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Question by PAMELA
Submitted on 7/14/2003
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i have a siberian husky puppy...i need to know how often  do these dogs go into heat. and if impregnated. how long does the gestation last.

Answer by Princess
Submitted on 10/30/2003
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Usually they are in heat every 6 months and they are pregnant for 65 days


Answer by Tanisha
Submitted on 12/28/2003
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The resting point between "heats" varys ALOT in different dogs. It varys as much as 4-10 months! I have a husky too. She went into heat and got pregnant then she went into heat again about 6 months after she stopped nursing her puppies. (she nursed them till 7 weeks) She went into "split heat" both times. (split heat is when A dog goes into heat but for some reason will not breed then goes into real heat 2-6 weeks later) Pregnancy lasts from 58-66 days but if you have a husky you should go with the average 63 days. people will tell you to worry about whelping complications but you don't have to with a husky. They are smart and strong even with their first litter. My dog had puppies for the first time while I was on a trip and took care of them all fine until I got back a week later! If you have any other questions either contact your vet or do an online search. Hope this helps!


Answer by jo
Submitted on 1/14/2004
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I agree with them


Answer by brittney
Submitted on 4/15/2004
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hi  i have a 6 month puppy thats in heat how long does it last?


Answer by Animal-Lover
Submitted on 5/15/2004
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It lasts about 9-14 days. It varies a bit with different breeds.


Answer by nikki
Submitted on 6/26/2004
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hi my dog is pregnat and she is supposed to have them in july 5-8! we were wondering what we are supposed to do when the puppies arive!


Answer by faithy
Submitted on 3/27/2005
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what are some highly-recommended books about training and breeding of huskies?


Answer by kisha
Submitted on 3/29/2005
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hi, I have a 9 month old. This is my first time having a husky. My question is what do u do about the hair that comes all over the house? I am hopping that someone out there can give me some information on this.


Answer by alaskan_passion
Submitted on 6/16/2005
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I am An Alaskan Siberian Breeder and the the babies are usualy born 52 days after conception. Conception is 7 to 10 day after bleeding starts the female will not let the male mount unless she is ready to concept. My Female had her last litter on christmas morn next to my head at 5:00 am Stay close she may get worn out and need help opening up the sacks but usally they do it all on their own. They eat all of the sack ,cord and mess and are verry neat about their labor. Siberians are all aroud very neat and clean dogs and dont need much help but it is a good idea to keep a close eye just in case. also keep people away for the first few days other wise she will get uncofortable and want to move them. They are babies and she will do anything to protect them no matter how loving she may be. The babies eyes will open after about 10 days. She may not go into heat after she stops nursing so dont be worried it could be up to 6 to 9 months later and that is not a bad thing but if you notice any strange yellow or green discharge take her to a vet A.S.A.P She could Have an infection and it is a common thing to happen after having babies but if not treated it could cause long term problems.
Good Luck  


Answer by Rick
Submitted on 10/18/2005
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Generally, Huskies go into heat every 6 months. Of course, a pregnancy will change the timing, but every 6 months would still be the norm. Gestation is 63 +/-1 days. I'm actually expecting my female to have a litter the weekend of Thanksgiving.


Answer by Foxy
Submitted on 2/17/2006
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Hi,my dog might be pregnant, but we're not sure. How do we tell? What are some signs?


Answer by Krystal
Submitted on 7/5/2006
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Hello! I am trying to Breed my Siberian husky and I would like to know important things I should always remember. I am new to this and this is my dogs first litter.  I would also like to know what should we do when she gives birth and what to do with the puppies. I also think my dog is a little skinny is that going to be a problem  of any sort?  Thanks for reading this!


Answer by des
Submitted on 7/28/2006
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your dog should come into heat every 6 to 8 months but all dogs are diffrent , just like women there menstral cycles can vary  . Gestation can also vary but should be no earlier then 55 days and no later then 69 days.


Answer by hahahaha
Submitted on 3/20/2007
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i don,t know


Answer by XxSunshinexX
Submitted on 7/10/2007
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millions upon millions upon millions of dogs are put down every day in shelters. HOW COULD YOU BE SO IGNORANT?!?...or is it just SELFISH??

and YES...purebreeds make up about  35-50% of shelter animals. how sad.

again, shame on you for helping kill these animals.


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