Siberian Husky
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Home:Hertford, NC  [I have a diary!]  
Age: 12 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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   Leave a bone for Queen

She doesn't know how close to being renamed Mary Kate! (see sister Ashley's picture)

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

December 21st 2004

Being with mom and dad, treats, car rides

Being left alone even when left with several of our other huskys but she has calmed down quite a bit now and the destructive behavor has stopped.

Favorite Toy:
An old shoe of mom's, underwear, shirts etc. Bandit, Zoe and Sheba.

Favorite Food:
Like the rest of our "kids", anything that doesn't eat her first!

Favorite Walk:
Around the yard (we have 6+ acres)

Arrival Story:
Adopt 2010 Contest ...... The girl who rescued her first had to give her up due to her own health problems. We saw her on the internet as a courtesy listing from Siberian Husky Assist in Bristol, VA / TN.

Queen is a very sweet high energy girl that came to us in early January 2007. She had always been an outside girl but took to the house immediately and completely. She was pretty much blind in one eye and had poor vision in the other due to cataracts. She had corrective surgery in May 2007 in her left eye and on her right eye in August 2008. She likes to play ROUGH especially with Zoe Bandit and now Sasha. She has very vivid blue eyes.

Forums Motto:
Dogster DOTD April, 12, 2009

Thanks Snowi & Co.:

RockYou FunNote - Get Your Own

I've Been On Dogster Since:
February 25th 2007 More than 9 years!

Rosette, Star and Special Gift History

Dogster Id:

Meet my family
01/15/2005 -
7/20/99? -
10/20/2001 -
Rustie 1995?
- 1/7/2009
Abby 1997 -
05/02/97 -
MollyAileron 1984
- 1996
AJ (Ariel
Jordan) 1989
- 2003
Tasha 2003? -
Lucas CGC
Turbo (Bo)
10/29/1997 -
Luna (Adopted)

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Queen's diary

January 31, 2010

February 5th 2010 12:52 pm
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I was a BAD girl today!!!!!!!

The receiver that I wear for our "invisible" fence failed today and I got out of the yard. Mom and dad caught me and got me into the house. Mom then put Lexie's receiver on me and put me back out and I immediately blew through the fence again! I then led them on a merry chase all over the yard, through the swamp, along the highway, and back and forth through the cotton field several times. I was having a blast ignoring dad's calling me and then circling around behind him then running by him at full speed! Finally I went back home where mom caught me by opening the door on dad's truck so I could jump into it. Now mom and dad won't let me out off lead like before, which is a bummer. Oh, and now I have a brand new receiver to wear.


May 25, 2009

May 25th 2009 7:37 am
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Well, not much to report as such since my last entry.

I guess the biggest event was the arrival of my new boy toy, Max, several weeks ago. He is a great toy though I do have to share him with several of my other brothers and sisters, which is good as he does have the tendency to wear us all out. I mean he is a furry bundle of pure energy!

Zoe had the lump removed from her left front leg which proved to be a low grade type of cancer. She is doing fine and though she is SUPPOSED to be taking it easy because of the stitches, she hasn't slowed down a bit! The stitches are to be removed on Thursday.

The only other thing that happened was a couple of weeks ago when I caught and killed a water moccasin. Dad found me with it in the drive way and took it away though :=( There are more out there for me to get .... I know this because dad has gotten three himself ..... so I'm sure I will find another to play with or maybe have a tug-of-war with one of the other kids just like Rustie, Lexie and Abby did several years ago.

Well, let me go now, got to protect the yard from the snakes and then dig in the pile some more!


April 23, 2009

April 23rd 2009 6:23 pm
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A Lot to Drink About
Written by: Jimmy Buffett
Performed by: Jimmy Buffett

Up on the East side of Manhattan,
They’re still dancing with the stars.
While over in sub prime city,
It’s getting angry in the local bars
Watching the news only gives me the blues
There’s too much going wrong.
It takes the likes of me to hit the reboot key
and write a high speed drinking song.

Millionaires losing everything.
Hey, welcome to the other side of life!
There goes the yacht, there goes the Rolls,
But, you get to keep your wife!
And don’t forget the automakers
swimming up stream like a trout.
They let the shi* hit the fan
and then they made a plan
We’ve got a lot to drink about.

It’s the price of oil,
the war of the spoils.
Where’s your bucket for the big bailout?
Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan,
We’ve got a lot to drink about.

Now, Madoff made off with all the money.
Now his clients are down to skunk weed.
Repeat after me, it’s so easy to see
We’re only talking simple greed.
And those Somalian pirates are counting all the gold.
While Bush and Cheney ain’t around
and all the good lookers seem to be Czech hookers
from Key West to London town.

It’s the price of oil,
the war of the spoils.
Where’s your bucket for the big bailout?
Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan,
We’ve got a lot to drink about.

So pour me some Tennessee whiskey,
pour me a fine Jamaican rum.
That loud mouth soup
gets me kind of looped
Tequila, of course I’ll have some!

Now the family devalues
and little children count their net worth
and the truth wherever it’s hiding,
can be found on Google Earth.
Citibank’s buying jets with our money.
I wanna flog ‘em with a buggy whip.
I hope Obama and Joe won’t let the volcano blow
and patch the hole in our sinking ship.

It’s the price of oil,
the war of the spoils.
Here’s your bucket for the big bailout?
Iraq, Iran, Afghanistan,
We’ve got a lot to drink about.

Recession, Depression, the question good God
CNN keeps bumming me out.
I can’t take another doomsday moment.
We got a lot to drink, a lot to think,
a lot to drink about.

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