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Don’t have a dog but she’s quite a bitch. :chuckle:

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Yes, she is beautiful. What breed of dog is she? I’ve always loved dogs that have that wolf look.

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She’s a pure-bred Siberian Husky. Though I live in Canada, we are in the far south where summers can get extremely hot. She has acclimatized very well and funnily, prefers warmer weather. If it gets too hot she will dig up the ground somewhere so she can lay in the mud to be cooler haha…. luckily for us we have a deck now and she’ll just go under there if it’s too hot.

One downfall to Huskys is the shedding (if they are going to be inside a lot like ours likes to be). They shed twice a year, and when they do, it’s out of control. You can literally pull clumps and clumps of hair out when the time comes. So for those who like spotless homes, prepare to vacuum twice a day if you want this dog :)

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Can’t wait to go home and see my dog!

hehe, that photo made me to remember a funny old thread. Just searched the thread and found this dog managed to sign (paw) a model release :D

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Yes, she is beautiful. What breed of dog is she? I’ve always loved dogs that have that wolf look.
One downfall to Huskys is the shedding (if they are going to be inside a lot like ours likes to be). They shed twice a year, and when they do, it’s out of control. You can literally pull clumps and clumps of hair out when the time comes. So for those who like spotless homes, prepare to vacuum twice a day if you want this dog :)

Wow…I did a google images search for Siberian Husky shedding, and I see what you mean!

There are some hilarious pictures on there too :)

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Yes, she is beautiful. What breed of dog is she? I’ve always loved dogs that have that wolf look.

Thanks :)

She’s a pure-bred Siberian Husky. Though I live in Canada, we are in the far south where summers can get extremely hot. She has acclimatized very well and funnily, prefers warmer weather. If it gets too hot she will dig up the ground somewhere so she can lay in the mud to be cooler haha…. luckily for us we have a deck now and she’ll just go under there if it’s too hot.

One downfall to Huskys is the shedding (if they are going to be inside a lot like ours likes to be). They shed twice a year, and when they do, it’s out of control. You can literally pull clumps and clumps of hair out when the time comes. So for those who like spotless homes, prepare to vacuum twice a day if you want this dog :)

Such a beautiful breed the Husky is – but now you’ve shed some light on having them ( pun intended! ).

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Every Dog pictured here, my little 6 year old daughter says “Oh, Daddy I want that one!”

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This thread is my favorite so far!!! All dogs are beautiful!

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This thread is my favorite so far!!! All dogs are beautiful!

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