|Barked: Mon Dec 5, '11 1:26am PST |
|Hey husky owners i know this question has been asked to death but it really does appear to be a bit of a grey area with so many differing views. I have a female siberian coming up to about 9 months of age. I often look at her when she becomes a bit restless and worry about whether im giving her the right amount of exercise.
She is going through a bit of a scared of everything period which i am trying to resolve and it is a gradual process. But as a result of her difficult behaviour its kind of dictated our walks and i have had to reduce her from her large walk to just a few smaller walks.
Some would say that this is enough as she is still a pup and her joints are developing and other owners that appear to be totally hardcore walking their adult huskies 10 miles plus would criticise saying im not fit to be an owner which sounds a little harsh I spend most of my time at home so its not like im neglecting her at all i play with her plenty im pretty much always around her and i am prepared to increase the time if necessary Im a first time husky owner and i ultimately want to do the best by her its just confusing and a bit daunting when your new but for me thats part and parcel i love her to pieces and couldnt ever give up on her like some husky owners sadly do
Its not about the motivation the motivation is there i just want to know whats enough to absorb most of that restless energy. Without pushing her too hard while she is still young. I just hope i can get her out of the scared stage by the time she has matured so i can start taking her further again.
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