We are devastated to announced that Enya left us suddenly after a brief battle with an unknown medical problem. We are still trying to make sense of everything but our veterinary team had narrowed down the possibilities to an autoimmune disorder or cancer. By the time they had come to these considerations she was extremely compromised and we decided to let her go with peace and dignity rather than prolong suffering with unknown expectations of recovery.
Enya joined the family in July of 2012 as a fiery little ball of fluff. We had aspirations of her being one of our next show prospects and potential foundation for the future of our kennel. While some plans didn't come to fruition she found her place in harness on our early sled teams. She took to her work in harness with enthusiasm and drive.
Enya brought many years of joy to our team and home. It is hard to imagine our kennel without her happy woos, her enthusiasm toward everything she took on, and her fiery spirit. Words cannot express the depth of our sadness having to have let her go so soon.
Enya has earned her Silver Harness and we know she is wearing it with pride - until we meet again baby bird, we miss you and love you.
7/10/2022 11:52:46 am
I bought my Siberian Husky, Jasmyn, in July 2008 from someone who had acquired her as an 8-week old from Galena Creek in Oregon. Jasmyn died this past week and the head MRI reveals that she had severe brain atrophy, which at 14 years old was so extensive that it could only be attributed to a genetic issue. I have been trying to find contact for Galena Creek, just to see if this is something they have seen occur often in their pups (I'm not litigious, just curious). All of their websites are defunct and their facebook has been inactive for 8 years. I was just wondering if you had any insight into GC and their breed line? I am truly sorry for the loss you had a year ago with your girl. One of Jasmyn's puppies actually looked a lot like the coloring of Enya. Thank you in advance for your response. Warm regards, Angel
7/16/2022 04:49:30 pm
7/18/2022 09:13:48 am
Thank you for your response, I appreciate it. I have let the owners of her four puppies know.
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Growing up in Montana my love of the Siberian Husky started at a young age. It has been quite a journey so far. There has been much to learn and still a lot more yet to learn! I truly believe that we are never too old, too experienced, or too full of ourselves to learn something new. I also believe that knowledge is useless unless we are willing to share it with others.