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#43 - mikesch
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**mikesch rolled a random image posted in comment #23 at MFW when fridge is empty **   
   
And that works?
**mikesch rolled a random image posted in comment #23 at MFW when fridge is empty **

And that works?
#41 - charpmike
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**charpmike rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at News Flash...Crisis on FJ ** mfw even a dog can beat me in cod
**charpmike rolled a random image posted in comment #1 at News Flash...Crisis on FJ ** mfw even a dog can beat me in cod
#66 to #41 - arbazio
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**arbazio rolled a random image posted in comment #347735 at Anime & Manga ** Animals, huh?
#47 to #41 - evilklown
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#42 to #41 - CrazyPsycho
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**CrazyPsycho rolled a random image posted in comment #2 at Asian ** sweet roll
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User avatar #44 to #33 - threadcreator
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My dog watches TV.
#53 to #44 - Dember
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My dog likes to watch dog shows, actually, and dog agility trials.
He doesn't really notice many other programs, though.
User avatar #56 to #53 - threadcreator
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That's adorable as ****.
#57 to #56 - Dember
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aww shucks
#60 to #57 - threadcreator
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#61 to #60 - Dember
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<3
User avatar #62 to #61 - xXMattMiguelXx
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Just wondering, what's up with his eye?
#64 to #62 - Dember
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Nothing, he just forgets to put his other contact in. Sorry.




(google "heterochromia" ... or just "huskies")
#65 to #64 - xXMattMiguelXx
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Oh, I thought there was something wrong, judging from the 2nd picture that you posted (because it looked kinda reddish).

Oh and huskies are just damn adorable, you are cool for having one.
#67 to #65 - Dember
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>"having one"

Actually, Nova there is 37.5% gray wolf (low content)

His pup (the red girl on the right) is 81.25% husky, 18.75% wolf (very low content)

and Raiya is 50% husky, 50% german shepherd c:
#70 to #67 - Dember
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His pup came out with the more "normal"-looking both blue eyes.




She's just. ... Less normal in other ways.
User avatar #69 to #67 - xXMattMiguelXx
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That's just awesome.

I wish I had awesome dogs like you...
#72 to #69 - Dember
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define "awesome"
#74 to #72 - xXMattMiguelXx
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Huskies...
#86 to #74 - Dember
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Here's a (giant wooly) malamute playing with Nova's son, Ash.
The little guy there is the brother of the goofy red girl.


At six months old, this malamute was the same weight as Nova, and her paws were twice as big as his.
#76 to #74 - Dember
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Except that's a malamute. ouo
User avatar #39 to #33 - herberto
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LAWWWWWWL.
C'mon dude.
2 eyes = depth perception.
User avatar #37 to #33 - isradam
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If that is true, how can they chase balls?
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User avatar #40 to #38 - isradam
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I suggest you take him to a vet.
#35 to #33 - bonestrong
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I showed this live stream about cats to my Shih-Tzu. And it started too look at the cats and follow their movement..
User avatar #36 to #35 - ASDLSD
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Weird, when I show my dog something he just stares blank and doesn't follow or anything or he looses interest and just walks away
User avatar #55 to #36 - Dember
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Dogs rely heavily on scent when interacting with something. If they can't smell it, they know it's not real. Some are intrigued by the visual aspects of things like television, some aren't.
Mine rarely ever notices the television unless he sees (or more likely, hears) other dogs. He did growl at the speakers when I was watching Alien once, though. I think he just didn't like the sound effects, but he scared the **** out of me either way.
#30 - anon id: b76fe66c
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HAH you cant beat my cat! When i play LoL and theres a lot of movement (typically a teamfight) it jumps up on the keyboard so i die.... wait
#32 to #30 - anon id: a5669289
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Mine did that too, but got a seizure instead
User avatar #29 - pauseskaermen
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aim dog ? :O
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User avatar #27 - thalfak
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Can you record this OC? :O
User avatar #13 - gorginhanson
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Gasp! Cheater!
#9 - teroch
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Aren't most dogs adopted. I mean, they aren't born into the family.
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not in kasachstan
#85 to #15 - milkandboners
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#16 to #15 - trevanman
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wat
#17 to #16 - anon id: c900d3f3
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i think he meant kazakhstan
#18 to #17 - trevanman
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yeah....I got that part.
I was asking how kazakhstani dogs aren't not born into the family. (so they actually ARE born into the family)
User avatar #10 to #9 - DingoJ
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well the dog i currently have was the puppy of a dog i used to have, so what he's saying is he got it recently i guess
#11 to #10 - teroch
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That was the only other thing I could think of.
User avatar #14 to #11 - turboderp
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Boy do I want a dog.. A Huskey. Sadly, I'm about to work on a boat in 6 months so I can't :c
#49 to #14 - Dember
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Listen to this person. I own two and a half huskies myself, and while they're beyond beautiful and intelligent, they're not the dog for everyone; they definitely have their downsides that make living with them difficult at times, so don't ever get one unless you're truly, genuinely devoted.

People get them because they're pretty, but most owners keep them for about six months, sometimes a year or two before dumping them at a shelter because they got in over their heads and they leave the dog to suffer because of their irresponsibility. Do your research, and don't be one of these people.

As a quick summary, they are strong-willed (this is a nice way to say that they are stubborn as hell), very high-energy dog who needs a lot of exercise, shed like crazy and needs to be brushed regularly (do NOT shave them, they have sensitive skin and get sunburns and skin infections!) and they are escape artists that can hop six foot fences and dig out of rock-hard ground. They're bred to run and they will, so if you want a dog you can trust off-leash, never get a husky. They can also be very destructive and noisy when left alone, demolishing furniture and even walls and doors -- that power cord or a broken glass dish or ornament could be the end of your dog, so crate training is a must.

My best advice would be to try fostering one before you even consider adopting one permanently.
Perhaps try a husky mix when you do, so you don't get the full brunt of their more negative traits until you're ready for it, that's what I did; then you have the bonus of having two to enjoy, which can be surprisingly easier.
They're very social animals, so most love a fellow canine companion to play with -- and that helps wear them out so if you miss a walk here or there, it's not the end of the world.
Luckily, they are relatively inactive indoors, so even small houses or apartments are just fine, as long as you walk them regularly, even a treadmill works great for mine.
I wish you the best of luck!
User avatar #90 to #49 - turboderp
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As said earlier, I can't get one anyway :c At least not in the nearest future.. Maybein 5-6 years ++
#166 to #90 - Dember
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I thought you said months earlier. That's unfortunate. Perhaps someday, at least?
Also, keep in mind the Alaskan Klee Kai, a miniature version of the husky. They come in various sizes from around ten to twenty-five pounds. More costly and harder to find, but you can enjoy the traits of a husky with a mere fraction of the cons; great for anyone who loves huskies and wants one that will stay the size of a puppy without retaining the naughty puppy behaviors, if raised properly of course.
User avatar #181 to #166 - turboderp
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well I don't like small dogs :P That's one of the reason I want a husky, they got a nice size on average.. I like a dog I can play with without feeling I will break every bone in their body :c That would make me kinda sad
#215 to #181 - Dember
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Actually, average huskies are just 30 to 60 pounds or so, 80 for unusually large ones. Malamutes on the other hand tend to be around 50 to 80 pounds, and giant malamutes can run upward of 90 to 120+, with the absolute largest I've ever seen being 150 (not overweight), largest in the country with accurate, vet-proven scales. They're great dogs also, but they have a much different temperament than the average sibe. They're both very hardy animals, though, absolutely; often more so than you see in most dogs of any size.

I wouldn't really advise heavy roughhousing with any large dog, but a husky or mal in particular; they have a high prey drive and they're very physical animals, and getting down and wrestling with them just reinforces what they already know: they're stronger than you, and naturally more suited to "fighting" with teeth and strong jaw pressure at their disposal.
Play-fighting WILL make your dog much more likely to bite humans for any reason, even social and people-loving breeds like the husky; if they are regularly allowed to mock-bite, they're a lot less trepidatious about doing the real thing when they're genuinely angry, afraid, or just not getting their way and feel like giving you a good nip like you're a subordinate puppy to see if they can assert themselves over you -- they're predisposed to want to challenge the leader to keep the pack strong as it is.
They can definitely enjoy a nice walk, run, jog or a game of fetch or even tug of war just as much as a more physical game.
User avatar #302 to #215 - turboderp
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I don't like small dogs, they look wierd and they must be carried when they get tired. They're boring IMO
User avatar #19 to #14 - MakiChan
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have you had a husky before? they may be cute etc but theyare really high energy and shed ALOT. they are working dogs and can be high maint. i hope you can get one one day they are smart dogs.
User avatar #20 to #19 - turboderp
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Well, I've only had cats, which is nice.. But as I grew older I realized that cats are.. well.. not as fun as dogs, and I have wanted a dog for half my life atm. but my parents wont let me have a dog, I have to wait until I live alone.. soo :c But when I get older, I'll get one, and I'll take it to the mountains! (I live in norway, so we got plenty of them..) My friend has a dog, and it might be alot of work, but it's absolutely worth it.
User avatar #22 to #20 - MakiChan
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fyi a husky is a tough first dog lol im sure you have plenty there...they love the cold. try researching breeds and find a good beginer dog. huskys are fun but if you dont train right away and make sure they get excersise its good. then brushing everyday is a must and many dont like to be left alone for too long....workings dogs dont forget...they get bored lol. mine are nuts when i have to be at work longer then normal then i wear them down in the yard .
User avatar #23 to #22 - turboderp
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Well, hopefully I'll meet a girl who is Ok with dogs and could care for once in a while, but I'm sure that if I got a dog I would train him when he wanted to.. exept maybe in the middle of the night :c (sad dog :'( ) Oh, and.. and.. I don't have many interests other than gaming, but I'm kinda geting bored of that.. and.. well.. I love going to the mountain, as long as it's not like ********* of rain and I fall :/ But.. well.. I think I would be able to take care of it properly..
User avatar #305 to #23 - Dember
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If you're into horror games, check out Amnesia: The Dark Descent.
You'll be desperate for a nice fuzzy animal to snuggle and cling to after even watching, let alone playing that one.
User avatar #306 to #305 - turboderp
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mostly LOL and some MC
#307 to #306 - Dember
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Pussy.
User avatar #308 to #307 - turboderp
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I just don't like single player games..
#309 to #308 - Dember
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Oh, of course. Everything is easier when you have an army of happily chatting friends to make it all okay. To be fair, that wouldn't even make it much less terrifying. Search &quot;dildobitch amnesia&quot; on youtube if you want to know what I mean. Seriously. Do it.
Oh, of course. Everything is easier when you have an army of happily chatting friends to make it all okay. To be fair, that wouldn't even make it much less terrifying. Search "dildobitch amnesia" on youtube if you want to know what I mean. Seriously. Do it.
User avatar #313 to #309 - turboderp
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Implying I play with friends :o

Anyway, playing with other players mayjust be some of themost terrifying things one can do.. All these trolls, and I get SO ANGRY ALL THE TIME when people derp arround. **** it :c

Good night man, because I think you're a man. Sleep tight and sweet dreams
User avatar #25 to #23 - MakiChan
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well with training you are the boss you do it when you want to. start with little at a time and keep repeating it. distract with treats and reward when they do right. mine all sit stay heel and walk next to me on a leash and so on all on comand. i also taught them many wierd tricks for no reason lol. you have to be dedicated to training dogs or you will end up having the dog be the boss etc. dont treat them like they are cats. im sure you can do it but theres many that dont bother trying and they jump tear things pull on leash and so on ...they also treat small dogs like toys and not dog thus the bad behavior. well one day you will get one and it be fun.
User avatar #26 to #25 - turboderp
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hmm. Well, I'll do my best :D Anyway, it's many years until I'll be able to get one anyway, since, as mentioned earlier, I'll be working 4 weeks on a ship, weeks home in 6-7 months.. :c dunno how long that'll last, probably untill I settle down

anyway bye
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He even looks like the hounds you send against enemies.
#4 - slantedvanity
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#3 - conbro
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Stolen from Reddit, nice try but OP is still a faggot
#5 to #3 - gliese
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he never said it's his dog. the picture just says that because like you said its from reddit.
#6 to #5 - conbro
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He implied it by never saying it wasnt his
User avatar #24 to #6 - wacemindu
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HOLY **** GUYS... That means I'm dating Kari Byron and I single handedly killed Justin Bieber
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So since nobody has ever said I can't shoot torpedoes out of my ass that means I can?

Holy crap, the Russian Navy better watch the **** out
#12 to #6 - UA partay
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By that logic, if a girl doesn't explicitly tell me that she is not my girlfriend, that means she is? Aw yeah.
By that logic, if a girl doesn't explicitly tell me that she is not my girlfriend, that means she is? Aw yeah.
#7 to #6 - gliese
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lol really?.. is that how it works now?
#2 - rabaneristo
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I play with my cat. When he sees movement he doesn't give a **** and I die, because I'm really bad at this ****.
I play with my cat. When he sees movement he doesn't give a **** and I die, because I'm really bad at this ****.
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