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It's January here in upstate NY, which means the dogs are outside and working hard, right?

Front to back that's Image, Eclipse, and Slick, and perched above them all, naturally, is Crow.
(Crow, btw, is the only one not blowing coat).

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It's January here in upstate NY, which means the dogs are outside and working hard, right? Front to back that's Image, Eclipse, and Slick, and perched above them all, naturally, is Crow.

Yeah.. those are working dogs, all right.
Crow's and Eclipse's head coloring - that brown crown with the black in the middle is what two of our puppies (Dancer and Bear) have.

Does anyone know if this is typical of any other breed of dog? Perhaps there actually is some Husky in the mix?

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Does anyone know if this is typical of any other breed of dog? Perhaps there actually is some Husky in the mix?

Pretty much all Siberian Huskies with what they call "Irish" coloring (it's not actually Irish as seen in other breeds) are born with masks, which fade as they age. They fade at different rates; Eclipse, who's 5, still has a lot of hers, while Crow's was mostly gone at 4. I think the black strip between Eclipse's eyes will be there forever.

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Front to back that's Image, Eclipse, and Slick, and perched above them all, naturally, is Crow.

Clearly you need to move the Husky Cam inside!

Lynne
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Pretty much all Siberian Huskies with what they call "Irish" coloring (it's not actually Irish as seen in other breeds) are born with masks, which fade as they age.

So, the "mask" is the thing above their eyes that goes back behind their ears? Sorry to be woefully ignorant.

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working hard, right?

lazy no good dogs! get out there and pull a sled!

Janet Boss
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lazy no good dogs! get out there and pull a sled!

It's been too warm here (in January!) to even train.
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@panix3.panix.com:
Front to back that's Image, Eclipse, and Slick, and perched above them all, naturally, is Crow. (Crow, btw, is the only one not blowing coat).

Very nice perching technique! Crow must be half cat. And Image looks NOT AMUSED. Not one little bit.

Shelly
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@panix3.panix.com:
It's January here in upstate NY, which means the dogs are outside and working hard, right?

Obviously, Crow is not that good at job supervision. Hire a new foreperson and you might get more work done. Or it could be that they are working really hard using mind control on the weather to produce some snow.
Paula
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