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Let the Fur Fly - Omaha Siberian Huskies Message Board › Husky doesn't play well with new dogs in our home.

Husky doesn't play well with new dogs in our home.

user 39792972
Elmendorf AFB, AK
Post #: 1
We are looking to get information from you owners that have multiple huskies, on how to integrate a new member to our family without causing too much stress on us or our beloved husky. We recently purchased an 8 week old German Shepard puppy, and the minute we got home our husky attacked him, and we at first thought that they just needed to get to know each other so a few days passed and our husky attacked him again we we let them smell each other. He suffered a cut on his chin so we decided that for the betterment of the puppy and our husky that we take the dog back. We are just wondering if there might be a trick or are there certain breeds that they just get along with best and we would prefer a puppy if at all possible. We look forward to all of the help, thank you so much taking the time to read this.

Mike and Christa
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