Posts Tagged ‘Siberian Husky’

Meet Sassy:

Sassy Is 11 years old and we adopted her from the SPCA as a kitten, she was found abandoned behind a pub. She is the last of the 2 other cats we had, but they passed away. Sassy is like my child and I love her so much, she is very affectionate, especially before she sleeps or before I go to bed. She sleeps right next to my head, and she has been for the past 4 or 5 years now. She is very special to me!

Meet Sadie: 

Sadie is our new addition to the family! She is a red and white Siberian Husky, and 11 months old now. We got her June of 2011 and she has been working out great! After Chimo passed away (see blog post May 9, 2011) we wanted another Siberian because we just feel in love with them. Sadie is sweet, hyper, silly, and happy. She is doing training right now and she is doing really well (the picture below was taken when she was about 3 or 4 months old)


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So before the weekend I was walking my dog Sadie around our neighborhood and just as I was coming back I heard this ticking noise on the pavement and Sadie looked back I noticed because the leashed tugged and I then I looked back and noticed the dog, Dawson, down the street was charging at us with its teeth bared. He grabbed Sadie and swung her around full force, and took her off the ground with its teeth and started shaking her very hard. He was full on attacking my dog and I went into shock, I didn’t know what to do at all all I could do was scream at the top of my lungs and hope that someone would come out to help. Sadie was trying to fight back, but mind you she is still a 9 month old puppy and a lot smaller than Dawson. Dawson finally backed off and my neighbors came out and so did Dawson’s owners. They said that Dawson “plays” too aggressively. Yeah right, that was NOT playing. Dawson is this beautiful Malamute that got along great with Chimo, before Chimo died. But Sadie is the 3rd dog Dawson has attacked now. Luckily, Sadie wasn’t hurt too bad, she was in shock just as much as I was and her back paw nail was bleeding, but I’m I think that was just from the pavement. I don’t believe in hitting an animal but if i wasn’t so in shock I would have kicked or hit Dawson so hard.

Dawson is always chained up, never walked, and not properly socialized. This has nothing to do with breed, but how he is raised. I do not blame Dawson, I blame his stupid owners. Since Sadie is the 3rd dog Dawson has attacked, the local animal shelter (L.A.P.S) will be contacted because I don’t want to see another dog attacked by him. I wanted to share this story because It is so important that you train and raise your dogs properly! I can’t stress this enough. This is a perfect example of  good dog raised poorly. So please train and raise your dogs properly and don’t neglect their needs.

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If i could change at least one persons mind about pit bulls, then that’s awesome. But if i could change the population of the world that doesn’t like them because of what the media portrays them to be then that would be amazing! But i know that it most likely wont happen. It really bothers me when people think they know the breed without even being around one, they just go by what the media says. And of course the media is wrong if they say that pits are vicious by nature and stuff leading around that. I’m someone that likes to prove people wrong, and show them what they think they know is wrong. I will fight for what i believe in and argue with people about it, i’m not afraid to do that, i am not afraid to fight for whats right. And i will fight for the pit bulls for the rest of my life. After the passing of my family’s beloved Siberian Husky, Chimo, we got another husky puppy and her name is Sadie. She is a red husky (not very popular) 4 months old, and she is full of energy! Even though my family have owned and still do own the husky breed, i will always have a special spot in my heart for pit bulls. But also Huskies and Pit bulls are the most surrendered dog in animal rescues and shelters, i don’t like that. So please, if you are looking for a pit bull or siberian husky, go to a shelter or rescue. You will most likely find one there.

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My beautiful dog Chimo passed away May 8, 2011 she was a 6-year-old Siberian Husky. We rescued her last August and even though we had no experience with a husky before we gave her the best home she probably had, and a great last year of her life. She was full of energy, loved to run around in the fields, and loved chasing and catching rats and mice. I will never forget the first day we got her and the last, never forget any part of her life and when we had her. She would always get such nice comments from people, “your dog is beautiful” , “what a pretty dog”. I will never forget that. I will never forget you Chimo, you will always be here with me and my family. I love you so much, and I know that your still here with us. you were an amazing dog with a great personality. Peace and love, RIP.

 August 30, 2004-May 8. 2011

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