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Feelin homesick (brought her from a Egytian Bedouin village to Europe)

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Might join the Dog-fi.

 

My wife and me did drive 7 hours each way to pick up up an crossbreed between Siberian Husky and Tervuren Shephard. The puppy pictures was just to lovely. Got him in the start of the summer in 2008. Been some work to get away the anxious side of the tervuren in him but we did a good job with him while he was little and now he is great. 26 kg so fairly light.

 

He is a super friendly dog that loves humans and other animals, dont bark or makes noises. But one negative thing is the all the fur, you need to love to vacume clean. Good thing is that he likes heat and cold and can sustain warmth up to 30 celsius without problems and cold down to -40celsius that it can become here in norway int he winter.

 

Anyway heres the little boy(some mobile pictures taken now and then):

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Feelin homesick (brought her from a Egytian Bedouin village to Europe)
With all that snow, I bet she is wondering what she got herself into. Good looker.
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Might join the Dog-fi.

 

My wife and me did drive 7 hours each way to pick up up an crossbreed between Siberian Husky and Tervuren Shephard. The puppy pictures was just to lovely. Got him in the start of the summer in 2008. Been some work to get away the anxious side of the tervuren in him but we did a good job with him while he was little and now he is great. 26 kg so fairly light.

 

He is a super friendly dog that loves humans and other animals, dont bark or makes noises. But one negative thing is the all the fur, you need to love to vacume clean. Good thing is that he likes heat and cold and can sustain warmth up to 30 celsius without problems and cold down to -40celsius that it can become here in norway int he winter.

 

Anyway heres the little boy(some mobile pictures taken now and then):

 

 

 

Interesting cross breed, what a stunning looking dog, very nicel!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Yeah he is quite stunning, hard to not feel it that way as im the owner though. Getting questions while walking the street or town quite often about what breed he is and how old.

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I pick up my adopted boy Thursday night I am very excited.

 

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I'm very sad today. Taking my best friend in tomorrow to be put down , Gonna really miss him!!!  Last pic.

 

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RIP Dexter

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I'm very sad today. Taking my best friend in tomorrow to be put down , Gonna really miss him!!!  Last pic.

 

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RIP Dexter

 

 I'm always thankful for the wonderful memories I have of all my previous dogs, but the hurt goes deep, so I feel your pain man, I wish you all the best mate.

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Thank you,

 

It's great to get that new puppy, but it sure hurts when they are at the opposite end of their life.

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he is waiting for me in heaven.... what a charmer he is.....12 great years we had. 

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he is waiting for me in heaven.... what a charmer he is.....12 great years we had. 


Wish you all the best too m8, dogs lives are way to short aren't they..


Edited by Quinto - 2/6/13 at 8:22am
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I'm very sad today. Taking my best friend in tomorrow to be put down , Gonna really miss him!!!  Last pic.

 

DSCF0937.JPG 5,815k .JPG file

 

 

RIP Dexter

wow, I thought I was a tougher man, but I'm taking this very hard!

 

Oh well, I'll try another rye and coke.

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RIP Dexter

It is always hard to part with them as they do become a part of the family. When it will be the time here again I need to take him to the vet as my wife can't handle it.

The best cure is often that new and cute puppy in your hands

Hard for some to believe have much a dog can mean for us "dog ppl"
Edited by Leonarfd - 2/8/13 at 7:18am
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My new buddy is now home smily_headphones1.gif
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