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ARIEL has found her furrytail ending!
January 27, 2017
Our little firecracker was popular right from the start with her red hair and eyes of emerald green, but it was Rhi and Ashley, along with Iddy the Dashie and Sooky the cat, that she chose to reward with her presence.
Ariel is your typical redhead - a little bit fiery but all cuddles and smooches underneath. She was the first one to take her first steps and most things had to be done her way. I miss her antics and her bossy little ways, but we know she's the apple of her new family's eyes.
Happy furrytail ending, Ariel!
ABOUT ME: Hands down, I am the crowd favourite. As if I wouldn’t be, just look at my amber coat and emerald eyes. I am definitely the firecracker of the group. It is my way or the highway peeps. Even Mum gets told to pull her head in if she thinks she can tell me what to do. Look up “sass” in the dictionary and there is my photo in full colour!
If I were to have a new family with another dog, they would need to have that easy-going nature and tolerate my ways. On the other hand, if I were to be an only dog, I would need a family dedicated to making socialisation a priority once my vaccination status allows.
THE GENERAL INFORMATION: We know the first thing you thought was “OMGEEEEEEEE PPPUUUUPPPIIEEEESSSS”. And yes, that is a completely normal reaction. But we are true Huskies in all senses of the word and will require the standard Husky-suitable homes.
We have shown our abilities when it comes to climbing and digging. For those reasons, any new homes will be required to have a minimum of 5ft secure fences. We are still very small and crafty, do not under estimate us! So for the next little while, we will require a safe puppy pen, crate or enclosure should you need to go out, we cannot be left unattended in the yard just yet.
For the past 8 weeks or so, we have known our Mum and our siblings. Being the breed we are, we would flourish in a home with another doggy companion who could handle being jumped on and climbed all over. Cos that is what we do. Husky play is rough and we are some of the best! Of course being young, we can be brought up in a home and taught to live alongside pesky things such as cats, they will be fun to chase though. If we are to be the only dog, that would be considered as long as someone is home more often than not. All of us will need to attend puppy preschool, and the SHAMROQ girls can help out with some recommendations for that.
We have a whole life ahead of us and it will be up to you to mould us into the perfect canine citizens. Well as perfect as a Husky gets anyway, we are always going to be a challenge!!