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    Was looking at some old pictures and noticed that years can go by, but some things never change! This is Kaya, my malamute/husky/shepherd cross doing what she does best...being lazy.


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    CUTE!!! That's so funny how they still have the same quirky habits when they grow up
    Carrie - Mom to my boys, Miles (a Ruby born 4/15/07) and Truman (a B&T born 11/28/07) and my girls, cats Hailey and Kayla (born @ 4/15/04 - they were found as strays )

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    Same pose...bigger body!!
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    Looks like it must be a comfy way to sleep.
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    what a cutie!!!
    Mom to Maverick (3-18-07)

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    Thats one lazy dog

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    Quote Originally Posted by ice-cavi View Post
    Thats one lazy dog
    Yep, she is very lazy. Right now, she is sprawled on the floor like a breathing lump. Spoiled and lazy. But I love her!

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    Quote Originally Posted by brotymo View Post
    This is Kaya, my malamute/husky/shepherd cross...
    That's quite some combination, is she hard work?
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    Quote Originally Posted by *Pauline* View Post
    That's quite some combination, is she hard work?
    it was for quite a while.
    If she hadn't been so absolutely adorable, I would have strangled her, I think!



    She is very smart like a sheperd, but has the malamute/husky tendency to just do what she wants and be aloof, regardless of what you tell her. This was my dilemma for nearly 2 years with her. Training was a disaster for a long time. Now she listens to me, but won't obey a word anyone else tells her (though she loves the kids). She has the protective tendency of the shepherd, and the goofiness of the sled dog in her.
    You can see her here about to thrash the other dogs for "mauling" my son.

    Now she is great, at 5 1/2. She comes inside, lays on her quilt and waits nicely for her treat and after that, she just chills unless she gets a drink of water or wants to be let back outside.

    Of her littermates, she is the only one who doesn't try to escape, (thank God for that). One of her littermates took out a window of a house that was very high (bathroom window, head height) to get out of the room they had her in. Another owner had to refence his yard in 6 foot fencing, and another owner/friend of mine just worries all the time. He lives on an island, so there arent too many places his dog can go when it gets out, but he does have to worry about gators and such.

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    aww too precious .is she a northern unuit then??? i love those dogs and i want one one day
    cavaliers are like chocolate...the more you see the more you want

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