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I have heard the same comment from dog owners of many different breeds, but when a Siberian Husky sees another Siberian Husky, they act differently than when they meet any other dog. How they recognize their own kind, I have never understood, but they certainly do.
So, yesterday, when we were walking through a local park, we passed many other dogs. Some dogs were more interesting than others, but it was not until we spotted two Siberian Huskies walking toward us that The Herd went crazy. Let’s just say when a group of six Siberian Huskies meets a group of two Siberian Huskies, the result can be heard for miles.
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