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Prior Two Weeks
A mystery unfolded around Chez Herd yesterday, but Hu-Dad zeroed in on a suspect quickly. Let’s call it the Mysterious Case of the Green Paws.
Typhoon, much to his dismay, has found himself the center of attention of his two little brothers as they spend time poking a hornet’s nest.
Nothing is quite as much fun for the Hu-Dad as when one of us complains about something when the bounce is on the other paw. What do we mean?
A rainy weekend may have crimped our outdoor games, but Roscoe still found time to get into the zoomie zone for a few laps.
With the baby birds chirping in the Tree of Life, Landon spent a very soaked day waiting in the rain enamored with nature.
A single photo sums up today’s post—Sermon From The Pulpit Of The Tree Of Life—though the followup explanation and photos makes things clear.
Hu-Dad was tired after mowing grass all afternoon, so he wanted a few quick photographs, but Landon instituted the look away Boom rules.
The grass inside Sibe Quentin has been cut, the evening is cool, and the need for speed is great—we present the racing Roscoe!
As the lone girl in The Herd, Miss Cheoah always has big brother security services watching over her (even if some are of questionable value).
With his coat freshly brushed, a cool looking Boom Boom claimed the prime surveillance point of the picnic table to watch rabbits in the field.
With the warm weather upon us, Hu-Dad spent much of the weekend grooming us—except for one who objected to the instruments of torture.