 5 minutes without barking at something/anything. We've done all sorts of training, hired professional behaviorists, etc. She's gotten a lot better in our new house with the 6 ft privacy fence. In OR we had a chainlink fence and dogs on both sides of us that would be left out to run the fence with our dogs.
03-14-2014 01:40 PM
mego vocal like the husky? gsds are pretty bad too, so you are going to have one noisy pup :P

He's cute and enjoy him!!!!
03-14-2014 01:34 PM
counter I've got 1 GSD and 2 huskies, and am in the process of adopting a 2nd GSD on March 28th.

A cross of both breeds...ha! You're gonna have your hands full. Feel free to PM me any questions you might have. I will do my best to help. I just moved from Portland, OR to ID. Love and miss the OR coast. Welcome to the forum!
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