Esky-In loving memory 2001-201

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Age: 14 Years   Sex: Female   Weight: 51-100 lbs

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Esky Girl

Doggie Dynamics:
not playfulvery playful

Quick Bio:
-purebred-dog rescue

November 1st 2001

Long Walks, Long Naps, Running

When the dogs try to play with her and she does not want to play.

Favorite Toy:
Chew bones, does not play with toys.

Favorite Food:
Treats, cheese, meats and warm soup poured over her kibble

Favorite Walk:
Around the neighborhood.

Best Tricks:
Jumping and chasing her people around the yard. (TAG)

Arrival Story:
After my husband's German Sheppard died at the age of 14, he swore he would not get another dog. However he soon found that he really missed having a side kick of his own, and began looking for a new pet. We went to Petsmart on a Saturday afternoon and looked at the many Husky's up for adoption. We took a few of them for a short walk and introduced the dogs to our female cocker spaniel (Buffy) to make sure that they could get along. However, it was the shy and aloof dog that crept into my husbands heart that day. Her name was Blaine and she was estimated to be between 18-24 months of age. She had lived in an small apartment and was turned in by her owner and placed in Husky Rescue. At the time of her adoption we were given a packet of paperwork, breed history and other related information by the Husky Camp Rescue Society. On the drive home I read aloud the information and came across the fact that the Eskimos once used the word "ESKY," to describe a dog, as well as the original Eskie/Esky or Sled dog breeds. We liked that fact and named our new girl Esky. She learned her name rather quickly and responded well to it. She has been with us for the past five years and has adjusted well. Esky gets along well with people and is a lover girl. She has a forever family who loves her and cares for her. Our cocker spaniel named Buffy is no longer here on earth, but in our hearts. So now Esky shares our home with Jazz and Ginger. (Sorry I guessed at all the dates, so I will be correcting that once I dig out her original paperwork).

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February 15th 2010 1:14 am
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Esky has earned her wings and has gone off to the best dog park in the sky. She will be missed by her family/pack here on Earth and we wish her farewell. We love you and are glad that we were a part of your life as you were a big part of our lives.
Forever Esky girl!

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