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As Siberian Huskies, we know well of the struggles of a working breed dog, so we would like to share some examples.
Our Hu-Dad made us work yesterday by attending the Haywood Waterways Polar Plunge. For those of you not accustomed to watching working breeds, we suggest you shield your eyes.
We had to sit there with person after person wanting to give us hugs and kisses and loving. Can you imagine how difficult that was?
Hours and hours of this work. Can you imagine? We know we have your complete sympathy by now.
P.S. – We received lots of Valentines in yesterday’s mail and will have a fresh tally for you Monday morning. Time is starting to run out, so make sure you mail your Valentines to Dog’s Name, PO Box 1835, Maggie Valley, NC 28751. And, if you wish, enclose a check made payable to Sarge’s Animal Rescue Foundation. Your donations will help homeless dogs and cats like Mabel:
Mabel is a beautiful Shepherd mix female about 11 months old. She is smart, has had some obedience training, and is highly motivated to learn new tricks, especially if food is involved! She’ll do best in a home with older kids and adults.
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Lots of snow, lots of rain, muddy roads, four-wheel drive, and an open jeep window. This is when a dog should not hold their head out of the window, as demonstrated by Natasha and Kodiak as they show off their Mud Freckles.