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Alexandra

Dog and Siberian husky lover. I love training, exercising and playing around with my two huskies. Always trying new foods, recipes and striving to give them the best possible dog life.

Tilting the head is not just a Siberian husky thing. It’s not a breed-related behavior and you can see many dogs tilting their head. No matter what breeds they are. And they look so adorable when they are tilting their heads slightly to the side. Head-tilting in dogs is usually a sign of intelligence and empathy. Still, there are some…

You probably see your Siberian husky eating grass in your yard or even at a walk. Eating grass is common dog behavior and many dogs nibble the grass or even start to eat it as if they were pretty little cows. Dogs have many instinctive behaviors and eating grass is one of them. Don’t underestimate them, they know what grass…

Your Siberian husky can eat pears. Pears are a healthy addition to your Siberian husky’s diet because they are a great source of fiber, vitamins, minerals, and antioxidants. A few slices of a fresh pear are tasty and juicy treats for your dog. But keep in mind that pears have high sugar content. Moderation is key. Even fruits or vegetables…

Yes, your Siberian husky can eat raspberries in small quantities. A few raspberries are a great addition to your Siberian husky’s diet. Raspberries are rich in fibers, antioxidants, vitamins, and are low in calories. I have to mention that raspberries are high in sugar and they also contain a small amount of xylitol. We’ll see how much sugar and xylitol…

Yes, your Siberian husky can eat strawberries. Strawberries are not poisonous or toxic to Siberian huskies. Raspberries and strawberries are some of the juiciest and sweet berries that your husky can eat. But for now, let’s talk more about feeding strawberries to your dog. Strawberries are healthy and low calorie treats perfect during the training sessions. You can use strawberries…

A puppy is born toothless and he needs to go through two teething periods until he will have his strong and adult teeth. The Siberian Husky puppy teething period is a hard period for the owner but even harder for the puppy. If you just brought a sweet little husky puppy home, you might notice that he starts biting and…

Your Siberian husky drinks water. But in order to find out if your Siberian husky is drinking enough water, we need to know much water he needs to drink daily. The amount of water that a dog needs to drink daily depends on the dog’s age, activities, diet, breed, size, and weather. In general, an adult Siberian husky should drink…

Siberian husky can eat tomatoes if the tomatoes are mature and ripe. Are tomatoes a necessary addition to your dog’s diet? No, your dog can live without tomatoes. Yet, we love to share foods with our Siberian huskies. But we must make sure these foods are safe for them. Do you make a salad with tomatoes? If you want to…

Yes, your Siberian husky can eat cucumber. Cucumbers have high water content and will keep your dog to stay more hydrated. During hot summer days, a few pieces of cucumber are good treats for your husky. Dogs love cucumber crunchy treats so a few crunchy slices are perfect from time to time. If you have a dog that doesn’t drink…

Dogs can eat peas in moderation. Many dog food brands have peas in their recipe. You might see some peas in your dog’s wet food as well. Peas are nutritious and they can find a place in your dog’s meal from time to time. Why are peas good for your dog? Peas are a source of fiber, protein, vitamin A,…