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The average person takes 32 days before breaking New Year’s resolutions. We Siberian Huskies wonder why it takes them so long.
Less than 10% of people keep their New Year’s resolutions and most fail before February 1. Hu-Dad suggested we could teach them a few things since we were busy breaking ours on January 1.
In fairness, Typhoon says he never actually agreed to behave in 2022, but he also denies that he was up to anything despite hiding behind the erosion fence in the backyard. That look does suggest, however, that he might have been surprised Hu-Dad was in the yard and watching.
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hey! can’t a guy get a little privacy? !!!
not digging or anything Hu Dad. just checking the perimeters you know. XO
Whoops-I almost missed today. I just LOVE the look on Typhoon’s face. He’s like “I NEVERE agreed to anything”!!
Who bothers to keep a resolution? Ruby insists on a walk everyday so that can’t be a one this year.
He looks like he’s thinking, ‘oopsie!’
Busted Ty! Love the pic ! BTW resolutions are made to be broken??
oh that face, he ‘s so beautiful and looks so innocent!