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Re: Photography

Postby Invertalon » Fri May 25, 2012 7:18 am

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Re: Photography

Postby Real » Fri May 25, 2012 9:21 am

Ok. I will take your beautiful flower scape and raise you...


ADORABLE KITTENS!

These 2 are Storm and DontHaveAnameYet. Storm is the little grey tiger-print female. The orange male - cant find a good name yet. Wife wants Max, I say its too common. But Storm...yea...shes as unpredictable and erratic as a crazy tornado so Storm works. And then her being a female coorelates to the XMen character. She also instigates 90% of the battles they have but he finishes 90% of them. Usually with her screaming till he lets her go. Hes already sizeably larger.

I should add, they are now 9 weeks old. Got them Monday night.

And for anyone whos going to go the "should have gotten a dog" route, my apartment complex doesnt allow dogs. If they did, we'd have a siberian husky by now. But then Id feel bad because that kind of dog needs a lot of room. Soon as we find a house, thats one of the first additions. Hopefully the cats tolerate him by then, lol.
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Re: Photography

Postby Invertalon » Fri May 25, 2012 10:03 am

Huskies don't need THAT much room. As long as you have a yard and such and walk them to burn off some energy. I have a purebread red/white Siberian Husky and is by far the best dog I have ever had (although I have loved them all). He has the biggest personality, which I know many people say, but it is SO true for him. Sweetest dog ever, as well. Now that it's hot he does basically nothing, but I try to walk him when I can during cool mornings. He has spurts of energy where he just runs all over the house like crazy and outside as well. So they do like their energy surge space...

Cute kittens! I am severely allergic though... I like cats, sad I can never own them unless I get me one of them hypoallergenic cats. :p
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Re: Photography

Postby Real » Fri May 25, 2012 12:18 pm

How much was yours? Thats my dream dog. Yours sounds like a friend of mines huskie. He spazs for like 20min then hes calm and collected. But beautiful, smart and full of personality.

Either way, this place doesnt allow dogs. But i still want some yard for him. Oh and yea, he said during winter he begged to go outside but in the summer hes so hot he stays in. Lol. I can relate. Sounds like me. Screw the 94 degrees this sunday!

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Re: Photography

Postby Invertalon » Fri May 25, 2012 1:43 pm

We found a local AKC registered breeder, which basically means we have paperwork verifying his breed as well as his parents and so on. He was $300 and we got him when he was 8 weeks old. He is now five years old!

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Yeah, that is exactly how my dog is. When it is cool, he LOVES to be outside. Their coats are good for something to like -75*F or something crazy, so even when they have those winter-pet weather advisories, he just lays out in the snow as much as he can. It is NEVER too cold for him. It is hard to get him in sometimes. But in summer it is the total opposite. He goes out, does his business and comes right back to come back inside. He then lays on cold tile and wherever he can find coolest in the house. Although we have central AC, I leave my room AC on for him during the day so its extra cool for him up there. So he generally hangs out up there quite a bit.

Such a cool breed though. He is not too social, very careful around new people. He will sit back and watch more then anything. Huskies are supposed to love everyone, but mine doesn't. He is picky!

He likes to howl and sing... But very quiet dog otherwise. Does not bark at all, even at dogs passing by out the window. But like I said before, he will howl and sing if you get loud with him. As a puppy he was never destructive, although he did go through a shoe phase at one point... But it was pretty quick. Funny thing is, he never once destroyed my shoes. Everybody else though was not so lucky! He came pre-potty trained basically. I am guessing because it was an outdoor kennel he came from. He never had accidents, even as a puppy. Always rewarded him a ton when he was a puppy when he went outside, and it stuck with him I suppose. I can't recall him ever going inside the house... He has been a good boy.

I always wanted them myself and was so happy when my parents gave me permission to get one for myself (and to keep our other dog company). She got into the "mom" role really quickly, and raised him well. They can eat and drink out of the same bowl with no aggression and are really well together. He keeps her active now since she is getting older.

Huskies can be "stubborn" and self-minded though. If they don't want to do something, they will simply ignore you like you don't exist. Which is pretty funny at times. On walks of course, they always want to pull. I tried teaching him to heel but it simply does not work with him. He just gets into the "zone" when you get that leash out and nothing in the world matters to him but dragging you along. I recommend a shock-line type leash to help with the pulling!

Such great dogs though. Highly recommend them!
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Re: Photography

Postby Real » Fri May 25, 2012 3:38 pm

That sounds like an amazing dog man, its going to be tough when hes lived his life but I think he will have contributed to your life ten-fold.

Everything you said, I either laughed or thought "exactly why I want one". They just seem like an amazing breed. What you described about not wanting to come in when its cold is exactly what my friends dog does. He has to go out into the snow/cold and drag him in. Pretty funny.

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Re: Photography

Postby Invertalon » Mon Jun 04, 2012 9:11 pm

From last week at UO... I prefer it over Epcot's show myself. Saw it four times, a great way to end the night. Glad Universal added this show!

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Re: Photography

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Re: Photography

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