Ya many northern dogs love to dig!!! My malamute has his area in the back for digging and spends the summer digging little holes to sleep in since the earth is cooler when freshly dug.Ash Housewares said:pretty normal, and huskies are destroyers, just wait 'til he starts digging, hope you don't have a nice garden
Buy a puppy training book and read it. The one by the Monks of New Skeet is very good. Your puppy can't see very well yet and everything is new to him. He experiences everything through his mouth, so after he finds it, it is natural to mouth it. On top of that, he has a natural urge to chew, which will only get worse when he gets a little older and begins to lose his baby teeth. A stern "no" to get his attention and show your displeasure is part of the solution, then give him something more appropriate to chew on (kongs, as mentioned before, are great.) Also, pick up everything you don't want chewed and put it out of his reach. He's still going to chew things he isn't supposed to for a while, but with a little work you can begin to teach him rules. And for God's sake let him out of the cage whenever you can. Crating him to keep him out of trouble is fine, but he should be spending as much time with you and in the world as is possible.masterazn said:Oh well, I don't know much about dogs. This one is pretty young and all, I'm told not to let it out of its cage too often either. It sleeps most of the time anyway.
masterazn said:So I recently got a puppy (a husky), it's about 50 days old only. Now, I was just wondering if it's normal that he keeps biting stuff. He bites furniture, carpets, his mattress thing, my hand and it's not those playful bites, he's biting as hard as he can. Is this normal?