The Royal Snooter

Hu-Dad often gets asked how the Little Prince earned his nickname. This photo of the Royal Snooter explains it all.

The Royal Snooter

The most common question the Hu-Dad receives is “Where’s the Sled?” Seriously. We get asked this at least once and usually several times a day when out for a walk. But right behind that question is where all of our nicknames came from. Today’s photo explains the Little Prince. We aren’t sure if that Royal Snooter could possibly be higher in the air as he prances out of the house one morning.

2 Comments

  1. Jean Burkhardt on January 5, 2021 at 7:38 am

    OH WOW-that IS A REALLY snooty look Prince Typhoon Phooey!!! I agree with Hu-Dad-the nose couldn’t get any higher.

  2. Terry+Rory on January 5, 2021 at 7:02 am

    A True Prince 👑
    PS- I have a dogsled. I keep it on display in my living room, complete with a pile of Huskies ( furry toy ones!) and framed with white miniature LED lights. It’s my tribute to the Husky heritage.
    It looks especially beautiful at Christmas time, because my tree goes right beside it.🎄

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