Hello and Happy (Canadian) Thanksgiving.
Here are two Very Good Doggoes (are there any other kind?) for my 1930s pulp project, The Rockies Ablaze. These good puppers are from Bob Murch’s Pulp Figures range of Yukon Adventure figures.
My wife Joy has had two Siberian huskies in her life, both sadly gone across the Rainbow Bridge, but our house is replete with pictures, which I used as inspiration. Joy holds that huskies are the most beautiful animals that God ever made, and I am inclined to agree with her.
Of course, Mounties need husky sidekicks. Maybe not Constable Benton Fraser from the TV series of the 1990s, Due South, but perhaps his grandfather.
“Let’s go, Fang, there’s trouble out there!"
Sadly our house no longer has a resident dog. Our very good girl Dinah came to the end of her road last week. Joy adopted her three years ago after her owner passed away. Dinah was already elderly then, and while she got deaf and started losing her sight, she had a good life until recently when her ability to walk and keep clean declined, and we decided to let her end her life in peace and dignity. I suspect the only dogs here in future will be miniature dogs, as we hope to travel once Covid is over, but you never know.
Blessings to your brushes and to your furry friends!