Autumn is here, and so is the pumpkin. During the pumpkin season, you can enjoy many delicious foods made with pumpkin. Fall is all about pumpkin… from foods, desserts, and even drinks. And you, like many other dog lovers, enjoy sharing your experiences with your dog. And that goes for food too. So, do you wonder if your husky can…

Your husky shouldn’t eat plums because the plum’s pit contains amygdalin which breaks down into cyanide when ingested or chewed. Cyanide is poisonous and even lethal for dogs. I wrote more about cyanide in the article about how dogs can eat apples. Besides the fact that the plum’s pit contains cyanide, there is also the risk of your dog swallowing…

Do you ever wonder about your husky behavior? As dog parents, we want to understand why our dogs act the way they do, so you might ask yourself why does my husky stretches so much. We can see our huskies stretching on many occasions, on the living floor, when they get out of their bed, and even on the grass…

Your husky can eat some sesame seeds, but they are not a necessary addition to your dog’s diet. Why did I choose to write about sesame seeds for dogs? The first reason is that you can find so many treats for dogs in stores nowadays, and some have seeds such as sesame seeds or flaxseed. Another reason is that many…

No, huskies can’t eat grapes, and they should never eat grapes. Grapes or raisins are bad for your dog. While other fruits and vegetables are good for your husky, grapes can cause kidney failure (acute kidney injury- AKI) in canines. Grapes are so toxic because they contain a toxic substance. Unfortunately, researchers investigated and are still investigating why grapes are…

Your husky’s teeth are a part of his or her overall health. Like human teeth, a husky’s teeth develop cavities, tartar, and gums problems resulting in tooth loss. Not brushing your Siberian husky’s teeth will result in bad breath that can break human and dog interaction. It is terrible when a dog opens the mouth and you smell bad breath…

Your husky shouldn’t eat mustard. Mustard has mustard seeds and mustard seeds are toxic for dogs. The components called glucosinolates found in mustard seeds can harm your dog. Other plants that contain glucosinolates are horseradish, rapeseed, and cabbage. Your husky, and any dog in this world, will most likely not enjoy the taste of the mustard. A dog can be…

Your husky yawn is similar to ours and is usually accompanied by the same characteristic sound. Most of the time we associate yawning with tiredness, but in reality, there are plenty of reasons why your husky would yawn. Yawning is usually an involuntary reflex, but it can be a voluntary reflex too. Huskies yawn the same way we do. We…

Can my husky eat spinach, and is it good for him? I like spinach, but can I feed spinach to my dog? Before you feed this leafy green to your dog, you should find out how to feed it to your dog, what are the pros and cons and after that, you can decide if spinach can be a part…

Your Siberian husky shouldn’t eat bacon because bacon has a high content of fat and salt. Bacon also usually contains sodium nitrate. What is sodium nitrate? Sodium nitrate preserves and colors the bacon. Due to the sodium nitrate, you can see that some bacon types have a bright pink color that makes them more appealing. Dogs shouldn’t eat foods that…