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I recently adopted a lab/husky mix from an awful home, she is doing well in most areas, but she will not stay outside by


Asked by Member 1151547 on Jan 23rd 2013 Tagged separationanxiety in Adoption & Rescue
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Kali

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GRACIE

Hi there,
I can't see your entire question, it got cut off. However we have Huskies, they do not do well alone, they are pack dogs and need a friend. Its best to keep her inside if you can, and in the summers if it is over 70 degrees they need to be in. Ours have an air conditioner in their dog house but don't go out till night. Huskies are runners too, make sure when she gets comfortable that your yard is escape proof.
The fun and joy they bring is worth it though~


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Mika

Yes, Huskies are very much pack orientated, and like to be close by to their family. And coming from a bad home, she is probably very scared and confused right now, the best thing you can do for her is give her the love and attention she deserves....if you have to leave her by herself for any amount of time, leave her with a couple favorite toys and or chews that will keep her busy


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