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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by ScottR, Jun 11, 2018.
So sorry for your loss.
In an other thread I spoke about our four Alaskan Malamutes. Got a request to drop some photos by @Coral Sky Music
So after some issues with uploading, here they are at last.
First off is our oldest, male, named: Atugaa
Second is a female named: Maruuk
Third and fourth, our two puppies. Well puppies... More an equivalent of bulls in a Chinese shop atm. In the front is Kinnuu and in the back is Natchick.
Very sweet! Oh, and the guitar too
Gorgeous pups. Being fan of wolves when I was a kid, I always wanted one.
I am still waiting for my PRS to arrive, should have been delivered yesterday but still not here. As soon as it comes in and the energyballs are quiet or sleeping I will try to take some pictures with them. The puppies do love to chew on wood so need to be careful.
Thank You for posting your pictures.
Your dogs are absolutely beautiful..It's not everyday that I get to see a white Malamute & your 2 puppies have amazing markings.
My parents used to breed Samoyed's when I was younger back in New York. Best childhood friends anyone could ask for.
Here's our golden pyrenees pup, Dakota, guardian of the chickens...
@Coral Sky Music , you don't see them very often indeed and she got mixed up with a Samoyed on a regular basis. Our daughter is very fond of the dogs and are her biggest friends too. Next winter I have a 4 dog team for the sled. This year the puppies will just be running along.
Dogs rule and cats drool.
Don't have any pics of my pups at the moment but they are right here laying beside me as I type. Two girls, sisters, Ginger and Sugar. Pit Bull / Boxer mixes. Sweet as can be and my buddies.
Some best friend, i just caught her chewing on one of my favorite sweat shirts. Popped her nose, now she's looking at me like my 9 year old did when i swatted her on the backside for some foolishness.
Short video on the way back from a 20km hike with the dogs. All were very tired, especially the puppies as they found it was a good idea to wander off and discover the forest by themselves when I was turning the sleigh around. Snow was deeper than they could walk. Took about 20 minutes before they were back.
That looks amazing! Thanks for sharing.
It absolutely is! The interaction with the dogs and the beauty and silence of nature. During weekdays I often go after work when night falls when it is completely dark and only the stars and moon that give natural light and if you are lucky you will see aurora borealis.
I consider myself lucky to have this kind of environment as my "backyard".
Erik...Awesome video...thanks for sharing!!!
Beautiful dogs...and Breath-taking scenery.
That's fantastic man! Thanks for sharing it! DOGS RULE!!!
Where is your “backyard?”
My "backyard" is located in Norsjö, Västerbotten in Sweden. High up North where there are still proper winters.
And may there forever be. The penguins may be moving to the other side of the equator soon (no 11top, not nuns).
Nooo... your dog's name is Ginger Baker? I can't handle it, that's so adorable.
Yep, all of our pups have been music related. Two that are no longer with us were Ace (Frehley), and Nikki (Sixx). The Mrs named the old bird we had Tina (Turner), and the fish The Supremes.