Our name says it all, we are DOG LOVERS! So that means whenever we have a chance to meet some new doggy friends, you better believe we jump on it. Our two newest friends are Huskies! And they are the sweetest, most beautiful huskies we have ever met.
The black and white Husky (on the left) is Cruise. Cruise just recently had surgery because he had cancer. Thankfully the cancer was operable so the doctors removed all of it and now he’s on cancer fighting medicine. These meds are quite expensive for his humans, but he brings so much joy to the world, they didn’t even blink an eye. They just have to make sure Cruise properly takes his medicine because each pill is a lot of money and a necessity to his recovery. What’s the best thing about Cruise? He just recovered from surgery and he’s as happy as a clam! Or, dog! Dogs are always so happy no matter what they are going through. They are such an inspiration.
The red and white Husky (on the right) is Ecmo. Ecmo was named after the medical procedure, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation. According to Wikipedia “Extracorporeal membrane oxygenation(ECMO) is an extracorporeal technique of providing prolonged cardiac and respiratory support to persons whose heart and lungs are unable to provide an adequate amount of gas exchange or perfusion to sustain life.”
Ecmo’s grandfather’s life was saved by this miraculous technology so he was given the name Ecmo in its honor. Ecmo is the sweetest of the sweet. He is ready for a nice walk around the park and equally as ready for cuddles.
Cruise is more slender and long than Ecmo. Ecmo has a thicker, more stalky build with fluffy fur. His tail is the funniest! It’s thick, round, and so fluffy. It reminds us of a red panda tail! If you’ve never heard of a red panda be sure to Google them, they are so cute!
Paws up to new friends! We love meeting new dogs, hearing their story, and learning their personalities. Just like humans, every dog is unique ♡
Kim is the co-owner of DogLoverStore with her husband, John. She earned her BS in operations management at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth. She enjoys walking in nature, gardening in the sun, eating sour candy, going on drives, yoga, and reading.