The people at Free Spirit Siberian Rescue sure know their huskies.
The first Siberian Husky I ever knew had “raccoon eyes” like this when he was young. As he got a little older the dark markings faded away and his face became mostly white, but in the first year or so he looked like this. This photo comes from a story about why huskies have blue eyes.
Ahh, yes, Siberian huskies ... photo courtesy of the Free Spirit Siberian Rescue page on Facebook.
Siberian husky puppies, courtesy of the Seavey Ididaride Alaska Sled Dog Tours.
From a cute little article titled, 10 things only a Siberian Husky owner would know. My life certainly changed after meeting and knowing several huskies.
The people who run the Free Spirit Siberian Husky Rescue page on Facebook keep hitting home runs with their posts. If you ever had a Siberian Husky, you’ve seen this face before.
The folks at huskyrescue.org continue to do a great job with their Facebook account. If you’ve ever had a husky, you’ve probably seen this in your rearview mirror.
If you like animals, and Siberian Huskies in particular, the Free Spirit Siberian Rescue page on Facebook is one of the most interesting/entertaining things about Facebook these days.
With the exception of our first dog, my wife and I always had Siberian Huskies. I can tell you firsthand that they like bones, big bones.
Suka passed away last week. She was a good girl.