Real story about a Hucky dog

 

The story below is real story, showing the love of a husky dog. Once you enter in a dog's heart you have a friend for life.

 

 

There seems to be a lot of interest in Siberian Huskies. I know you all are dying to hear my take on the breed, but I didn't want to stink up one of the existing threads.

Ten years ago, there was little pack of us that walked together with our dogs every morning at the dog park. One of the dogs was a husky who was the best trained dog I've ever seen close up. Some of us (who didn't know the breed) thought that Mike was maybe a bit too strict with her, but she was a great dog.

At some point, after we'd known each other for a while, Mike had to leave town for a week or so. His college-age daughter was going to be home with the dog, but her schedule didn't allow her to take the dog to the dog park, so Mike gave me a key and made arrangements for me to pick his dog up every morning to take her to the park with my lab.

That dog would see me at the door and start tearing around the house in circles. By the third circle, I'd better have the door open 'cause she was coming through. She loved going to the dog park.

I got to know that dog and I was actually sorry when Mike returned from his trip. But here's the real kicker. Because of changing schedules, I didn't see Mike or his husky for a couple of years. Then, one weekend, a very nice husky ran up to me and greeted me like an old friend. I asked the young woman that was with her who this was, and she said, "Oh that's Leah – Mike's dog. And you must be Leah's uncle Ron." The dog remembered me after all those years.

I learned that huskies take a while to warm up to you but, once they do, you have a friend for life.

There seems to be a lot of interest in Siberian Huskies. I know you all are dying to hear my take on the breed, but I didn't want to stink up one of the existing threads.

Ten years ago, there was little pack of us that walked together with our dogs every morning at the dog park. One of the dogs was a husky who was the best trained dog I've ever seen close up. Some of us (who didn't know the breed) thought that Mike was maybe a bit too strict with her, but she was a great dog.

At some point, after we'd known each other for a while, Mike had to leave town for a week or so. His college-age daughter was going to be home with the dog, but her schedule didn't allow her to take the dog to the dog park, so Mike gave me a key and made arrangements for me to pick his dog up every morning to take her to the park with my lab.

That dog would see me at the door and start tearing around the house in circles. By the third circle, I'd better have the door open 'cause she was coming through. She loved going to the dog park.

I got to know that dog and I was actually sorry when Mike returned from his trip. But here's the real kicker. Because of changing schedules, I didn't see Mike or his husky for a couple of years. Then, one weekend, a very nice husky ran up to me and greeted me like an old friend. I asked the young woman that was with her who this was, and she said, "Oh that's Leah – Mike's dog. And you must be Leah's uncle Ron." The dog remembered me after all those years.

I learned that huskies take a while to warm up to you but, once they do, you have a friend for life.

 

Credit: www.dogforums.com

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