Blue Eyes

Many people assume that all Siberian Huskies have blue eyes, but that is simply not true. We have a range of eye colors and combinations within the Herd and only one dog with a pair of blue eyes – Qannik.

not showing my eyes

I am not showing my eyes. I am not showing my eyes. I am not showing my eyes.

Qannik is also proving how stubborn Siberian Huskies can be when a human wants something from them.

How is this for a pose

How is this for a pose?

Ok, Q-Tip, you showed us your eyes, but can you be serious for just a second?

Serious

Serious . . .

exactly one second

. . . For exactly one second. * Snicker *

3 Comments

  1. Des on May 22, 2015 at 6:50 am

    Your posts are always entertaining and informative. I’ve been catching up, working my way back from your most recent post. Loved them all! And Qannik has the most strikingly beautiful eyes (wow!) and that little skew grin, too too cute!

  2. Mom, Ice 'n Ebby on May 20, 2015 at 1:02 pm

    Mom sez: – Snicker? Actually, I thought it looked more like a SNEER!

  3. Jenny Gaffney on May 20, 2015 at 11:13 am

    LOL that last photo, priceless, you are too cute Qannik <3

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