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As Hu-Dad works in his study, we nap with gusto. Boom Boom demonstrates the importance of sleep support for maximum comfort.
Our meals are served in our crates so that we may eat at our own pace, but that doesn’t stop our neighbor from coveting kibble.
Miss Cheoah thought she was being quite crafty by sneaking away for some quiet time in her basement, but was she successful?
Nothing quite like a welcome back committee to make someone feel special, unless the reception is not what you really want.
We love when the oldest member of The Herd feels up to a Kiska patrol. We had the perfect evening for it and she was feeling energetic.
Our humans worked on multiple projects the past couple of days which provided us a very relaxing weekend (and some exhausted humans).
Miss Kiska continues to do well as she approaches her 12th anniversary living at Chez Herd. In fact, she says you are never too old to dig a little fun.
We know many people here in the United States are taking off work next week, so Boom Boom wanted to demonstrate Holiday Week Preparations.
Cheoah’s basement excavations have gone well this year, as has her No Boys In The Basement Rule. But we do seem to have a Siberian Husky Duplex.
We Siberian Huskies are not known for our guard dog abilities and this security system failure provides a great example of our lack of skills.
Our normal summer weather pattern includes a chance of afternoon thunderstorms. But we are stuck in a pattern of repetitive thunderstorms.