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When I Was Quoted About Fostering Huskies

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   #Flashback ~ 2014/2015 ~ Harley & My Quote & Best in Print Award ~ Featured in AmericanPet Magazine   It's funny, looking back over photos and published articles, and things I enjoyed with my dogs for my weekly #FlashbackFridays...while I remember every moment spent with them, this one hits a little different now a decade later. I came across this image above in an issue of AmericanPet Magazine, which I loved to write to for and do miss this magazine as it is on an indefinite hiatus. My photo of Harley with the then-newly released book Getting Healthy With Harley was featured in the magazine, and my quote was also highlighted! And then, my book being named "Best in Print!" Huge honor. Seeing it now...almost 10 years later...I feel proud of that book, which I just recently read to my grandson's class because he said it was his "favorite book!" Oh, how that touched my heart! 🥰 And then, to have a quote of mine highlighted by the publisher/edito

Rescuing Aria: Calling Upon a Village to Help A Starving, Sick Siberian Husky

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"Aria" on her rescue ride out of the shelter. Aria is an abandoned Husky that is a starvation case MUSH Rescue stepped in to help. In order to give Aria the medical care she needs, will take a village of caring folk s. T he number of Siberian Huskies and Husky mixes filling shelters is at an overwhelmingly and alarming rate. Why are so many being abandoned? What do people think will happen to the dogs the drop off, or worse yet, just abandon to the streets? There are not enough people to foster and/or adopt them. The shelters are full beyond capacity and are scheduling these sweet dogs to euthanization because they have no room and no fosters to take them in. There has to be a way to get this under control...a way to reach people and say, "Hey, yes, that Siberian Husky is indeed gorgeous, but do you know their habits? Traits? Needs? Will you give him/her a home forever? Take care of the Husky in sickness and health? Be a responsible pet parent?" "Aria" fro

For All The Moms - Happy Mother's & Dog Moms Day!

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  Woo! Today is a special #FlashbackFriday as it celebrates Moms of all types! Dog Mom's Day is tomorrow, May 11, and Mother's Day is Sunday, May 12. So this blog post is for all the mommas out there! I also want to wish my daughter and BFF a very Happy Mother's Day! I love being a Mom and the forever FiveSibesMom. Being a mom and grandmom is my best role in life! And...I'm sending a special wish to north of the Rainbow Bridge to our FiveSibes Pack Momma, Harley, the Mother of our Huskies! Always missed, but I take comfort knowing they are all together again... And a very special Mother's Day poem for #Epi-dogs everywhere written by Epi-angel Shadow Pas De Deux's hu-mom and reprinted in my book, EPIc Dog Tales: Heartfelt Stories About Amazing Dogs Living. Loving Life With Canine Epilepsy.   I dedicate this post to my beautiful mother and first best friend who I know is keeping my  FiveSibes company, especially Gibson, who left shortly after my Mom *I believe* to