People often ask me about my dogs. As some of you may know, I have three dogs. An older dog named Buddy (I take no responsibility for this name – he was a rescue) who is part Siberian Husky and part Cattle dog – we think. He’s now 14 but in great shape with bright blue eyes. He’s the glue that holds – or herds his pack together. Jade is my six year old Siberian Husky. Quiet and mild mannered – she sometimes accompanies me on showings when buyers bring their own cars. Over the years I have had a cohort of buyers who find her to be a soothing presence and they indeed ask me to bring her along.
Tundra is the youngest. There is always a mover and shaker in any group and in our little pack – Tundra fills that role. If there is a roll of toilet paper extending all through the house – it is a fair guess that Tundra is responsible. Anytime something is missing from my kitchen counter it is generally due to Tundra’s good offices. In any case, a few weeks back I was able to snap the great shot of my “problem child” Tundra which you can see to the right. Its tough catching a “moving target” in a good pose, but this was one worth sharing.
Since I am often asked – a white Siberian Husky is not an albino or any other type of mutation. White is a natural variant for the breed. How I ended up with two white Siberians at once is purely coincidental. They are cool looking dogs I am often greeted with the question: “What kind of dog is that?”
I also played with the photo on an on-line site for special photo effects that I came across a few months ago. Even though I found it a while ago – but just started using it for some of my pictures. So here is Tundra times 4 – The site is really user friendly and the effects are really cool. If you want to check it out go to www.befunky.com.
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