Siberian Husky – Postcards for the Lunch Bag

Artwork- Zebra Zensations Technical Pen and Daniel Smith Watercolor on Hahnemühle ‘The Collection’ Coldpress Watercolor paper. Reference photo courtesy of Tanya50 on Pixabay.

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4 thoughts on “Siberian Husky – Postcards for the Lunch Bag

  1. Great painting of a Siberian. We had one for a short while and such a smart, ACTIVE, wonderful dog. Those blue eyes really capture it. Our tenants made us get rid of it, as it was going to grow to a size not allowed. We were heart broken. But the best part is that a man from Northern Minnesota was visiting relatives in our town and bought her. She was going to live in a Snowbound acreage. The young man said he already had a small dog-sled made for his future Husky. We always felt Heidi got a great deal in the exchange. No regrets. 🙂

    1. Thank you, Judy! It’s so sad when you have to give up a pet because of practical reasons. I had a much loved Doberman that I had to find a new home for after my father had a stroke. Working two jobs to help pay for him to stay in a decent home – he couldn’t move at all, couldn’t talk, just blink his eyes. That left me with no real time for a very social and active dog. I found him a good home with a retired couple who could give him 24/7 attention and felt I did the right thing, but I still wish I’d had more time with him.

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