Tariq is a 16 month old husky-retriever mix and crazy about vegetables (seriously). He figured out how to get to a big bowl of vegetables on the kitchen table and gently take one tomato off the vine and sneak away to his bed with it. On one hand, that’s a very bad dog, on another he wasn’t terribly greedy about it!
Posts Tagged: Siberian Husky
Scoutin’ for Fresh Baked Goods.
It took me 12 hours to prepare and bake some bread, but it only took 15 minutes for my husky-lab mix, Nico, to jump onto the counter and eat while I was in the shower.
“I ate my mom’s face mask and tracked little blue beads around the entire house! xoxo Hudson”
Hudson will eat almost anything that can fit in his mouth, should he be given the opportunity. Looks like I forgot the (luckily non-toxic) face mask on the couch one night, as I woke up to this disaster! It’s been a few days, and I’m still finding those blue beads everywhere…
Adoptable Fridays – Samson
This big lovable goof is Samson. He’s from the Humane Society of Sumner County in Hendersonville, TN. As you can see, he is a sucker for a belly rub. We are looking for an extra special home for this sweet-natured Husky/Malamute as he suffers from extreme separation anxiety. Due to this fact, we need to find him a home that will be able to cater to his special needs. He LOVES people, is very gentle in temperament and is very good on a leash. If you think you may be able to give this wonderful boy the care he needs and would like more information, here is Samson’s petfinder profile.
Adoptable Fridays – Bronson was adopted!!!
You may remember Bronson from a few weeks back. We’re happy to announce that Bronson was adopted! Here’s what Beth, his new dog mom had to say about him:
Recently you featured a Victorian Dog on here called Bronson (his shaming was related to him peeing in his foster parents car after his nuetering operation!) I would like to let you know that he has now been adopted by myself (Beth), my partner Craig, and our beagle Ellie!
He’s a wonderful fit into our family and I would love to thank his foster parents Kelsy and Travis for taking him out of the pound he was in and giving us the opportunity to provide him a new home. He travelled a long distance to join our family (approx 4,300 kms across 2 days through a combination of driving and flying. He travelled across 2 times zones and 2 states in Australia) in the Pilbara region of Western Australia.
He gets on royally well with our little Beagle Ellie as you can see from the pics attached!
Congrats to you Bronson!!
But…I’m an artist!
My 2 year old Husky, Sky, has a strange obsession with plants, so I probably should have known better than to leave her home alone with this one (thank goodness I made sure it wasn’t poisonous before I brought it in the house). When I started to clean the mess up, she got quite mad and tried to protect her work from the evil vacuum. Guess she was really proud of herself! In my mind I’m seeing myself as a toddler, showing my mother the art I had just drawn all over her new wallpaper with my permanent marker. Now I know how she must have felt.
Adoptable Fridays – Drover
Meet Drover, he is our current foster dog. He is a VERY tall 30kg – 35kg Siberian Husky. He lives near Curran City in New South Wales, Australia! He’s available through Arctic Breed Rescue.
He was badly abused by his previous owners, it took him 2 hours to even come up and sniff us when we first met. He has gotten much better and is quite the snuggle bum, however he is still very weary of strangers, but once you have his trust he will take advantage of it. This photo was taken at our ANZAC Day BBQ, he made a new friend, Poor Aaron had numb legs in the first 20mins, but let him sleep on his lap for nearly 2 hours.
Drover is up for adoption as well as many other arctic breeds. For more information about Drover, click here.
I enjoy waking neighbors and leaving tracks
At midnight, I cried to go out. I went out and barked my head off. I came in the house and realized I stepped in my own poo. When mom yelled to stop, I proceeded to run through the house leaving lots of poo prints. Pete
-I’m not sorry and I will probably do it again!
Reverse dog shaming?
Meet Shadow. Thought I’d share the flip-side of dog shaming. It may not make you laugh, but it should make you smile.
Adoptable Fridays – Bronson ADOPTED!!!
“To show my appreciation for removing my manhood, I peed all over the inside of your car”. Bronson is a Siberian Husky x Kelpie (and maybe Shiba Inu?) who is currently being fostered with Northern Victorian Sled Dog Rescue in Victoria, Australia. He is approximately 1.5 years old, dog-friendly, and full of beans! He’s been trained to carry a backpack and run in harness and is looking for his very own adventure buddy. He will need lots of exercise and rules, but is the sweetest, cuddliest pup around. To find out more, please visit the rescue group’s website on Facebook.