Welcome to MyHusky.com
We’ve just launched and have high hopes for the site. I encourage everyone to look around, check out the photos and generally just have a good time. We’ve endeavored to touch on all of they subjects when raising huskies, but if there’s anything that we’ve missed just let us know. If we don’t know we can try to find out.
MyHusky came out of the frustration of not being able to find good information about having a husky as a family pet, especially in South Australia but also globally. Many websites and books provided information about raising huskies as show dogs, but not every husky is destined for show.
I’d love for MyHusky to become a real community for husky people. So if anyone feels they have something to add, then let me know. Leave comments, start conversations, go nuts.
MyHusky is the site, but I have to introduce my actual husky, Logan. We got Logan in August, 2009. We had him flown over from Victoria and picked him up from the airport. He’s a little over one year old. He’s doing well in school and beginning to settle down with his behavior.
We think it’s about time to get another husky, mostly for Logan’s companionship. Huskies are very social animals and with us both working full time it isn’t fair for Logan. He does go to daycare two days a week, which usually tires him out for the rest of the week, but while he is at home we’d like him to be happy.
We did a lot of research before deciding to get a husky. This is one thing a lot of people don’t do, which is why they are so overwhelmed once their husky comes home and starts it’s reign of chaos. I find it so sad looking through the paper and seeing young huskies being sold for next to nothing, because it is usually because people haven’t realized how much work a husky is.
That’s a little about us, Logan and the site. So as I said before, have a look around, ask questions, and have fun with your huskies.