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PostSubject: New rescue puppy - Freya   New rescue puppy - Freya EmptyThu Dec 29, 2022 6:24 pm

We adopted our 3rd rescue husky.  Possibly she is purebred as she looks a lot like our first husky.  Though at 13-14 weeks old her ears stand up during the day and fold over at night.  She is also pretty big at 25 pounds.  Just curious any thoughts on her color.  My first husky is isabella white and while she looks mostly white inside like him, outside you can see hints of copper though her nose is black. Obviously only time will tell how she turns out, just curious on anyone else's thoughts.  I may do embark  on her too just to confirm breeds like I did with other two as that may explain her color too.

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PostSubject: Re: New rescue puppy - Freya   New rescue puppy - Freya EmptySun Jan 01, 2023 5:52 pm

She looks a bit like she is going to be a very light red but food and environment may change that with time. Very cute!

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