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 Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof!

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PostSubject: Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof!   Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof! EmptySat Jan 15, 2022 3:43 pm

Hi friends,

I first joined the forum frantically seeking advice for my gal, Sky (a husky mix) who has been struggling with stomach issues for at least a few months now (very grateful to the forum members who responded!). Didn't even think to properly introduce her but going to do that now Very Happy Really happy to find this community.
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I adopted Sky from a rescue in October '21. She was said to be a year old by the rescue org at that time but two vets both said "no way" when I brought her in, so I think she's at 11 months old now Smile I honestly wasn't trying to go for a puppy, yet that's who I landed and I'm grateful. It's been a big learning curve as I was used to taking a full grown/senior husky prior to this. Maybe one day I'll dive deep and get a husky baby like some of the cuties posted here.

Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof! Pxl_2015
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PostSubject: Re: Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof!   Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof! EmptySat Jan 15, 2022 5:42 pm

I really like that first picture, whatever she's looking really has her interest!

The second one made me laugh. Huskies are the only dogs I've ever known who will leave paw prints but not a melted spot where they were setting. Talk about insulation!!

Ah, yes, the afternoon nap! Wake me for supper, will ya ma??

Good pictures of a very pretty dog!

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PostSubject: Re: Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof!   Little late... but better late than never. Meet my red floof! EmptySat Jan 15, 2022 7:37 pm

Thank you Smile Smile It was certainly hard to choose among the millions Very Happy

Now with the arrival of snow she insists on lying in it on the porch while I hang out in the kitchen - "you can leave me here, I'll be fine".
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She is beautiful!
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