Saturday, 4 January 2014

Saturday Sibe-Vibe!

Hi there! 
Come to catch the Saturday Sibe-Vibe?
GREAT! I'm glad your here because I've got some great Husky facts and a wonderful video to share with you!

Ok let's get started!
Did you know that Siberian Huskies are one of the oldest existing dog breeds and are thought to be more then 3000 years old!


#2 Siberian Huskies and Malamutes remain closest in appearance to wolves out of all other breeds.

#3 Siberian Huskies are often mistaken for Malamutes. Although they are extremely similar in appearance there are big differences between the 2. One of the differences being size. Malamutes are a bigger dog then the husky. Other differences include shape of the eyes, eye color, and also the positioning of the ears. While both breeds are amazing, they do have their own traits.

Now i'd like to share a video with you that I found through animal planet.
This video is called Siberian Husky 101.
It shares about the Siberian Husky saving Nome Alaska in their Diphtheria outbreak in 1925 by delivering a serum that otherwise would not have made it 600 miles in horrid freezing snowy conditions.

The video also shares about the temperament of a Sibe and other great info as well. Please take the time to watch. It is a wonderful short video.


Siberian Husky 101 

I hope you enjoyed the video as much as I did!

Now time for a blog hop! I am taking part inRuckus the Eskie's Saturday Sepia! 
I will keep with Ruckus's nature type theme with a sepia snow shot.












Feel free to link up and join in the hop!!!
Thanks for reading and stay tuned tomorrow for Black and White Sunday!


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33 comments:

  1. Sepia-toned streaking snow falling...I love it! Arooooooo!

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  2. Interesting reading about the Huskies.

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  3. Cool! Especially the sepia snow photo!!

    http://sumskersandearlskers13.blogspot.co.uk/

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    1. Yea I thought that pic worked out well in sepia! Thanks!

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  4. Great sepia shot! I love the Animal Planets Dogs 101. It is one of my favorite shows on that channel. People sometimes confuse Bentley, my Basset for a Beagle. He tries not to be insulted since he likes Beagles but his ears should be a giveaway. : )

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    1. Lol Yea I love animal planets dogs 101 also! They always have great info!!

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  5. Some good information there, thank you! We did enjoy the video so thanks for sharing with us!

    We will pop by again tomorrow!

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    1. Thanks for coming I'm glad you enjoyed! And sure I will return the favor and subscribe to your blogs!
      ((Husky hugz))

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  6. Love your new background and great facts. I love the 101 breed videos they do such a good job at them.

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    1. Do you? Thanks so much! I was wondering if the background was a little to busy, but I just love because its a wooden sign I have above my front door and also where I got the name for my blog so I thought it would be perfect!
      Yes the 101 videos are great! Always fun to learn about different breeds!

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  7. Nice snow picture! It's always hard to capture the snow falling but you did great!

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    1. It is your right!!! The flakes were huge that night so I took so many different pics to try and get a good one, finally I settled with that lol I like it! :)) glad u do to, thx so much

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  8. WOW!!! Awesome Photo!! love your site as well!!!

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    1. Awww thanks so much! I really appreciate that!!!

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  9. Great sepia shot of the snow - very cool. Thanks for sharing the 101 info too.

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    1. Thanks Slim! Thanks for coming to read! :))

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  10. Hope you are enjoying the break from the terrible cold and are ready for the snow! Lee and Phod

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    1. Yes! That was horrible that cold eh?!?!
      thanks goodness its back to the norm winter temps!!!

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  11. Once woo meet a Malamute, woo SO understand the difFURence in size!

    I know that each time I see Blaze - and the furst time I met Summit when we went on our Trek to The Tundra!

    Mom does wonder if I've got some Mal in me since my tail is a wee bit fluffy AND my chest is a bit more barrel-like -

    And the brown eyes are a MUST!

    Happy Sibe Vibe-ing!

    Hugz&Khysses,
    Khyra

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    1. Happy Sibe-Vibe-ing!!! I love that!!!!!!
      Yes the brown eyes and size is a huge difference, thats for sure!
      Thanks so much for coming by! :))

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  12. LOVE the snow streaks in sepia! Looks like you're getting snow in your little part of the world!

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    1. little part of the world? LOL yup we sure are

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  13. Whoa, how did you get those snow stripes in the sepia photo? Was it really snowing that hard? Nicely done. Thanks for linking up to my bloghop Sepia Saturday! I'm still going around making my visits to all the linkups!

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    1. Yes it was hard actually BOL!!! I took like a million photos to get the perfect one. The flakes were huge that night, and I was trying to capture how big they were as they fell, but that didnt work out so I went with this one lol!
      Thanks for coming Ruckus!

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  14. Love the red cape on the Siberian Husky super hero! lol I didn't know about these videos. I just looked up the Australian Cattledog one. Very cool. Very Cooper! Love your sepia shot!

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    1. Thanks very much! I absolutely love that video! animal planets 101 are great!!
      BTW I tried to leave a comment on your page today but there was no spot to?
      Not sure if that was intentional or no, but I thought I would let you know :)) Thanks for coming

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  15. Great picture and nice to learn more about the breed. :)

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    1. Thanks guys! I appreciate you coming! :))

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