What to do WHEN your Siberian Husky gets loose...



No matter how well you train your dog or organize your restraint system, chances are some day YOUR Siberian Husky will be loose in an open area.... Are you prepared for this contingency? Please read the suggestions below to store up some ideas for the day YOUR Siberian Husky "accidentally" finds freedom.

The suggestions on this page are provided from the experienced Siberian Husky owners of the Sibernet-l discussion list and other Siberian owners. Please join the list if you'd like to learn more about this captivating breed!

Please note that many of these suggestions begin with the word RUN!

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Colorized running husky done by me to look like our original Siberian Loki.
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