Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Is A Siberian Husky Right For You? Part Two of a Two-Part Series in Kings River Life Magazine



Part Two of my two-part series on the magnificent breed of the Siberian Husky is now out in Kings River Life Magazine is out! You can check out the full article in their January 9 issue HERE, 
where I talk to other Husky experts on the subjects of dryland and snow mushing, therapy work, special needs, and rescue. In case you missed the first installment, please visit HERE, where I touch on the history of the Siberian Husky, urban mushing, and training tips specifically for this highly intelligent, sometimes stubborn, but always fun, breed!

"If you know people who are contemplating adding a Husky to their family, please share my series with them to help in educating them on this...beautiful breed of dogs so the commitment they make to having a Siberian Husky will be a forever one." ~Dorothy Wills-Raftery

A Siberian Husky parent for the past almost 11 years, this is an outstanding and wonderful breed. With their stunning beauty, are also some very specific needs, training styles, and breed-specific facts potential Husky parents need to know before saying "yes" to a Husky! So, if you know people who are contemplating adding a Husky to their family, please share my series with them to help in educating them on this high-energy, extremely social, loving, howling, digging, shedding, love-to-run, beautiful breed of dogs so the commitment they make to having a Siberian Husky will be a forever one. And, as in my case, I bet they can't just have one! (The Siberian Husky "potato chip syndrome!") As always, if anyone has any questions about the breed or Canine Epilepsy, they may feel free to contact me at FiveSibes(AT)gmail(DOT)com (replacing, of course, the AT & COM with symbols).

To share my series: 


Once again, I'd like to give special thanks to BlogPaws! Through my membership as a pet parent, Husky blogger, photojournalist, and author, the Kings River Life editor and I were able to connect for this very special series.

 

4 comments:

  1. These dogs are so beautiful, mom said if we didn't have dad living wif us we might be able to get a big senior dog in need of rescue, but instead we ended up with a little senior man who needed rescue. Somedays we are not sure if she made the right choice...lol. Stella Rose, Maggie Mae, and Angus Mac

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    1. Oh, you guys sure gave me a little chuckle! ;-)

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  2. This is great Dorothy!!
    ღ husky hugz ღ frum our pack at Love is being owned by a husky!

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