When your Siberian husky licks you, it may be a sign of affection. People think puppy licks are puppy kisses. But there are many reasons why your Siberian husky likes to lick you. And we’ll find what does it actually mean when a dog licks you. Most dog owners are showered with love and puppy kisses when they come home.…

When a Siberian husky jumps on you he wants to say hi. Your dog is happy to see you and he wants to greet you. He gets excited when you come back home from grocery shopping or from work. In case you are wondering ‘why does my Siberian husky jumps on me’, you’ll find answers in this article. When a…

Yes, your Siberian husky can eat watermelon. Watermelon is a hydrating treat for your Siberian husky during the hot summer days. Your dog will love this juicy and sweet fruit. Watermelon contains fructose like all other fruits but it is about 92% water. So, you don’t need to worry about the sugar content found in watermelon. It is more than…

Siberian huskies are active dogs, and they enjoy chasing balls and exercising a lot. They really like to chase, fetch, and even chew balls. If you own a husky, you already know that you need to keep things interesting for him and try to exercise and play with him a lot. Your husky puppy wants to play with you because…

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…