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Someone recently asked me if there was a way to know if a husky puppy would keep their markings as they got older. I've seen them keep them, markings get bigger, and lose them. So I told her that I'd ask some people that might know. Pss its you guys haha.
Contact/organisation details: Canine99 pm myself or call 07542 360407 Does the animal have rescue back up?: Yes Location: London Number of groups: 1 (repeat the following for each group) Group: 1 Number of animals: 1 Type/Breed/Variety:
Hi everyone, i'm new to these forums and was just doing some research on Huskies and had some questions! I do plan on getting a pup sometime in the future but I am kinda picky, I want my family to have our perfect pup after all. Anyways I was wondering
KOHAKU(co-haku) Description Kohaku, a member of the Gosanke family, are koi with a solid white (shiro) body, and red (hi) patterns over top of the white. Kohaku are believed to be the first koi variety ever developed. Red fish first began to appear
I've had some comments on Willows streak on her nose and mouth so I thought it would be kinda fun to see if any of your huskies have unique markings too. Here is a photo of Willows.
Hi y'all. My brother bought this puppy from a 'breeder' and told he was a purebred staffie however I have encountered a lot of debate when I have told people this as he clearly seems to have rottweiller markings. Are there any staffie enthusiasts that
I got this cool looking "confused" Normal/Banded Snouted cobra yesterday.It's around 1.4m now and has a massive attitude problem ! It has banding on it's tale for about 1/3 of it's length and dotted bands the rest of the way with one solid