Husky News Newsletter
Hello again, and welcome to this between-issues update.
A great mentor of mine was commenting the other day about how much time I spend working on my Business and the fact
that I never seem to take any time off. (I didn't hear him mention how much time
our dogs spend sleeping, but that's another matter...)
He's right of course...I'm always working on something at a million miles an hour.
As we spoke, he related this story to me.
Imagine you've just been told you've got a serious disease and you have to immediately go to Hospital and stay there
for the next month. Imagine you've been told you've run up a medical bill of $12,000.
Imagine you're staring up at the ceiling wondering what you're going to do next.
Good thing you're imagining, because in reality you're not in hospital.
You're not $12,000 in debt.
In fact, you've got a wonderful day ahead of you.
Take the time off. Grab your husky and go for a stroll down to the beach or to your favorite park.
Watch the people go by.
Throw a ball or Frisbee for your pet.
Sip a coffee like a tourist with all the time in the world.
Think about taking some time out and relaxing for a bit.
Does this also apply to you? Probably...
We all act as if we have the world's burdens on our shoulders, when in fact we don't.
A day out with your favorite canine companion, and your family of course, will make you calmer, more relaxed and
give your brain some time to recuperate.
You'll understand what life is really about.
It's not about chasing your tail (pardon the pun) all the time.
You're not stuck in a hospital looking at a ceiling. Get those feet moving and take a walk.
I'm taking our dogs for a walk right now...and I'm going to start doing it a lot more often from now on.
Your husky needs proper training and regular encouragement from you to ensure he learns to behave
well when you take him walking.
lots of time with your husky, and training him to behave while you are out
and about among other dogs and their owners will be time very well spent.
Dog training is everyone's responsibility, and it never ceases to amaze me
when I see poorly behaved dogs being allowed to run amok by their owners in
parks and on walking trains.
Don't let this happen to you. Make sure you start training your husky from
the very beginning, even if he isn't a puppy when he comes to live at your
It's never too late...
Happy dog training and walking,
Until next time,
P.S. before I go, I thought I'd share this wonderful short video of a
husky puppy. How could you not love this beautiful little dog - Check
it out here