Welcome to today's vibe!
We are taking part in the Sepia Saturday blog hop today, hosted by Ruckus the Eskie.
So sit back, relax, and enjoy our husky fact of the week, with some PAWsome sepia shots!
Did you know that huskies are considered to be an "odorless" dog ?
Let's face it, there are some of our beloved dogs out there who just have that "dog smell."
You know the smell I mean.
When you walk into somewhere and say "ah, it smells like dog in here"
Not that it is anyone's fault, but some breeds have a stronger odor then others. A lot of the time, it doesn't have anything to do with a dog having bad hygiene, it could just be that certain breed happens to have "that dog smell." Although it can be at least somewhat controlled by making sure your dog is bathed and groomed on a regular basis.
Huskies are well known to keep themselves very clean,
You will often find them cleaning themselves like a cat.
They are very meticulous about keeping that stunning double coat of theirs clean and shiny.
Compared to other breeds, huskies do not need to be bathed very often at all!
Unless of course your husky rolls in something I'd rather not mention .
Or gets a ton of mud on him!
The majority of a huskies hygiene care that is a MUST for us humans to do, consists of ,
grooming , ear cleaning , nail clipping , and bathing them, when needed.
Huskies tend to have sensitive skin as well , so it is not a good idea to bath any more then absolutely necessary .
And that is our husky fun fact of the week .
We hope you enjoyed !
Now, moving on to our weekly sepia shots!
These are just some random photos that I was playing with in my editor app. Enjoy :)
How bout you? Are you one of those dogs with "that dog smell?"
If so , how often are you bathed in order to keep it under control?
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*Please keep in mind , there are breeds who do have a strong odor , and it is of no fault to their owners , unless of course the dog is not properly cared for*