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    Siberian Husky too Moody after Giving Birth

    Recently, my cousin's siberian husky gave birth to three cute puppies -- that dog is always angry after giving birth to her paws. She tends to bark on anyone especially at night, she also hates it when you go near the basket where her babies rest. She even bite Mom, which makes us worry. I don't know if it is hormonal imbalance as what they refer it to us human -- I feel like it isn't safe going near her anymore especially for the kids.

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    Re: Siberian Husky too Moody after Giving Birth

    Oh, I'm sorry to read about this, Andrea. This page is quite helpful:
    http://dogs.lovetoknow.com/dog-breed...having-puppies

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    Re: Siberian Husky too Moody after Giving Birth

    It's most likely just the way she is, over protective mother, some dogs are just more protective of their pups.
    My mum who's a dog breeder has had a couple like this, after a few weeks, when the pups are older, the mother tends to calm down.
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    Re: Siberian Husky too Moody after Giving Birth

    Quote Originally Posted by LPC View Post
    Oh, I'm sorry to read about this, Andrea. This page is quite helpful:
    http://dogs.lovetoknow.com/dog-breed...having-puppies
    Thanks @LPC, this article is helpful :)

    Quote Originally Posted by Frolicking Ferrets View Post
    It's most likely just the way she is, over protective mother, some dogs are just more protective of their pups.
    My mum who's a dog breeder has had a couple like this, after a few weeks, when the pups are older, the mother tends to calm down.
    She really is protective as she tends to be angry every we go near her, but you are right its normal for a parent to be over-protective of their puppies. :)

 

 

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