Likes: Watching cows...being with mom...playing with Andy (cat)..stuffed dog toys and chewies
Pet-Peeves: The vet...when mom is mad at me...other dogs thinking they are in charge...
Favorite Toy: Wolfie
Favorite Food: Chicken and Filet
Favorite Walk: Allegheny State Park
Best Tricks: Could hear mice under the snow and dive through the snow crust and come up with a mouse! I could talk about anything, but I heard that most husky's can do some of that.
Arrival Story: "Mom adopted me from the SPCA. I was with my mom for 12 wonderful years...traveling through many, many states. But always with mom. When I was 6, mom bought me a cat and we had the best time. He would tackle me and I could put his whole head in my mouth but I never bit him. We were best friends. I broke mom's heart when I passed away and Andy's too."
Bio: Mom: " Sammy had Chron's disease and could not retain food. She passed away in August of 2000. As was her character...she was a protector of cats and loved Andy....she acted like he was her kitten. She was always there for me and I thank her for being my best friend. Sammy went over the Rainbow Bridge where I hope to meet her again....she taught me the meaning of true friendship and companion love. I was lucky to have been chosen to have her. She was a true blessing!
I know that people love all types of dogs, but once you have had a big dog....one that you can put your arms around and leans into you, you would understand what a wonderful friend the big dogs can be. I wish that apartment landlords would not discriminate so much against them and instead take action against the owners who don't clean up after their dogs or "interview" the dogs to be sure they are acceptable (instead of being breed-discriminatory). More big dogs need to have homes and little dogs have an advantage in being allowed into apartments. Sammy lived well in a variety of apartments and never did live in a true "house". They will live where we are and are happy just to be with us.