Peter Dinklage Wants GOT Fans to Stop Abandoning Huskies

Game of Thrones fans love huskies. They buy them, they give them cool names... and then they abandon them.

26/08/2020 2:51 PM
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  • Ansh T.
    01/10/2021 23:01

    Husky is not a breed bred to survive in India. It has double furr, it sheds twice a year, it feels incredibly hot in the Indian climate. Secondly it is a high instinct dog. Akitas , Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes are working dogs which are categorized as “high instinct “ dogs. It means they are difficult to train , they need constant engagement, they are hyperactive and they don’t take orders that easily. Huskys particularly are not for first time dog owners. In India most people live in smaller apartments, and space is an issue. This dog needs running space or atleast an owner that goes running with it and is fit on an equal level. Lastly, all such dogs thrive on regular meat intake. India has a religious climate. Don’t know if people can provide it beef bones, or large veal bones which it needs to become what its meant to be. I personally in the developmental phase of my Akita fed it large 20lb turkeys , massive bones, everything under the sun. They are closer to the wolf bloodline. So this diet is what they need and it does do wonders

  • ਉਪਕਾਰਦੀਪ ਸ.
    15/04/2019 18:55

    prince brar

  • Ashima C.
    15/04/2019 17:42


  • Susanne T.
    15/04/2019 15:06

    Huskies belong the North, to the cold! They need to run, to run, to run. To keep them in warm regions, or in a city is cruel!

  • Sonu H.
    15/04/2019 13:54

    This Is Very Cruel .....Those People Just Want To Show Off With These Poor Animals.....Curse U fans

  • Anuj U.
    15/04/2019 08:47

  • Mriganka R.
    15/04/2019 06:18

    They can give those to me. I'd be happy to adopt them.

  • Rajesh S.
    15/04/2019 06:17

    If u keep huskies in tropical climate like ours u are nothing but RG

  • Niket M.
    15/04/2019 06:00

    Give them to me😅

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