- Chicken meal (should be from a human – grade processing plant)
- Eggs (can be both raw and cooked since it has complete protein content and also has Vitamin A, Vitamin B, Vitamin E, Vitamin K, sulfur, biotin and amino acids)
- Fishmeal (should contain Omega – 3 Fatty Acids as this can improve your pet’s coat and skin)
- Pork and red meats
- Uncooked bones (not too big or hard as it could chip your pet’s teeth)
- Carrots, Spinach, Celery, Alfalfa leaf, grapes, apples, and garlic (these foods provide strong antioxidants for your pet
- Cottage cheese, whole milk or lactose reduced milk (avoid skim milk).
- Don’t include corn, wheat and other products with artificial flavoring and colors
- As much as possible avoid feeding your Siberian husky with table scraps. Feeding them table scraps can give your pet diarrhea or become unhealthy. Ensure to feed him varied meals so as not to be disinterested in the same diet. Try feeding a mix of fresh food, canned food, and also dry food as long as you watch what they eat they’re going to be fine.
- Avoid feeding him with foods like beef, soy, yellow corn, avocado, beet, horsemeat, cereals, onion, and chocolate.
For Young Pups
- It’s important that you follow the meal routine set by your breeder (which can be around 3 to 4 times a day).
- Avoid overfeeding and giving him table craps because their stomachs at this age is not yet strong enough and could most likely upset his stomach.
3 to 4 months: 2 meals per day (same food)
7 to 9 months: 1 meal a day
8 to 10 months onwards: 1 meal a day (you can gradually start switching to adult dog foods)
18 months onwards: At this point, your Siberian husky is already considered as a mature adult dog which means that the meal you’ll provide depends on how much exercise or activity your pet gets or needs. Occasional treats such a dog biscuit in the morning or cottage cheese with honey when he is on once a day feeding is all right.
Usually, a working Siberian husky would need a diet and amount that can increase his performance. This is the reason why it’s very important to monitor their weight and make sure that they get adequate exercise.