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As many of you know, my honey and I spend a lot of time outdoors.
Our dog is not super fond of the cold being very short haired and single coated.
Today we got her into new footwear...
My stomach hurts from laughing.
While growing up in the '50s, one of the TV shows I would enjoy was "Sgt. Preston of the Yukon, and his mighty dog, King." I developed a real liking of the Northern Breeds. And after my good buddy, Oke', crossed the Rainbow Bridge three months ago, I wanted to pay tribute to him by adopting and saving another stray that was at kill shelter.
(This was actually taken on one of our walks! Little did I realize...)
Yesterday I adopted Juno from the Chesapeake Area Alaskan Malamute Protection (CHAAMP) organization. Juno was rescued from a kill shelter in Northern Virginia by CHAAMP. She is seven years old, and has been on sensory overload since coming home to her new surroundings. She stands about two inches shorter than Oke' and is about twenty pounds lighter. She still eats as much as he did though! This morning we saw the neighborhood domesticated deer with her two fawns. Juno will need to learn to not bother them. Today we will shop for a new leash and harness for my new pal. Something "Pink." for my sweetie.
Let's go home! Ready to leave CHAAMP.
Look how nice I can sit!
Mrs. Sailor and Juno bonding.