If you dont know this is a Siberian Husky.I just love her to death.
She is 4 years old and I got her when she was 6 months old from a friend.
She is so lovalble and she has the gorgeous ice blue eyes.Una is very
protective of her family and she will alert you when somebody strange comes around.Una is extra special to me because
I got her right after I lost my pet Duke.Una will never replace Duke but she made
a new place in my heart and she is my baby!!
This is my latest addition to the family.His name is Jumper my son Michael named him. We got him from the pound on his last day there!!! He is just a puppy right now but the pic is a bit bigger but he will get that big I believe.Jumper is 8 months old,and very playful. He is scared of his own shadow,and just barks at everything that moves outside. Una and Jumper get along great just play and play and chew on things lol
This was my beloved Duke.My husband got him for me when we first got married. He loved to hunt and run just run like crazy and he was 6 weeks old when I got him. He was really good with my son.I lost Duke to the highway he got off his chain and got hit by a car when he was 6 months old.We sure do miss him.
Companion animals are an important part of our lives. They give us love, companionship, comfort, and are fun to be with. They ask for a little in return...a good diet, exercise, health care, and affection. The one thing they need most of all is to be wanted.
70,000 puppies and kittens are born in the USA each day. Every litter adds to the surplus. Your litter may find good homes, but they may breed more puppies and kittens who may not find good homes and may end up being dumped or destroyed.
At the City/County shelters only a small percentage are claimed by owners or adopted into new homes. Most must be put to death.
You can do your part in helping us fight the battle against too many unwanted animals by having your own pet spayed or neutered.
too faithful to leave, too frightened to run.
He's been there for days now
with nothing to do
but sit by the road, waiting for you.
He can't understand why you left him that day;
he thought you and he were stopping to play.
He's sure you'll come back,
and that's why he stays --
how long will he suffer? How many more days?
His legs have grown weak, his throat's parched and dry;
he's sick now from hunger
and he falls, with a sigh.
He lays down his head, and he closes his eyes --
I *wish* you could see
how a waiting dog dies!
CLICK ON MY DOG UNA AND SHE WILL TAKE YOU TO MY FRONT PAGE!