LMAO, my puppy is FAR from sweet and easy. She's a little monster, and will most likely get worse before she gets better. She's part Akita, and some Akitas stay in their "puppy phase" for two years.yes I think your crazy lol many dogs don't start to get to their hyper phase untill at least 6 months old sometimes later. if you think your puppy is sweet and easy to handle now I'd like to see what you think in 6 months.
However if you think you are prepared and have done all your reasearch and know what activities you want the dogs for, then go ahead and be crazy.
But we love her. Wouldn't trade her for the world.
Our activities to do with the dogs include playing with them (we're fencing in our 5 acres this spring) going for walks/hikes/runs, and camping. Luna's an active dog... so if we're going to get another dog, that one should probably be active, too.
I've done a lot of research on Siberian Huskies, and this one sounds completely opposite of what I've read, and THAT scares me. I wonder if the people trying to rehome this dog are being completely honest...
Honestly the thing that concerns me most is the health of the dog. They say he's healthy.. but I want to make sure. It isn't that I wouldn't be willing to front the vet costs and take care of a sick dog... it's just that we've gone through so much with Luna since we got her, health wise... I'd like a healthy dog this time, LOL. (Now, I know things happen, but I want to make sure I at least start out with a healthy dog).