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Viewing all posts found for user HuskyHauler
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Posted on: 3:21:26 PM 7/18/2006

The Canadian Inuit Dog (Canadian Eskimo, American Husky) is an old Canadian(obviously, lol) breed. they aren't a breed for everyone, they are even more energetic than my Sibes, and have a strong pack instinct. but when they work, they are one of th...

Posted on: 3:17:21 PM 7/18/2006

Adorable little pup! And I loved that video. VERY excited, haha.

Posted on: 3:14:44 PM 7/18/2006

Hailey I saw that photo, they look happy.

We sled a LOT. It's our family passion.
We even have a harness for our Pom so we can take him with us when we do fun sledding. But he's not a huge fan of the snow flying in his face. :P

Posted on: 3:11:09 PM 7/18/2006

All of you have gorgeous dogs, I think I'll probably be making a Dogster soon now that I know about it a little more.

scenic, Shane is my favourite of your dogs. His eyes are gorgeous. and Hailey i just LOVE Jonah.
GotHusky, Echo is...

Posted on: 3:06:06 PM 7/18/2006

I've only very recently heard of dogster, but I'm looking at a few of the pages you both posted now, you have beautiful dogs, the both of you!
I LOVE Siberians, but I'm really partial to the Canadian Inuit dog.
Do you do much sledding?! :...

Posted on: 3:04:26 PM 7/18/2006

I feed all of my dogs (except our Pom) two very hearty mixed meals a day (mixed as in dry food with barf diet included). They are extremely active though.
My Pom gets fed twice a day and usually doesn't eat all of his 'dinner' but leaves a few...

Posted on: 2:59:11 PM 7/18/2006

I have 17 dogs in all, but more than just Huskies. I have Sibes, Alaskan Huskies, Greenland dogs, Canadian Inuits and Chinooks, and then a Pomeranian boy who just t...

Posted on: 2:55:36 PM 7/18/2006

I would imagine the most exspensive breed would be the rarest, which last I checked was the Norwegian Lundehund (puffin dog). But I think it varies depending on what the breeder breeds for, goes through, breed, and what you're buying the dog for.

Posted on: 2:41:25 PM 7/18/2006


Posted on: 2:39:42 PM 7/18/2006

That's terrible the baby was left alone like that, I hope the parents are called out on it by someone.
And what an awesome story! Good job, unnamed GSD. :D

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