Delilah Happy Girl


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Picture of Delilah Happy Girl, a female Alaskan Husky

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"Let's Celebrate!!"


Age: 15 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs
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nobody will see me in here

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"nobody will see me in here"

my glamor shot pose

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"my glamor shot pose"

so tired

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"so tired"

next day, still tired

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"next day, still tired"

shotgun !!

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"shotgun !!"

yes, objects do look funny

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"yes, objects do look funny"

daddy pillow on long trips

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"daddy pillow on long trips"

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Nicknames:
Boo Nutter, Fuzz Butt, Boo Boo, Delilah Bee, Queen, Diva, Sugey Loaf, and many more!!

Doggie Dynamics:
 Energy 
sleepyenergetic
 
 Intelligence 
sillygenius
 
 Friendliness 
aggressiveaffectionate
 
 Playfulness 
not playfulvery playful
 
 Disposition 
anxiouscalm
 

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Quick Bio:
-part feral-dog rescue

Birthday:
August 22nd 1999

Likes:
Snoozing on the bed, couch, or in her chair, but also car rides

Pet-Peeves:
If her daddy and I aren't quick enough, in her opinion, to respond to her when she wants something.

Favorite Toy:
Her squeaky snowman from Santa Paws & her squeaky sneaker

Favorite Food:
Cheese - all kinds, steak, eggs, bacon and FROSTY PAWS

Favorite Walk:
The local nature trail and along the creek

Best Tricks:
Catching snowballs, moles, honking the truck horn, her "flying paws of fury", poking her treat bags

Arrival Story:
Delilah's Daddy stopped by the the shelter to take a look and saw Delilah sitting at the back of the cage shaking. There was no doubt that she was the one. I had no idea that there would be a fuzzy little wonder waiting for me when I got home from work. The first words that I said to her when I first saw her were, 'who are u?!?!?!?' in the pitch of voice like an excited little kid. It was an instant bond between us and we have been inseperable ever since. She is very spoiled but she deserves it. In return, we get lots of love and laughter and good times from our Delilah Boo.

Bio:
Squirrels drive her crazy!! She'll circle the tree in the backyard chasing them around it - but they always win that game. It's so funny to watch. Delilah does love steak and eggs, a good back and shoulder massage, and the snow. She'll "talk" your ears off - it isn't a bark so much that it's almost a kinda of howl and in different tones depending on how long it takes her to get her way.

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Queen of All Creature Comforts

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Not a good day ...

May 20th 2014 6:46 pm
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It is with a heavy heart, Delilah passed this evening after a brief bout with lymphoma. She was active right up to her final days, and let nothing dampen her spirit. She's with her mother now, and can continue her afterlife in the best of care. I will always cherish your memory, and miss you fuzzy girl ...

 

Still Kickin'

February 15th 2014 9:18 am
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Somebody sure does love the snow. Just like a kid, up early to head outside and play in the snow.

 

Spring '13

April 15th 2013 2:38 pm
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Well we made it thru the winter. Guess shedding season is about to start :(

Boo got sick last fall, vet said it was intestinal cancer, suggested putting her down. She had lost weight, about 20 pounds, and refused to eat, and getting sick all the time etc… The more I thought about it, the more I felt the vet just blew us off due to her age. So off to vet #2, which bet his bottom dollar she contracted hook worms somewhere (did have her in the kennel the month before) and her whole intestinal tract was inflamed. Plus the blood work didn’t support cancer, her stats were better than mine, even with her being sick. Apparently these worms do not show up in the standard test. So he gave her some pills that would kill anything that wasn’t supposed to be in there, and some for the inflammation. Over the winter we ate small frequent meals of whatever she had a notion for, and she slowly started putting some weight back on. Other milestones along the way were the ability to jump up in the truck for rides, jump up on the bed etc.. So now she’s back to her old plump self, running around like a 3 year old nut case, and yelling at me for not moving fast enough for whatever she wants. So we’re pretty much back to normal, except now we no longer want anything at all to do with dog food, we’ll hold out for the good stuff that comes off the grill, or the stove, or that big cold white box with the goodies. I’ve created a four pawed food critic ….

 
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