puppy safety / feeding

Plants can be hazardous to your dog’s health

 Did you know that eating certain plants could make your dog sick or worse?
Be aware of plants that are within reach of your dog.

 

May cause vomiting, abdominal pain and/or diarrhea:

 Castor bean, Soap berry, Ground Cherry
Skunk Cabbage, Daffodil, Delphinium
Foxglove, Larkspur, Indian Tobacco
Indian Turnip, Poke weed, Bittersweet woody, Wisteria, Almond, Apricot
Wild Cherry, Balsam Pear, Japanese Plum, Bird of Paradise bush, Horse Chestnut (Buckeye) English Holly,
Black Locust Mock Orange, Privet
Rain Tree (Monkey Pod) American Yew
English Yew, Western Yew

 

May cause varied reactions:

 Azalea, Philodendron, Hydrangea
Kalanchoe, Lilies, Mescal bean
Mushrooms (if also toxic to humans)
Sunburned potatoes, Rhubarb
Spinach,Tomato vine, Buttercup
Dologeton, Poison Hemlock
Water Hemlock, Jasmine
Loco weed, Lupine, Matrimony Vine
May Apple, Moonseed, Nightshade
Angel’s Trumpet, May act as hallucinogens:
Marijuana, Morning Glory, Nutmeg
Perriwinkle, Peyote

 

May cause convulsions:

  

China berry, Coriaria, Moonweed
Nux vomica, Water Hemlock

   

Is this the correct dog breed for you?

 Siberians are relatively easy keepers, but their thick coats require weekly brushing. New owners should be prepared to provide an outlet for exercise daily, whether through walks or an enclosed space in which to run. Predatory instincts are strong, so Siberians should be supervised around small animals in and around the home.    u�\�"{t

Feeding:

 Huskies do not require a lot of food, they were bred to be able to go long distances on little amounts of food. They do have a high metabolism. My Siberian huskies eat different amounts. The amount they eat also depends on whether and how active they have been. They do consume a lot of water. We do leave food and water down for them all the time.