I have two Siberian Huskies and my sons New Foundland mix that stays with me most of the time. This summer I have moved in a 12 x 16 cabin in the back yard. This cabin is heated and A/C. This is there new home.
What happend a while ago Blaze got sick, and not being in the house garage I didn't hear her. The poor thing is crated and she messed her crate. I felt so bad, what could I do. I got a baby monitor and now I can hear if they cry, bark or need me to let them out.
I'm now being made fun of and they think I have flown the kuku nest.
I feel this way, at least I'm not waking up during the night and wondering if that was my dog that I thought I heard and running out the door to hear them.
omg..that just shows u care..theres nuthing wrong with that ..wen our friends dog was getting ready to ahve puppiies they put a baby mointor byt her dog so if she was having them in the night they would no..the lil cabin thing sounds kool 2..lol u ahvnt flown the kuku nest
PUL-lease , LOL, I have a 16 month old Beagle who is an indoor dog and she is never more than 10 feet away from me. But on that rare occassion that she does leave my sight I am in a panic til I find her, so to answer your question..NO you are not crazy. Cause if you are that means I am too!!! LOL
A couple of nights ago it was raining and Boston tends to fret a little when it rains, i wasn't home so i rang the house and left a message on the answering machine so he could hear my voice!!! No your not crazy!!!
Boy I noticed that about the Siberians. They love it outdoors. I won't let them sleep out there. That just drives me nuts when they curl up in a ball right in the snow. I know they love it but I Have to just bring them indoors!
Thanks Hailey, Do you sled your dogs? How do you take care of so many. You must be very organized! They are so pretty!
When I got Blaze I just thought I'm all set up for Wiley so it would be good for Wiley to have a playmate.
Blaze is not that much extra work anymore or maybe I'm use to it. LOL
It seems once your in a schedule it all runs like clock work.
I would really like to visit with you on have more then two huskys. I don't or won't breed, just would love a sled team someday. I find it so hard that when I see one in the shelter not to bring it home.
Well for that fact I would love to bring them all home, but that's just not possible.
We only have the three reds right now, Mariya, and Jonah like to pull sled where as Luna does not, so we don't make her. Olympia died at the age of 12 yrs due to cancer, she did pull sled, and Hailey died at the age of 10 yrs due to complications from seizures, she did not like pulling either. We would love to get some more, but I think we will wait a couple of yrs. We did just buy a wheeled rig to start Fall training, and also bought a sled. We use springer bike attachments for training at the end of spring just before the weather begins to get to warm, we don't run them over 55 degrees. When we go in the fall with the wheeled rigs, we go with the siberian husky club, so there are people who have shared their equipment with us last season, and they also let us borrow some of their dogs. That way you can try it first, and see if it's something you really want to get into. If you go to this web site, you can find a mentor to help get you started, and find used equipment.
Thanks Wiley, I still miss them both very much, it was funny the breeder had a puppy for sale this summer that looked exactly like Olympia, I told my DH that if she was one of the pups that was still available I was going to get her. Unfortunatley she was already spoken for, so I will wait.