Best Tricks: He would sneeze and raise & lower his head if my father asked him if he wanted a cigarette. (My father did quit but King would still do it.)
Arrival Story: King was born on July 5, 1954 while we were on vacation visting relatives. He was named after Sergeant Preston of the Yukon's Siberian Husky, King.
Bio: King was very close to his mother Ring. I grew up with both of them through my growing up years. King was very loyal and protective of us children. When I was in 6th grade, a friend and I were in the woods looking for wood plants for a science project. We went into the woods too far and got lost. While we were trying to find our way out, we came upon a hobo camp. When the hobos started to chase us, King defended us and man did we run to get away! Without King I am not sure what would have happened us. Most likely they were just trying to scare us though. I almost forgot to mention one of the most important things that King did. My parents were putting in a new septic system and the hole filled up with water. My sister was 5 years old and was out in the back door yard playing and fell into the hole and couldn't get out. King's barking alerted my brother who was next door playing baseball and he saved my sister. If it hadn't been for King, my sister would have drowned. King went to Rainbow Bridge in 1966. Rest in peace my little guy.