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Hey it's Tim. The guy from los angeles who purchased a male puppy from you in december. He was from the litter that was bred for the sled dogs, and I got one of the leftovers. I want to apologize for not updating you sooner, but time flies. I want to start by telling you how amazing he is. We ended up naming him "Memphis" long story, but the name has stuck. I have had dogs my entire life, but Memphis is hands down one of the smartest and beautiful dogs I have owned. Everywhere I go with him, people stop me just to say hi to him. I take him plus my other two other dogs everywhere, and at only four months old (and 40lbs!!!) Memphis is almost always off leash with me and never leaves my side. I take him hiking, swimming(which he loves), cross country skiing (he runs right beside me) and mountain biking. Everyone is amazed at the fact that I am able to keep a "siberian" off leash. I could go on for days about how thankful i am and how great Memphis is, but I want to keep this email somewhat brief. I have also included a few pics of him to give you and idea of what he looks like. Like I said, he is already 40lbs at 4 months of age and he is amazing!!!
I'm sure you probably don't remember me my name is Jon and I purchased a pup from you about 4 years ago now. I haven't had a computer for quite some time now and just got back online and wanted to send you an email and some pics. Her name is Mia (My-ya) Koda and I was told that she is 60% wolf mixed with malamute, all that I know is that she is the sweetest pup that I have ever had. I work out of my house so I have been with her everyday since I picked her up and have only left her for no more than 5 hours a couple of times so needless to say the bond is pretty strong. She loves to hunt and has been quite succesful with rabbits and even a couple of birds, sometimes I'm amazed at how inteligent and graceful these animals are. I have an older male husky that she got along with except he didn't like to play so I got a Neopolitan Mastiff puppy when she was about 2 years. To say that she took the role of the mom would be the understatement of the day. She would lay on her back and let the pup run and jump on her or bite her tale and not one time would she ever get upset, it still puts a smile on my face. I was able to have all three dogs in the yard together until my husky growled at the pup for drinking water too close to him out of a kids pool and the next thing I knew she came out of nowhere and took it to my husky pretty good (8 staples in the neck) until he submitted. Not like it's a suprise to me or you I'm sure but needless to say after 2 years since that happened she still wants a peice of him. She is well socalized and hasen't met a person that she didn't like and even though to me she looks a lot more like a wolf than malamute my neighbors still havent put it together yet and I see no need to tell them, I didn't get her to look cool. Unfortunately she just blew out her back right knee and will be getting surgery on it next Tuesday but I'm going to a vet that has done thousands of these proceedures and is considered the best around up here and sinse she is only 4 and in great shape he says that she is the poster child for getting this done and she will be back at 100% in a few months but it still kills me to see her down and out especially because it just snowed and she loves nothing more than playing in fresh snow. I'm sorry that I haven't been able to write to you sooner and I'm sure you don't remember me but I had to send you something letting you know that she is ok and how lucky I feel to have her, I wouldn't trade my little girl for the world! I hope you are doing well and if anyone is looking for a refrence by all means you can use me.
These are my 6 mos pictures of Aria born 4/12/11. The parents are Bear and Loba, she came from southern Utah.Aria loves the outdoors and goes for walks every other day.Aria weighs in @ 43 lbs She is a very good eater and always cleans here bowl.Aria was potty trained @ 4 months and does numourous tricks her favorite 2 things are talking and stealing.She grabs her hair brush off the coffee table and runs outside so I can chase her very active and smart enough not to get in trouble.I wish I would have purchased her brother Tritan also.Two equal twice the love great dog.everytime it is time to eat she goes in the kitchen and speaks to me to hurry up. Salmon and rice is here favorite dry food.I am very greatful to have brought from a great breeder she is healthy and has more energy then you could expect. Our breeder brought here down from Utah to Las Vegas where my parents live and I crated her back to Los Angeles drove. Will check back in 6mos with more pictures. Thanks again.
Hi! This is Stella. My family bought Annie (once Jessabelle) from the Osito breeder this July. She just turned 6 months a few days ago.
We just wanted to thank you for introducing her to our lives. Simply put, she is Awesome! Not only is she intelligent and loyal but she is also curious and willing to please, not to mention downright gorgeous. Nearly everyone we meet tells us how beautiful she is, all the kids want to pet her, and she loves them right back! Sure makes one heck of a guard dog; she'd gladly lick intruders to death and demand belly rubs! In her obedience class, she's picking stuff up really fast and focuses really easily. Interestingly enough, like the rest of the family, she's stubborn and has a bit of a big temper; I think we've all found our doggie soulmate. ;)
We weren't sure about buying a puppy online, but it worked out in the end. I also wanted to thank the Wolf Husky Pups site for providing support. As Annie was our first dog, we had a lot of questions and the breeders were ready to answer them. It was wonderful to know that someone would always be there to help.
Here are a couple of pictures of Annie over the past three months. In the most recent pictures, she is just two days post-op from the spay and missing fur from her belly. We still regret getting her spayed because she is so perfect in every way and would most likely have produced super pups...anyhow, we can't expect to do everything with our first dog and we've got to uphold the contract.
Please feel free to use this letter or the pictures on your buyer letters or help in choosing page; I've personally found those very helpful. Thanks, Stella
All I can say is wow. WOW. I have never in My life had a pet like Gage. He is so smart, and I feel like He knows things like when I have a bad day or when Im excited because He is so attenative to Me. He is My best friend, We go everywhere together and Everyone always asks Me where I got Him. I always tell Them how to get in touch with You because I wish Everyone could have a pet this special. I dont know what else to say except thank You so much and as soon as I get My Camera working I will send new pics.
Hi i wanted to write and tell you what a wonderful boy kahuna is. I have to say he is nothing like i expected at all. I raise Dobermans and Rottweiler dogs and i thought that they were smart. Kahuna makes them all seem like they are all slow. He is so differant. Kahuna does not bark, although he does make a lot of noises that seems to me more like he is talking to me. he also howls he does this if he is separated from me he just isn't going to have that. He spends a lot of time watching me and mimicking things that i do. For example he watched me get a pair of pants from the closet on the hanger, and then he proceeded to do the same and he does this everyday now. He has things hidden throughout the house if I move one and its not there when he checks on it he chews me out so to speak lol i love it. He is so smart to smart for games like fetch he looks at you like you dummy you threw it you get it. i love this guy he goes and does everything with me. I am going to try and get his canine good citizenship i know he is smart enough now i just have to convince him that he wants to do it. I think for people who have time to spend with these guys they are ideal. I urge them though to consider seriously the fact that they are so smart and if you just want them because you think that its cool or the way they look that those people please do not get one. They are not for throwing on a chain or in a kennel they deserve to be with you a valued member of your family. The personality and antics make it worth everything. I love my kahuna and I thank all that helped me to get him. Sincerely, Kimberly j