Speed Racer

One of the key advantages of youth is your quickness, and Typhoon loves to prove how much of a speed racer he is every day.

Stop grinning, Typhoon, Big Brother is closing the gap.

Stop grinning, Typhoon, Big Brother is closing the gap.

The munchkin has reason to smile. He knows he can outrun anyone inside Sibe Quentin (including quite a few rabbits), but first he has to toy with his pursuer.

Come on, big bro, faster. Faster!

Come on, big bro, faster. Faster!

And Frankie is just a few steps behind, but note Typhoon’s grin has not faltered at all.

Starting to accelerate.

Starting to accelerate.

Just when Frankie believed he might catch the Little Prince, the Typhoon Turbo kicked into gear.

Leaving Big Bro in my dust!

Leaving Big Bro in my dust!

2 Comments

  1. Lori on May 31, 2016 at 10:11 am

    WOW!!! Just WOW!!! You can see in the pictures how fast these beauties are moving!!!!!

  2. Jane Niederstadt on May 31, 2016 at 9:09 am

    My Aries was like that too. He could also jump across and over a 6ft long table. We were amazed when he did that. He was on what we called the dog track lol. It was a circle that he made in the grass around the back yard. God I miss that dog. He was an amazing animal. Don’t get me wrong I love my Bruce and I love theverything fact that Bruce listens and is a good boy, but I really miss Aries. He was very special to me. Huskies are definitely an amazing breed of dogs. Hugs and kisses to the herd.

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