February 6, 2020

Ringside Seat

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All Hu-Dad wanted was some photographs for the blog and he ended up with a ringside seat to a furry round of Siberian Husky games.

Roscoe starting up some Siberian games with Typhoon
Roscoe starting up some Siberian games with Typhoon

The Hu-Dad doesn’t ask for much—just well-behaved Siberian Huskies posing nicely for photographs daily. Oh, wait, that’s a huge ask.

We don't think Roscoe is whispering sweet nothings
We don’t think Roscoe is whispering sweet nothings

The good news for the Hu-Dad is he had the perfect ringside seat for the explosion of games. The bad news is he could get trampled.

We KNOW Typhoon isn't whispering sweet nothings
We KNOW Typhoon isn’t whispering sweet nothings

But he hung in there, kept snapping away with photos, some of them even focus enough to be used for the blog. Well, a few of them.

Things are about to get serious

For the safety of our photographer aka Hu-Dad, we will end the blog right here before the trampling begins.

Too late. The photographer has been trampled
Too late. The photographer has been trampled

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  1. does it ever escalate from play to a serious fight Hu-Dad?
    some play can get very scary to me! I guess I’d have to be a sibe to understand! xo

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    1. Fortunately, the boys have always gotten along well. Typhoon has a temper (that’s a shock) and will snap sometimes, but Roscoe always backs up and things are instantly fine.

      The girls over the years are a totally different thing.

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