Our Favorite Stories

Below are some of my all time favorite stories in chronological order. The most requested story, hands down, is Frankencouch, so if you read nothing else, read that one. If you are a Non-Siberian owner and you are enamored with that cute puppy, or love one of those Disney movies (Snow Dogs, Eight Below, etc.), and think the stories of Siberian havoc is false, please check out Frankencouch and Escape Artist. The stories are absolutely true and you should know what you are getting into. After that, if you are still interested in a Sibe, please contact me and I will be glad to provide information. Warning though that I will encourage you to consider rescue. There are way too many Sibes sitting in shelters and rescue that are guilty only of being a Sibe.

Attack of the Dog Food Bag

September 15, 2007 – Qannik defends the house from a Dog Food Bag but the bag almost wins – the pictures tell it all.

Rain Storm

July 7, 2007 – An absolutely great (well, awful) picture of Kiska expressing her opinion of the rain concludes this story.

All Dogs Outside

July 1, 2007 – Such a simple command. Why is there always at least one dog who does not believe All Dogs applies to them?

Fuzzy Alarm Clocks

June 29, 2007 – How my fuzzy wonders decided to treat the one day I could sleep a little late.

Siberian Utility Vehicle

June 21, 2007 – Sibes must be transported in their own special SUV’s. A look at the new ride.


December 17, 2006 – No good deed goes unpunished – especially with Sibes. With pictures to prove the destruction.

TV Ghost

August 8, 2005 – Paranormal activities in a Siberian Husky household.

Mighty Hunter

July 10, 2005 – Natasha catching her prey.


November 2004 – Rusty has never liked cold weather (and, yet, claims to be a Siberian).

Enjoy the Small Things

March 2004 – Nikita teaches me a lesson about living in the moment.

Why Siberians Make Lousy Guard Dogs

January 19, 2004 – How my guard dogs protected the yard from a repair man

Christmas Decorating Siberian Style

December 15, 2003 – Let’s just say the Christmas Tree looked very different after they were finished.

Almost Outside

September 2003 – Natasha’s sense of location was a little challenged as a pup.

Mushroom Incident

October 29 – November 1, 1997 – Nikita develops a new habit and enters rehab.

Dog IQ Test

Circa 1996 – An intelligence test I saw on TV and tried at home.

Games Siberians Play – Catch

Circa 1995 – A bored Siberian invents its on games. Nikita created her own form of catch.

Escape Artist

Circa 1994 – Nikita taught me how Siberians think of fences.