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.
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.
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.
Yoshi 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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