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#33 - What were you trying to achieve?  [+] (19 new replies) 06/24/2014 on no! bad moon-moon +12
#34 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
Well first I was tossing treats to the dogs, working on obedience training while also teaching them to catch a tidbit of food on command.

Then my mother's beagle (you can see a tiny, tiny bit of her in this photo) tried to catch a bite of the treat, but ended up bopping it with her snout and it landed in a bucket of water.

I got her another, then looked up to see my husky, ears-deep in the bucket, snatching up the treat she missed from the very bottom.

I threw another in on purpose, and he retrieved that too.

Just to fuck with him a bit and see what would happen, I threw a rock, maybe about the size of a walnut.

He took it out, walked over to me, and put it down at my feet.

I figured after that, he wouldn't be interested anymore, since there was no more reward...but when I threw another rock in, he got that one for me too. And the next. All kinds of rocks of all different sizes, every time, for as long as I would do it.

I really don't know why it amused him so much.

I'm really not sure why it amused me so much.

But it was definitely unusual.
#36 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
I guess it's mostly weird because this is a dog who does NOT fetch.

As the basic job description of a husky, they usually won't.

You throw a stick and sure, they might chase it to determine what it is, then sniff it, possibly piss on it and go about their business.

So the fact that mine fetches rocks - out of a bucket of water - is just a little...peculiar, I guess.
User avatar #63 - comexx (06/24/2014) [-]
Goddamn, that husky+wolf eye combo looks as cool as fuck!
#64 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
Haha, thank you~

That is actually all husky genes though!
Wolves never have blue eyes, even though liars will claim they do. Even a dog who is half wolf or more will very, VERY rarely have blue eyes.

This is my friend's dog. He's 70% timber wolf; a rescue actually. I love him to death; even though he is a LOT harder to take care of, he is a rare case in which despite having a good amount of wolf in him, he's actually a very social, lovable, friendly animal most are very shy and skittish .
To me, at least. He's not blindly trusting and if he doesn't like someone, he just won't go near them, though. It surprised me the first time I saw him brush someone off when he's always been so affectionate with me from the moment I met him.

As you can see, wolfies have pretty golden yellow, or sometimes hazel, or even topaz-orange eyes.
User avatar #66 - comexx (06/24/2014) [-]
Yeah, I meant the brown eye is the wolf eye and the blue eye is the husky eye. At least, all of the huskies I saw had eyes like those
#69 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
And my other friend's purebred husky. One brown eye, one blue eye, no wolf. It's common for huskies and husky mixes to have blue, brown or even amber and sometimes gold eyes, without any wolf in them at all. They're very interesting animals. < 3
#67 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
Nope, he has a dark chocolate-brown eye. Not wolfy at all, actually. When I say "low content, mostly husky" I really do mean mostly husky.

Like 90%. His mom was a low-content and his dad was a pure husky, so he looks like an exotic version of a normal husky, who happens to be twice the size of one. You can see how soft and doggy his eyes look here, brown included.

Compared to ~ ...
User avatar #73 - exotic (06/25/2014) [-]
not had a mention by you in quite a while
User avatar #74 - Dember (06/25/2014) [-]
Been busy! Never fear exotic , I'm still around! c:
#68 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
Brown wolfdog eyes. This one also belongs to my friend who has the timber wolf mix I posted. Still very intense!
User avatar #46 - frankwest (06/24/2014) [-]
Your dog looks cool as fuck.
10/10 would lifelong bro with.
#56 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
In case you might like to see, his daughter (right) and granddaughter (left).

Nova's a surprisingly lazy old fart and won't really play with the other dogs much, but he stood guard over those pups like a sentry when they were tiny little newborns.
He's a bit of a prude when it comes to other animals, but he's a very loyal prude.
User avatar #57 - frankwest (06/24/2014) [-]
All of these dogs are insanely majestic.
#58 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
They are noble, magnificent creatures.
#54 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
Well thank you. c:

His name is Nova. He's mostly Siberian Husky with a tiny bit of Gray Wolf. I used to think he had a lot more wolf in him than he actually does, but he's just an overgrown husky mix.
That's a good thing, because if he really had as much wolf in him as I first believed he did, I'd have been SO in over my head. He was enough of a handful as it was, but he's such a good boy. < 3

He is currently seven years old now and definitely still my best bro. His daughter and granddaughter are like kids to me as well.
Huskies aren't the breed for everyone, but if you're devoted enough, they are some of the most unique creatures you could possibly have a bond with.
#59 - kankerhond (06/24/2014) [-]
It looks all soft and cuddly :o
#60 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
In all honesty, he's not the most cuddly dog. He's not the least bit antisocial or aggressive, but he's not a fan of being clinged to or hugged. Actually he's much more content to allow this from children he's never met before, than me or anyone else he knows. His favorite thing ever is to just spend time with me, be next to me and get petted and loved on, and to go places, go on walks, play together and have a good time. But if you go flop down next to him and try to give him snuggles, he's more likely to huff and get up and walk away - or worse...consent with over-enthusiasm and drown you in slobbery dog kisses with drool like snail slime.

As for cuddlers, this is my cuddle-bug. She's not related to him like my other two huskies (who also love to curl up next to, or on me) but she is the most stupidly cuddly animal I have ever met.
Since I've had her, I can't remember a time I've slept without a soft, fuzzy, silky 65 pound dog pressed up against me with her big fluffy head and one leg reaching across me to hold on and make sure I don't go anywhere. It's safe to say I never get cold. She's half Siberian husky and half German shepherd.
#61 - kankerhond (06/24/2014) [-]

I have my girlfriend for cuddles, but a dog seems nice too
#62 - Dember (06/24/2014) [-]
I thought I should elaborate - the reason he doesn't really care for hugs and cuddling is because, to a dog, "hugs" can mimic mounting. In the canine world, that is of course expressing dominance; it's a challenge.

He's a big easy-going sweetie who won't as much as look people in the eye (and everyone wants to, because of his beautiful bi-colored eyes and he'll just keep turning his head away) because he's such a big passive baby.

So if you hug him, he mostly seems a little sad and apologetic; like he wants to know what he did wrong. You know the act - that look dogs get when they know they're going to be in trouble. So rather than hugs for my own benefit, his favorite is ear and chest scratchies.

You're definitely right about how soft he is - and that plush coat of his is so thick and fluffy, you can dig your fingers right down into it before you even find a dog underneath all of it. Not gonna lie, he's probably the best bud I've ever had. c:

One thing I CAN do, is carry his 90 pound butt around like I did back when he was a puppy. He loves it and goes right to sleep if I hold him long enough.

Lucky. I want a girlfriend too. whynotboth.png
#232 - That's not how democracy works  [+] (1 new reply) 06/22/2014 on ocd 0
User avatar #233 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
Oh. So democracy is unilateral?
#230 - It does though, if people want to be part of a different count…  [+] (3 new replies) 06/22/2014 on ocd 0
User avatar #231 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
If we live a democracy the rest of the country could vote to keep it united.
#232 - enialis (06/22/2014) [-]
That's not how democracy works
User avatar #233 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
Oh. So democracy is unilateral?
#224 - well you seem an expert in cultures, tell me what's enough to …  [+] (6 new replies) 06/22/2014 on ocd 0
User avatar #226 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
Almost all those things change from place to place. And that doesn't mean every place should me a sovereign country.
#230 - enialis (06/22/2014) [-]
It does though, if people want to be part of a different country. That's why we live in a democracy
User avatar #231 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
If we live a democracy the rest of the country could vote to keep it united.
#232 - enialis (06/22/2014) [-]
That's not how democracy works
User avatar #233 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
Oh. So democracy is unilateral?
User avatar #225 - notnewaccount (06/22/2014) [-]
Yeah, by culture I meant nations. Sorry.
#27 - you are partly right, it is true for some south california nat… 05/13/2014 on Murics 0
#18 - Although it probably wasn't strictly necessary for the d…  [+] (1 new reply) 05/13/2014 on I agree with you Scarlett... +1
#23 - anonymous (05/13/2014) [-]
I'm not a sexually frustrated teen. If you want to fap, the number of nudes on the internet fucktuples daily.
#419 - wacha gonna do about it 05/13/2014 on Cutest Pet Pictures 0
#418 - Don't question my taste in names 05/13/2014 on Cutest Pet Pictures 0
#5 - Damn you Michael Bay  [+] (5 new replies) 05/13/2014 on I agree with you Scarlett... +90
#14 - anonymous (05/13/2014) [-]
I actually respect him for being alpha enough to deny her like that. She needed to be knocked down a peg.
User avatar #20 - IamSofaKingdom (05/13/2014) [-]
Well, I agree with you man. Also her role in Iron Man 2 sucked. The one fight scene she had to be cool ended with a pose and a close up of her face after literally every move.
#18 - enialis (05/13/2014) [-]
Although it probably wasn't strictly necessary for the development of the movie
or my dick
#23 - anonymous (05/13/2014) [-]
I'm not a sexually frustrated teen. If you want to fap, the number of nudes on the internet fucktuples daily.
#15 - glacerose (05/13/2014) [-]
Now thats an unpopular opinion
#126 - oops some Star Wars fans are getting pissed at you  [+] (1 new reply) 05/07/2014 on A New Hope 0
User avatar #127 - konradkurze (05/07/2014) [-]
as fat neckbeard star wars geeks do

stuffing their faces with junkfood brings on malnutrition-based anger issues
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