A Dog’s (Nicky’s) Life in Newfoundland

We adopted our Malamute/Husky Nicky from a shelter in Illinois, shortly before we headed out for a trip to Newfoundland in June. We were optimistic about how she would do living in a van for 10 weeks, but not sure. The biggest challenges were the two ferry crossings between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland (8 hours a piece in the van) but she did great. All told, a pretty good life for a dog: lots of personal attention, lots of outdoor exercise and wildlife, lots of people and dogs to meet. Here are some images of life with Nicky in Newfoundland:

 

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