My blog is based on my life with my Siberian Huskies, Gracie, Echo, and Yoshi. I like to share about our hiking adventures and what life with a dog is like. I also review products that we use with my honest opinion to help owners find the right products for their pets! I try to focus on high quality brands and products, as I believe in only using top quality products for my fluff balls.

I am Katie, the girl. I am currently in school working on getting my degree in Veterinary Medicine. I am also working with The Puppy Pantry, a local pet boutique, as a store manager. I enjoy traveling, trying new things, hiking and hanging out with my awesome husband, Dylan.fullsizerender14

Gracie, my first husky, is a 10-year-old purebred Siberian Husky. Gracie had previously belonged to a family member who could no longer keep her when she was about a year old, so she came to live with me. Gracie and I have been close ever since. Gracie loves exploring and going on car rides. My beautiful bi-eyed girl is also a canine epileptic. Epilepsy is a seizure disorder that can affect a variety of animals and humans. Siberian Huskies are prone to epilepsy. Gracie was diagnosed when she was 3 years old. Her condition is mild compared to other dogs with epilepsy; she used to have seizures about every 4-6 months, but is currently 2 years seizure free.fullsizerender10

Echo is my best buddy and heart dog. He was born in late January 2016 and joined our family on Easter 2016. Echo is a rescue puppy from Releashed Rescue in Georgia. Echo is a Siberian Husky mixed with Rough Collie and just a splash of Chow Chow. His unique spotted fur pattern is called “piebald.” Echo loves just about everything. He loves all his toys, every treat, and any activity. He is a happy dog that loves being with his people. Echo is currently training for competition agility and rally. He has his Community Canine title and a Novice Trick Dog title.

img_1630Yoshi is our newest addition. We adopted Yoshi from Releashed Rescue in Georgia, just like Echo. Yoshi is about one and a half to two years old. Yoshi loves chasing tennis balls, playing with Echo, and getting belly rubs. He acts like a big puppy and just wants to play and give kisses. Yoshi seems to love food, but he can be picky if something seems too plain. He is a goofy ball of energy and quickly won over mine and my husband’s hearts. Yoshi is a perfect fit for our family and we are so excited to have him!

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Email me at agirlandherhusky@gmail.com

Thank you for checking us out and I hope you enjoy our blog!



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  1. My name is Crystal, I live in Georgia (Southern Georgia). I have a 4 month male Siberian Husky and I love him to death, but right now he is teething and I have tried almost everything i can think of to get him to stop biting me, my shoes, my clothes, etc. Is their anything that you can think of that might help me with this problem. I know that he will have his full set of teeth when he is 7 months but need help now. (this is my first husky, did all the research i could and I got him from a private person)..

    Thanks a Million,

    Crystal and Smoke the Husky


    1. Hi Crystal,
      Thank you for reaching out to me. I got Gracie when she was already a year old, however I have talked to plenty of other husky owners about teething puppies. They seem to find the best solution to be chew toys that he is interested in and redirection. When he starts biting you, get his attention with a rope or squeaky toy. He needs to know that it’s okay to chew on those, but not on you or your things.If your puppy is biting you, you want to make sure he knows this is an unacceptable behavior. If doesn’t learn this now, it will be more difficult when he is larger and has adult teeth. This is also a good age to enroll into a puppy obedience class. The trainer would help you with behaviors like these and he will learn proper manners early on. Maybe research some good teething toys and treats for puppies. I hope this helps and good luck with Smoke!



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