Collision Avoidance System

When the Siberian Husky racing games get criss-crossing paths, we really need a collision avoidance system.

Activate collision avoidance system
Activate collision avoidance system

Our games are fast and furious (or, at least, fast and furriest), so sometimes our chase games can involve very close calls. In this case, the Little Prince misjudged his speed and Roscoe P. didn’t calculate his braking needs. Don’t worry, though, because the Siberian Husky Collision Avoidance System was activated. Was it in time? The next photo explains it all.

So close, and yet a miss.
So close, and yet a miss.

Yes, Typhoon engaged the afterburner and Roscoe initiated the ejection seat, so Ty went fast and Roscoe went up. As soon as Roscoe’s paws hit the ground, the race continued.


  1. Juno's mom on September 28, 2021 at 1:02 pm

    They’re so good for each other.

  2. Debbie & Miss Ruby on September 28, 2021 at 8:17 am

    Up and over!! Such fun to watch Husky games.

  3. HokiePack on September 28, 2021 at 6:47 am

    Amazing how agile they can be! Always amazed when I watch the HokiePack play.

    • Donna Wolfe on September 28, 2021 at 2:40 pm

      The more the merrier too!!!

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