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Keep Your Husky from Becoming a Husk

Keep Your Husky from Becoming a Husk

Emma Knox

     Huskies aren’t homebodies. They’re the dogs you get when you want a partner to go out with, exercise with, work with, play with, and love on. You didn’t get a Husky so you could have a sympathetic dog to come home to post-14-hour-work-shift- You got a Husky because you wanted a companion. Or maybe because you wanted a fun dog that would pull you on your skateboard and answer to “mush!” Or you wanted a cuddler. But probably, most of all, your Husky is your buddy.

     When people think of Huskies, they think about videos and pictures they’ve seen. They picture dog-sledding ventures, Balto even, and dogs paving through the arctic. They remember funny Facebook videos of Huskies howling, whining, chattering, saying “I love you,” the works. They think of athletic, mischievous, one-brown-eye-one-blue dogs who refuse to go inside from the snow. And they’re right: Huskies are active, out-there, talkative dogs who love romping in cold weather… But that’s not all they are. They’re loyal, but really social (with people and other dogs), love company, and can’t get enough attention. So they’re everything people think about when they think about dogs in general. In one dog, you get it all: you get the zoomies, the howls and whiny almost-words, the goofiness, the friendliness, the loyalty, and the sweet lovey-ness (as my mom says). Plus, they’re clean and capable! Talk about a winner.

     But as with most things, a lot of positives usually have a slew of negatives following behind. The Husky is no different. When things don’t go their way, they become whiny and loud, complaining to not only you, but everyone within a mile radius… which can quickly become a problem for you. As well, Huskies naturally consider themselves the dominant ones in the house, so they’re likely to try to run the show… which again, can become a colossal issue (especially when company comes over). And what’s more, since they love you so immensely (and demand your attention), the breed is prone to separation anxiety. Issue number three. Then, there’re the blanket problems that can develop with any dog: noise/storm anxiety, joint discomfort, inflammation, brain/heart health, etc. So, as mentioned prior, you have a slew of problems that may be affecting your Husky’s (and your) daily life. But there’s a solution–

     CBD. It’s all-natural and nontoxic, so your peppy pal has no worries there, and is not only an anti-inflammatory/pain reliever, but also greatly reduces anxiety and eases your pet’s wildness. For Issues One through Three, etc: CBD can calm and relax your Husky’s stress and wild tendencies, preventing attitude-induced cacophony, dominance instincts, anxiety, and more. CBD, too, can relieve pain from any physical afflictions your dog may feel and can be taken long-term with no adverse effects. What could be better? There’s an answer–

     Nothing. There’s nothing better for your Husky than CBD. It’ll keep them active, chatty, lovey, and the world of personality traits they are… but will lessen anything negatively affecting their (and your) life. It’s for them, in their absolute best interest, and in yours too (ensured by us, NobleCanni). Get your Husky CBD so they can keep being your kickass companion.

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Emma Knox

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