Malachi And Shiloh My Giant Alaskan Malamutes
Well, it was my full intention since I was around hub number 50 to devote my 100th hub to my pets but my 100th hub came and went and I still haven't introduced Hubpages to the loves in my life. I'm starting with more recent pictures and working backwards so...in case you're wondering why they shrink in size instead of grow.
Malachi is my giant Alaskan Malamute, and I have had him since puppyhood. Shiloh I rescued when she was one year old, which was a year ago. It has taken her up until about two months ago to ever speak or learn to play with toys. She had a very rough puppyhood and was terrified of everything and it took a long time for her to open up to me, have fun and even play with a toy. Of course, her and Malachi fell in love the minute they met which I have a picture of and they are so much in love it warms your heart. She is now a happy dog who knows that it's OK to speak and play with her toys and that she will always have an endless supply of treats. They have a toy box full of toys and they both know that they have to put their toys back as well as take them out. :)
Malachi adored her from the beginning that to this day he still lets her pick her treat or chewy first and then he takes the left over one...even though they are the same..she gets first choice. Malachi weighs 143lbs and Shiloh weighs 84lbs yet he lets her beat him up all the time. Enjoy the peak into my little world and if you look hard you may catch a picture of Sinatra, my Persian cat in a picture or two as well!
They both eat tofu, vegetables and fruit everyday to supplement their diet of dead squirrels and birds. :) Malachi enjoys eating his prey immediately. Shiloh likes to carry them around like a stuffed animal and will often bring me a "gift" to the door. Please keep in mind that I am a vegan so as much as I appreciate the offer.....these gifts really do NOT make my day!
By the way, Malachi is VERY white..so you can tell which pictures he is dirty in and when he's not...lol. Unfortunately my yard turns into a swamp land when the snow melts and he loves to run through any mud he can find!! They both do...except Shiloh's hair is much shorter and easier to dry off.
They are both two years old. I'm trying to dig up a few puppy pictures of Malachi but unfortunately when my last computer crashed...so did the pictures of him. If I find some somewhere I will update this hub. Enjoy my children!
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