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PostSubject: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Sat Dec 30, 2017 8:45 am

I officially take too many photos / have too hectic of a schedule to keep up with a 52 week.

Loki is 4.5 months old now? Almost? Somewhere around there Razz

Officially all Vacs are done and the waiting period is over! Ownership and Microchip is in my name and I finally got around to getting his first dog tag with his name on it I love you

He has made leaps and bounds with socialising, hoping now that we can go to more dog friendly areas he will be able to have a good play with some puppies his age.

He still comes everywhere with me, has this 4WD thing down, sleeps the trip away no matter how bumpy it gets.

He has sit / drop / leave it pretty well down. Working on cementing the basic commands before he “forgets” everything in a months time Laughing .

Anyways, some photos of our latest adventures below. Very Happy

I will forever be cranky I only had the phone camera for this.


One of my favourite photo's of him. (Worth clicking and seeing a larger size)


Time out after a bit too much excitement at the river.






Good view, relaxed atmosphere and this puppy. Holidays don't get much better than this.




Found something that intimidates him, waves! Up to that point he has been fearless. In his defence, it was a pretty rough day. This lake is notorious for getting choppy. Still was able to fish out the biggest stick he could before hurrying back to me.
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Sat Dec 30, 2017 4:23 pm

It's nature photography with a Husky, my favorite. My goodness his ears and mask are adorable.
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Sat Dec 30, 2017 5:10 pm

Seriously beautiful photos. Love every single one. His harness looks exactly like the one I'm using with my two!
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:29 am

@Artic_Wind wrote:
Seriously beautiful photos. Love every single one. His harness looks exactly like the one I'm using with my two!



Thank you Smile Used to have such a passion for photography, thank goodness for phone camera's.

I picked this one up as it was the only adjustable one I could find. He is growing like a weed I almost need to let it out every week. I am way more impressed with it than I thought I would be!. Held up to our adventures and rough play with ease.




@Mersea Lopez wrote:
It's nature photography with a Husky, my favorite. My goodness his ears and mask are adorable.



My Favourite too! He is starting to (finally) grown into those ears ( believe it or not Laughing ) Hoping some of those markings stay as he ages!

He has learnt to dig! ... enjoying the cuteness while it lasts Razz


and how to swim, too busy stalking water bugs to realise that the land had disappeared. As quiet and silent as a croc Laughing


Few weeks ago now, can't believe how much bigger he looks today.
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Thu Jan 04, 2018 2:53 am

Ha, and here I am hating my phone camera, lol. But that's because it sucks (my iPhone is old)

If it's the same harness as mine, I've been impressed with it too, considering the price. With Mishka, it has held up to some serious tugs when she sees bunnies running from her, lol.

As always, really beautiful pictures. He is starting to look slightly bigger, but I'm seeing more maturing in his face mostly. Definitely still a puppy, but he's growing up! The hole digging pic is too cute.
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Fri Jan 05, 2018 5:36 am

I miss the Nikon but there is no way I would be able to photograph a bouncing puppy with a camera. The phone makes those quick snaps much easier.

I think ours is Animates, I didn’t even know they did dog stuff. Had always known them as an aquarium brand. Can’t complain though!

Absolutely! Smile I don’t realise just how much until I look back over photos from even a month ago.

This dog is determined to give me a heart attack. A good pet insurance is going to be in order. I can tell he is going to be expensive. Long story short because I don’t want to think about it ( I’ll have that memory on replay in my nightmares for ages) he ran at full speed into a metal pole head first at the dog park.... pale  Thankfully bar a blood nose he is no worse off. Minus a few (much needed) brain cells   Rolling Eyes

Today, after giving him a day of rest (...lol) to recover. We went for a swim at 9am to beat the heat. What does he do? Tries to roll in the water. Because. You know. Not being able to breathe under water isn’t a given   Rolling Eyes

That look of instant regret  Laughing


And of course, camera always at the ready  Laughing In slow mo.






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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Fri Jan 05, 2018 1:16 pm

What great pics! Such a happy dog! His joie de vivre remind me so much of my son's dog, Archer...and, as for the klutziness...that would be Z'ev Rolling Eyes And he is 7 so not something necessarily outgrown. Neither, I suspect, is the hole-digging. That picture with head in hole? Something I see just about weekly with my 5 yr old, Ami.

Enjoy your puppy for years and years to come - already looks like the two of you are a perfect match!
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:13 pm

Love those pics, lol. My two dint want anything to do with going IN to the water, but man do they love to get wet, via sprinklers or whatever else sprays water, haha. Loki is just such a fun loving little boy, he's going to be even more of a blast as he gets older Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Fri Jan 05, 2018 11:45 pm

beautiful pictures, love the one with the stick in his mouth. amazing water pics.
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Sat Jan 06, 2018 10:39 am

Adorable puppy antics!
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Mon Jan 08, 2018 4:45 am

@amymeme wrote:
What great pics!  Such a happy dog!  His joie de vivre remind me so much of my son's dog, Archer...and, as for the klutziness...that would be Z'ev Rolling Eyes   And he is 7 so not something necessarily outgrown.  Neither, I suspect, is the hole-digging.  That picture with head in hole?  Something I see just about weekly with my 5 yr old, Ami.  

Enjoy your puppy for years and years to come - already looks like the two of you are a perfect match!



Thank you Smile I am so glad it is summer and I have all these amazing photos to remember his puppy moments by. Haha, oh I had a feeling he was never going to outgrow this personality.

That is his head Razz He will dig a hole big enough to bury himself in in seconds.  He seems to only think he can dig in sand for now. I am not in any hurry to show him otherwise Laughing Laughing



@Artic_Wind wrote:
Love those pics, lol. My two dint want anything to do with going IN to the water, but man do they love to get wet, via sprinklers or whatever else sprays water, haha. Loki is just such a fun loving little boy, he's going to be even more of a blast as he gets older



I am so glad and thankful he is a water dog. I am not a huge fan of getting in myself unless I can see the bottom (some spiders can live in water Suspect) but I spend so much time by the water that it wouldn't seem complete without a daily splash.

Thanks RedFlashFire05 and Mersea Lopez.

Growing up!


This is why half of his Christmas presents are in hiding still. Between these toys, the toys we have in the car for swimming and the ones at my parents place he is spoilt rotten Razz
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Mon Jan 08, 2018 5:35 pm

Wow, you really do know how to take some great pics. He's just so beautiful! Classic husky puppy expression too , just makes you say "awwww" Smile
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PostSubject: Re: Loki's Scrapbook - photo heavy    Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:00 pm

he is so adorable love the fist one, awww I love you .
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