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Hello everyone :)

I am a proud owner of a strange looking pudle. He is black and 2 years old. Really friendly.

Now I want to buy a husky. Thing is I am trying but cant find a ncie looking male that is around 2-4 months old.

Anyway I found a pure white 10 months old husky, he is friendly and seems ready for fun all the time. His got those blue eyes and is quite tall.

Thing is I am afraid that he might not like my pudle and I am not sure if he will get connected to me that much since he is already grown up.

What are your opinions and suggestions?
 

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in Cyprus, I know its not good for Huskies but we gont plenty of them here and they seems doin well :/
 

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While I can't say much on if the two dogs will get along, the Husky can definitely bond with you, even at 10 months or older *smiles*, so don't worry about that end of things!
 

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Hi...try and take your poodle to meet the Husky before you adopt him....Huskies usually love other dogs...but there are some exceptions....Is your poodle very small, because if the poodle is, introduce them slowly....Huskies love to hunt small animals.

And you can definitely bond with a 10 month old.....I adopted my Husky when he was 7 months old...and he never leaves my side....except to chase squirrels or if anyone wants to take him for a walk.

Huskies are really great dogs....just make sure you have a enclosed yard with a fence 5 ft or over and never let him out off leash....or you probably will never see him again!....

Good Luck & post some pics!:)
 

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Like others have suggested I would have the poodle and husky meet prior to officially adopting. Although I've never known any husky that doesn't just love everyone, people and dogs alike.

Be sure to research the breed if you haven't already. Huskies are very independent so do not be surprised if they are not at your side constantly. It is very common for huskies to be very attached when they are young (as in pre-adolescent and pre-adult) or in an unfamiliar area for the first time but they will find their independence sooner or later. Just keep that in mind and don't take it personally when they're not at your side constantly or treat everyone else like their best friend even though you're the one that does everything for them. It's just the nature of the breed.

But don't worry, you can bond with a husky of just about any age. We adopted our boy when he was 2 years old and going through his crazy adolescent stage.
 
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