Thursday, December 11, 2008
Dad has been away this week, visiting his human parents in Florida. His being away has caused a major disruption in our routine!
You see, our HuMom works long hours three days a week. She's off the rest of this week so no worries. But for the past three days Kiley and I have been left alone in the house for almost 13 hours at a time! Good thing we have enormous bladders!
Our HuMom feels so guilty about our time alone while she's at work. But she has come up with a reward for us that makes those 3 days tolerable.
For the past three days, she's been making a stop at Burger King and picking us up our own Cheeeseburger! You may think that's no big deal however for our HuMom it is. She's vegetarian!
"the cheeseburger afterglow"
PS...when you going back to work?
Sunday, December 7, 2008
Wednesday, November 26, 2008
Wednesday, November 19, 2008
Thursday, November 13, 2008
HuMom discovered a bloody patch behind my neck. It wasn't healing so off to see Dr Connie at Boulevard Vets.
And I posed for a picture with the huge stuffy in the office!
Dr Mike was there instead and he shaved the area and cleaned my "Hot Spot". Then he gave me a shot of medicine to help me heal up.
For being so brave, I got a tasty cookie which I chomped down before we left the office.
I've always known I was a Red Hot Husky!
Tuesday, November 4, 2008
Sunday, October 5, 2008
So with Mom's feet all warm! We headed out for a walk at our fav local lake!
I love walking along the shoreline and exploring!
Kiley's favorite thing to do is "going fishing"! Is there any fish in there Kiley?
Hope you all have a peaceful weekend!
Wednesday, October 1, 2008
Tuesday, September 30, 2008
It's the first day of the so-called Jewish High Holidays which starts with Roshashana and ends next week with Yom Kippur.
It is also called the "Days of Repentence" or the "Days of Awe". According to the oral tradition passed down by the Rabbi's, on Roshashana, G-d inscribes the names of the righteous people into the "Book of Life". On Yom Kippur, the book is sealed. The next 10 days is spent trying to be a better person. To make ammends and to right oneself with G-d by performing acts of kindness and charity. This way, we're guaranteed to be inscribed to the "Book of Life" till next year.
May you all be inscribed into the "Book Of Life". Happy New Year!
Thursday, September 25, 2008
Friday, September 19, 2008
Arooroooroo! Hey everypup! It's been a busy week here and the HuMom hasn't allowed me to post till today. But the great news is HuMom bought me a new (well nearly new) Siberian transporter in "pull me over Red". It matches my fur purrrfectly. Of course, I've been wanting a new sportswagon like FOREVER! however the HuMom said we couldn't afford one. Oh the humiliation I had to endure riding around in what HuDad affectionaly termed the "HOOOPTY-Car". It clattered and clanked and sputtered but HUMOM kept driving it. Of course there is also drama involved with HuMom. The car died on her driving home from work this week. She barely made it to the service station and left it there. When the mechanic told her the Hoopty was a DNR, HuMom had no choice but to go out and purchase me a new set of wheels. But the funny thing is: the dealership where HuMom bought the new car actually paid her money for the Hoopty site unseen. she told them it was in miserable shape. Even the windows starting to not go down and the heater/ac fan broke this week too. They gave her almost $2,000 bones for the wrecked car and she quickly signed the title over before they could see the car and change their mind. HuMom had the car towed this morning to dealership and she said the look on the salesman face was "Priceless" when he finally saw the car we traded in. Especially since HUMOM couldn't vaccum it out first so they get all our dog hair and slobber marks too! harooorooroooo!
On a serious note, sibe vibes and prayers are needed for my BFF Molly.
Monday, September 15, 2008
(thank you Khyra for that visual)
All our visitors loved me. I especially bonded with a young couple named Tamar and Corey. Every chance I had, I snuck into their room just to be near them. They let me up on their bed and gave me snooter kisses and belly rubs.
But the best maneuver is what I call the Sibe Snout Missile. This maneuver proves red sibe world domination. Here's how it's done. You take a young unsuspecting guest wearing a short skirt. You approach her and let her fawn over your lovely red fur and dashing good looks. When she's not paying attention, you step behind her, place the snooter in her crotch then lift her skirt up over her hips! Immediately afterwards, you run to the opposite end of the house!
Thursday, September 11, 2008
Here is Scooter! Isn't he cute?
Personally I don't see the problem. I'm not sure why HuMom is so upset. Stayed tune to see if he shows up!
Sunday, September 7, 2008
This is Granite. He is furry furry handsome. He recently had a serious health scare and HuMom wasn't sure she would be able to see him this trip. But he's starting to get better and we're praying he's restored to health soon.
Friday, August 29, 2008
Sunday, August 24, 2008
Wednesday, August 20, 2008
Need to re home two perfectly new, never used Kong Wubbas. Would prefer they stay together as a pair. Seeking active family with a human person home during the day to throw the wubbas. Fenced yard preferred but not mandatory. Will hold till the holidays or can be used as a fundraising gift.
This pair was bought on a whim (after HuMom saw how the other Sibes loved their wubbas) but neither me or Kiley have shown any interest in. Seeking Sibe, Mal or Anypup who is willing to spend time with this lovely pair. Please contact my Mom at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange a home check.
Tuesday, August 19, 2008
My Malahoot sister and I stayed home to babysit Dad. HuMom went to visit her Dad staying in an RV park in Lake George NY. I really wanted to go, but the stooopid humans who own the park have banned Siberians. Can you imagine? Anyway, the park allows Yappinators so you can imagine what kind of place she stayed at. Poor HuMom, not a Siberian in site. Good thing HuMom has friends so she could still get her fur-fix.
Klondike has quite the life. Her human owns a kennel and grooming business and Klondike goes to work with her most everyday. Klondike's job is to greet all the pups coming in for boarding or grooming. They live in a region where everything is named "kill" ie Catskill, Fishkill, Beaverkill, Plotterskill but HuMom says nothing violent is happening there. The name "kill" is dutch for "creek". My HuDad used to live near there but downstate in the Hudson Valley. Driving through there, HuMom can see why my Dad misses the area very much. It's so scenic. Below is the Bear Mt Bridge HuMom passed to get to Klondike house. Isn't it beautiful?
HuMom's next visit came Sunday when she met up with Sue & David and two of their 9 malamutes: Cassi & Hemi. See Hemi's picture and description in the post below. Hemi is named after a truck and very wisely so.
Monday, August 18, 2008
Thursday, August 7, 2008
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