can a siberian husky survive here in the Philippines?
can i siberian husky survive here in the Philippines, particularly here in Pampanga? coz before i saw a siberian husky in Manila and when i search through the internet there are people selling pure bred siberian husky puppies that live in Manila…
yes they can but are more likely to get hot faster but you have to be careful of heat with any breed
Can a Siberian Husky live in the Philippines?or only in clod places?
It doesn’t snow here in yhe Philippines
It doesn’t snow here in the Philippines
I live in Kansas City and it is very hot here in the summers, and mine do OK. They do not like it as much, and they love the winter and the snow, but as long as they have access to air conditioning and plenty of water they should be fine. You just have to keep an eye out and if it is too hot out keep them indoors.
where can i buy siberian husky in the philippines?
siberian husky in the philippines?
Hi. Do any of you know where I can buy a siberian husky here in the Philippines? I came across some sellers here on the internet, but I’m not so sure if they are good breeders. I want to know some trusted sellers or breeders who really take care of the pets and make sure they’re healthy. thanks.
I heard there’s a pet store in greenhills, is that true?
I could have his room always airconditioned. And will only exercise him 7-8am everyday.
Is it hard to take care of a siberian husky if you’re here in the Philippines?
I’ve seen three siberian huskies here at our city and just got curious at how they care for them especially when the climate here could get uber hot.
Dogs are like people – if they’re born and raised in a hot climate, they do perfectly fine in the hot climate [given you provide them with ample water, shade, and possibly a kiddy pool to wade in].
If they’re born in a cold environment, they’ll do perfectly fine in the cold environment [given you provide them with heat].
They adapt to their surroundings.
Queen of Sheba – shaving the dog does nothing but force them to get a sunburn, skin cancer, and overheat quicker. The fur is protecting them from the heat. All of it is. By shaving it off you’re taking away their natural defense and putting them in a completely vulnerable position.
Basically, you’d be killing them point blank if you shaved them in that hot of a climate.
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