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Halloween Husky Meet

Sounds like it’s time for another Husky meet. Last time it was Panorama, down South, so this time let’s get it back up North. Try to spread the Husky love a little.

The last meet was huge. Overall I think we got up to about 20 dogs, not including the 7 Labradors that were sharing a birthday party at the same time.

Let’s have another vote. This time it’s all of the good parks out of the 9 in Salisbury.

I know some of you have been to all of these parks, for those that haven’t just rest assured these 5 are all big parks, with lots of room for running and plenty equipped for Huskies.

When: 29th of October (right before Halloween)
Time: 11am till 2pm (or whenever ya’ll choose to leave really :P)
Where: …?

Once again you can vote on two parks. Go here to see the locations of the parks.

Where should we meet for the halloween meet up?

  • Jenkins Reserve, Salisbury (44%, 7 Votes)
  • The Paddocks Reserve, Salisbury (31%, 5 Votes)
  • Bolivar Road, Bolivar (13%, 2 Votes)
  • Dry Creek Linear Park, Mawson Lakes (6%, 1 Votes)
  • Canterbury Reserve, Salisbury Heights (6%, 1 Votes)

Total Voters: 11

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Also you can download the flier, if you’d like to spread it around. Oh, and costumes are entirely optional 😛

Winter celebrations

A grey and white Siberian Husky under an umbrellaIt has been a very strange winter in Adelaide this year, so I think it’s fitting to celebrate that it is finally coming to an end. What better way to do that than with another Husky meet up 🙂

When: August 27th, 2pm

Where: …?

Husky owners in South Australia are spread far and wide, so we’re putting the responsibility of picking a venue back on to YOU.

You can select up to two parks, whichever park has the most votes the weekend before the meet will be the winner.

Go here to see the locations of the parks.

Which park should we meet at?

  • CC Hood Reserve, Panorama (41%, 9 Votes)
  • Jenkins Reserve, Salisbury (27%, 6 Votes)
  • Wright Road Dog Friendly Park, Adelaide Hills (14%, 3 Votes)
  • The Paddocks Reserve, Salisbury (9%, 2 Votes)
  • Pooch Park – Tedder Reserve, West Torrens (5%, 1 Votes)
  • Canterbury Reserve, Salisbury Heights (5%, 1 Votes)
  • Unity Park, Pooraka (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Happy Home Reserve, Salisbury North (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Bolivar Road, Bolivar (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Baltimore Reserve, Parafield Gardens (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Bentley Reserve, Holden Hill (0%, 0 Votes)
  • Dry Creek Linear Park, Mawson Lakes (0%, 0 Votes)

Total Voters: 15

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Once you have voted make sure to head over to Facebook and RSVP for the event. I shall update the location the weekend before the meet.

The record last time was 17 dogs, even if 2 of them were malamutes 😛 Let’s see if we can do better this time.

Oh and you can download the flier here if you’d like to spread it around.

Bark in the Park Postgame

The Bark in the Park was on on Saturday, and it seems like it was a pretty big hit. There were some beautiful dogs there, a lot of arctic dogs, some huge dogs, and of course the usual little yappers 🙂

Logan and Tayla met up with some older friends, good ole Kato obviously, and Kayne from classes at ABT, along with some new buds like little Seraph.

We got heaps of free stuff too, which is always good 🙂 About a weeks worth of food for Logan and Tayla, plus a bunch of biscuits, vouchers and doggy shampoo.

The most popular attractions were the professional photographers and caricaturists. Everyone there could get a professional photo and a caricature of them and their dog for free. Look at the next photo and you’ll see how popular they were, the line on the left was for the photos, on the right was for caricatures.

For more photos check out the My Husky Facebook page.

Beneful Bark in the Park

The logo for Purina/Beneful Bark in the Park 2011If you’re free in Adelaide this Saturday stop by at Rymill Park. Purina is running the ‘Beneful Bark in the Park’ from ten till two. There will be stalls, live entertainment, photographers, caricaturists, giveaways, competitions, and all that jazz. Apparently they are giving out samples of the Beneful wet food as well, which Logan and Tayla will enjoy that because they love that stuff 🙂

There have been Bark in the Parks in other cities over the last few weeks, and finally it’s Adelaide’s turn. Everyone seemed to have a ball at the others, let’s hope ours is just as good.

But the important thing, even more than the cool event and all the dogs getting out for the day, is that I get a chance to try out my new camera 🙂

Check out the site here.

Check out the Facebook event for Adelaide here.