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Sometimes holding your bro close isn’t so much a sweet thing as a really smart self-defense technique. Let Roscoe demonstrate.
During a recent morning romp in the yard, Roscoe pulled a sneak attack and pounced on an unsuspecting Typhoon. But once he caught his prey, Roscoe discovered the real reason for holding your bro close.
Roscoe might be a little bigger and younger than Typhoon, but the Little Prince has both experience and a certain attitude of superiority (to pretty much everything).
For those of you uninitiated in the ways of Siberian Husky games, this is all a part of the fun. We like the sport.
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