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Meet the Beasts! <3 The newest members of the family :D

I would love to introduce our newest members of the family! This adorable Husky duo finally came home after a grueling 3 months of adoption papers, interviews, fact checking, more interviews, medical and training requests, etc.

We were so hoping to have them here for Christmas, but instead we managed to get them here just in time for Valentine’sโ€ฆand oh what a Valentines it was! It is a female and male, both trained as sled dogs, whose names are borderline unpronounceable, so I’ve nicknamed them meanings: ‘The Queen’ and ‘Snuggly’.

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Meet The Queen

She is the leader of the pack. She pulls, runs, pulls, and chews the insides out of a tennis ball in seconds. Not the most trustworthy of beings when she came to us, it took me days to even coax her into letting me pat her head. Now she’s just fine and totally relaxed! She is streamlined for sledding and knows exactly what she wants to do. (Regardless of if its what YOU want her to do).

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Meet Snuggly

This guy is my new teddy bear. Since I’m a woman, his tendency towards protection kicked in almost immediately. He loves to snuggle, helps himself to a nice spot on the sofa for some window watching, eats everything – I mean everything! Loves runs, snow and all things remotely edible.

So these 2 will be making sure that I’ve got buns, abs and arms of steal by the time summer rolls around. One week and I can already feel the burnโ€ฆBIG TIME! Expect to see these two on the regular ๐Ÿ™‚

Thanks for reading!

-Mliae

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24 Comments »

  1. Dogs are great companions that seem to sense your mood. They know when you’re angry, frustrated and happy. They fill voids in our lives. My dog Jake is nearly 12 and slowing down a bit but he still gives us his best kisses and hugs. Enjoy your new additions.

  2. Looks like you have the most motivating , loving , snuggly, gym ever. Get in shape and be protected and loved at the same time. Awesome!

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