Furmenators are great. We have a large one for the 60lb labradoodle.
Does it work on a beaver?
Come on folks. He's not importing the dog from Alaska. He's more than likely getting one from a local person in Florida. Point? The dog is going to live in Florida whether he buys it or not.
And they're amazing dogs. Incredibly loyal. If you bond with it you'll be it's pack mate and they get amazingly protective. I had two chows get in my backyard. My husky almost killed both of them before they could get out--anyone that came to my house was an enemy until the dog saw me with the person, then she was their best friend. She was great with kids as well. They require attention though, and if they get out of your enclosure they're a pain in the ass to catch. They like to wait until you're about 2 steps from them and then take off another 200 yards.
Everything you said about the loyalty of your husky I have heard as well. I am very excited.
I was also interested in an AmStaff. Those are freaking awesome dogs.
Who mistakes a Boston Terrier for a Boxer?
Found him as a puppy freezing in a ditch. He is sweet, loyal, funny, gentle, rambunctious, protective, intelligent, and friendly (if I have approved you and you're not a cat or a squirrel). It's obviously your choice and you've chosen an excellent breed, but there is more than one way to, ahem, skin a cat. Just a thought.
My wife wants a Pomeranian Husky..
I had a couple of wolf/malamute/husky mixes back in 2000. The malamute/wolf mix was super smart. He was one of the coolest dogs I've been around. I really would like to get another one some day.
She has your nose...
Nole getting engaged?
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Dang dog started heat yesterday at 10 months old...my vet wanted her to go into a cycle of heat before he spayed her. I need some doggy diapers.
I'd run it over.