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Sincerely, I love Huskies, they are my favorite breed of dog. You must pay lots of attention to them when they are young and plan some fun activities or they will become destructive. Our Huskies love to be walked and walked and walked.
I'd also recommend a raw diet. Northern breeds have very sensitive tummies when it comes to grains.
Welcome, Blitznova. I do not have the pleasure of being a Husky guardian but became a labbyluver because of one special face. If I had to name one of the most important provisions for a dog and personally endorse it, it would be a crate kennel. For training, safety, travel, retreat... Here is some reading our member Dakota had posted for our convenience:
All of these talk about the specifics.
Regarding collar or harness, I feel it is a personal preference. Depending upon your goals; if you are looking to train her to heel at all times, etc. then you may want to use a training collar. I used a collar and a leash just fine but if you would be sledding, skijoring, or hiking I'd say a harness. It's up to your preference/training goals and what you and your dog feel most gentle and comfortable.
Feeding both dry and wet (a process known as topping) is fine and is usually found to be more tasty for some dogs. Nutrition has become a highly discussed topic. You can find many posts by using our search box at the top right. I wanted to mention that the raw diet can consist of the same foods you buy for yourself. Some have combined raw with kibble but I note NEVER mix raw and kibble together as they digest at different rates forcing the raw to sit longer than natural in the stomach causing stomach problems. example menu
Enjoy this excitement of planning for a pooch. I know there is a lot to think about.