Most Unique Pet

In August 2009, we adopted Eagan when she was about 5 months old. Her owner was not able to keep her and she had not been cared for as a puppy should have been. Slightly malnourished, she quickly gained weight and size ! She was loads of fun and quickly became our then 4 yr. old's partner in crime. We were told about her breed (Husky and Black Lab) but had no clue what we were in for until I started researching the Husky side, which was confirmed by our veterinarian. I had a pure bred Black Lab years ago and knew of the playful, loving side. The snow loving, high energy puppy quickly gained weight as well as the love from our hearts and introduced us to a true Wisconsin winter dog. Joe and I are both from big cities farther East so becoming more "one" with the winters here will be fun with an animal who fully embraces cold weather and deep, beautiful snow in God's country ! Attached are pictures and a video showing a sample of the energy from our newest family member.

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