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We may play games with each other, but one of the greatest benefits of living as a Herd of dogs is that we always know that someone will have your back.
We protect our home and always make sure that invaders – birds, rabbits, etc. – stay outside of our perimeter.
Sometimes those threats are a little bigger – coyote, bear, and elk. Those require a full security detail.
Fortunately that was not the case during this patrol and all was safe as Natasha returned to the deck, but Kiska was still there to protect her queen.
And with Natasha’s rounds complete, Kiska stayed on guard.
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Kiska and Queen Natasha both look great!! I just realized I have never met the Herd in person. Need to remedy that! On a sad note, I lost my last 2 days ago. Cocheta, my malamute keeshond mix was almost 20 years old. She had two strokes within and hour, and could not get up. I worked with her for two weeks, but she just could not get better, I had to let her go. I miss my northern breeds, especially Siberians. I see an adoption of an older Siberian in my heart soon 🙂 .
We are so, so sorry for your loss of Cocheta. Twenty years is an amazing time on this earth.
By the way, you did meet Natasha back when she was Princess Natasha the Pain (along with her Mama Bear Nikita). She helped pick out Rojo (aka, Rusty).