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We walk a greenway shared among bicyclists, walkers, and others, so we are always looking over the shoulder to see if someone needs to pass.
Landon’s napping time on the couch was interrupted by some must watch TV and you can see how enthralled he became with the show.
A sunny weekend approaches so we find Frankie Suave poolside, hanging out and looking as cool and sophisticated as always.
But of course all of our poses are perfectly natural because we maintain a strict no treats involved rule during all of our modeling sessions.
No one can do a cheesy smile quite like our very own Cheoah the Cheesewhiz, so we give you a whole day of her smiling for you.
During yesterday’s post, we made a comment about Typhoon growling at weeds. Based on reader reaction, we decided to explain this further.
His Haughtiness Little Prince Typhoon Phooey has an important reputation to maintain, but he decided to celebrate Monday with three seconds of cute.
Frankie is stretched out in the back yard enjoying the shade subjected only to bored Boom Boom faces from his little brother.
Zoomies happen to every member of The Herd but when a certain red-head gets them. we get a flying Cheesewhiz racing around our backyard.
Yesterday, we talked about how most of the dogs—other than Typhoon—like to mug for the camera. The Little Prince welcomes you to the no ham zone.
A beautiful fall evening finds Hu-Dad taking photos of Roscoe for the blog, but how close is too close for a good picture?
Hu-Dad worked at a festival all weekend, so asked that we act nice on our evening walks since he was tired. Do you think that happened?