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    Thank you! You are right: Jasper is an absolute ham. He's SUPER talkative and opinionated. We live in the city, and out on walks people stop us all the time to admire him, and he always starts "aRooo-ing" while we are talking, because he wants to be in the conversation too. Heidi is fairly laid-back and calm (husky-calm, not regular dog calm). We have no idea what her history is. She's missing an upper canine tooth, but it doesn't bother her. We are pretty sure she was just left outside by whoever owned her previously. She was pretty under-socialized when we adopted her. At first the only "toy" she was interested in were rawhides and sticks. But eventually our other dog Ginger showed her about squeaky toys and balls, and now she LOVES them. She has been a great "mama" to Jasper too!
  2. 1 point
    I'd take it with a pinch of salt , I've heard mixed reviews on wisdom panel , interesting to see though
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    Yep me too, probably not another one like him. Unless he has some brothers and sisters. However knowing nothing of his history. . . . . it's a mystery.
  4. 1 point
    Wow did really think there was some Dutch shepherd in him....
  5. 1 point
    I think Mutts are the best. That is funny though...
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    Dropped a watermelon the other day. Aurora enjoyed it immensely. We didn't get any lol Sent from my SM-N970U using Husky Owners mobile app
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    Hello! We are new to the forum. I am Kayla and our pup is Aurora. She is adorable and so much energy but i love her a lot. She's also my service dog candidate, as the first week we brought her home she naturally tasked for my disability. She just kind of fell into our lap. She was going to be my partner's at home sd, as she has mobility issues and cant bend down to pick things up off the ground. Wasnt going to train for public access, just help around the house. However, with her tasking for my disability naturally, it opens up so many possibilities with me living a more normal life, so she's my service dog candidate now. Yesterday we took her kayaking. She had a blast! Her favorite things are crunchy leaves to destroy and bugs. Sent from my SM-N970U using Husky Owners mobile app

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