Bedtime Stories

Like all good children, we insist that Hu-Dad tells us some bedtime stories – involving hero dogs, of course – before lights out every night.

Tuck us into bed, Hu-Dad.

Tuck us into bed, Hu-Dad.

The key to a good bedtime story is that it can’t be too scary or exciting, and it has to have a happy ending. You know, like dogs finding good forever homes like so many of our readers have found.

I hope the hero is a white dog with blue eyes.

I hope the hero is a white dog with blue eyes.

After a hard day of work around Chez Herd (hey, we are a working breed!), a good story is the perfect way to get sleepy and comfortable. Right, Kiska?

Yawn. You can turn the light out now.

Yawn. You can turn the light out now.

3 Comments

  1. Ann Plooster on February 17, 2016 at 1:07 am

    Love these guys and love their stories. Watch them all the time. Keep posting. You are helping me with the lost of my Two. To many tears to write more.

  2. Lori on February 16, 2016 at 8:34 am

    Oh sweet babies sleep tight❤️❤️❤️

  3. Sherri Painter on February 16, 2016 at 7:09 am

    The sweetest of Husky dreams!

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