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Welcome.       Could not live without it.   At least no-one would creep in at night unannounced  (even if they were greeted like a long-lost friend).   

My two even used to guard the bungalow across the street  (though not the neighbour's houses),  right up until the old lady died.  The bungalow was sold to a young couple,  and my boys just stopped guarding it, they no longer care who goes in and out.

I waited over 50 years for my first husky, though I wanted one since I first encountered the breed in my late teens/early 20's,  - and my two will be my last dogs  - we will grow old together  (disgracefully  - if we have anything to do about it).


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