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Sometimes, despite your best efforts, behavior problems persist. Their cause seems inexplicable, and correcting them seems impossible. You've tried professional trainers, and Cesar simply won't take your phone calls. Your Husky still displays fear, anxiety, aggression, compulsive disorders, or inappropriate elimination.

You may want to check out Dr. Nicholas Dodman, who has written a number of books on dog behavioral problems, or the Tufts Cummings School of Veterinary Medicine which may be able to help through its PETFAX Behavior Consultation Program. Although not free, Tufts offers a remote consulting service that has been used by people all over the world to solve pet behavior problems.

"Kids and Huskies" is a whole separate subject, worthy of an entire book or two. But we have some links below that may be helpful. The one cardinal rule to remember is that you NEVER under any circumstances leave babies and young children alone together, not even for a minute.

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