He seemed less interested in trying to escape the front door. We walked him a title times a day and played with him in the backyard. This is a dog that needs a huge amount of exercise you can not keep him inside all of the time. It isn’t healthy for this dog. They have an inordinate amount of energy. They also are prone to cataracts which must be checked regularly by your vet. Unfortunately, our dog got a cataract that couldn’t be corrected and he lost his sight in that eye. A couple of years later, he lost the sight in his other eye as well. This was towards the end of his life and he was hesitant to go outside by himself then. It became very important to walk him even more to run that energy out of him.
My son’s girlfriend had two of the title Eskies and they were the most destructive dogs ever. They thought if they got two that they would keep each other company but the Eskies just egged each other on to get into trouble. Their family couldn’t leave the dogs alone for any amount of time or they would come back and find holes dug in the yard, plants pulled up or curtains pulled down and bike tires eaten. Some of this can be helped with LOTS of exercise. You can not get away with a small walk now and then. They need to walk several times a day for a mile or two. Putting a pack on them is even better. There is no other option to tame their nervous behavior. This is not a dog that anyone should get as their first dog. And you should never get one if you aren’t planning to spend a lot of time with them. As I said, they can be sweet but this doesn’t come easily. I hope this helps explain their nature a little more.
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