I was invited by Mr. John Labuca who’s one of the admin of the PASAPACK group, it’s a sub group of Philippine Siberian Husky Club of the Philippines. It is called Pasapack due to the group is mainly joined by the Pasay based Siberian Husky owners but even if you are not Pasay based you can still join the group. “To promote the camaraderie of people with the interest of pursuing responsible dog ownership,” said by Fritz Geremia when he was asked about the main purpose of the Group. Mr. Geremia is one of the members of PASAPACK and one of the admins of Makati-Mandaluyong Pack. They also schedule walk for the dogs which was joined by the members and joined by different kind of breeds that the member owns. The first time I joined the walk of the dog group is at Tagaytay which was organized by Mr. Bino Rivera and Mrs. Tere Rivera. Since the climate at Tagaytay is cold, even the Sun is out that time, Huskies are still able to enjoy the walk with their fur rents. [gallery type="slideshow" ids="3055,3044,3047,3039,3036,3037,3038,3048,3040,3041,3042,3043,3045,3046,3049,3050,3051,3052,3053,3054,3056,3057,3058"]   “The main reason the group was built was to educate the people on how to take care their Siberian Huskies, In breeding, and also to gain friends with common interests who you can share ideas with,” said by Mrs. Tere Rivera, Founding member of PASAPACK and PSHC. The Pasapack group also donated some goods to help the victims of typhoon Yolanda. It’s purpose is to let the victims know that even dog lovers are aware and sensitive to the needs of fellow Filipinos. [gallery type="slideshow" ids="3033,3032,3035,3034"]   The Pasapack Group did some random schedule to do a off leash activity at the PICC grounds. I was able to attend the activity but I didn’t bring my dog that time. It helps the dog to roam around the area, run, and play with the other dogs. [gallery type="slideshow" ids="2994,2995,2997,2996,2998,2999,3000,3001,3002,3003,3004,3005,3006,3007,3008,3009,3010,3011,3012,3013,3014,3015,3016,3017,3023,3018,3024,3019,3025,3020,3026,3027,3021,3022,3028,3029,3030,3031"] The admins organized a swimming with the dog owners at the beach in Tanza, Cavite. We are also able to spend time bonding with our dog and also able to know the experiences of the different dog owners in how do they take care of their dogs. [gallery type="slideshow" ids="3073,3074,3079,3078,3069,3066,3065,3071,3067,3068,3076,3070,3077,3072,3064,3063,3080,3059,3060,3061,3062"] It was a great opportunity for me to know these people who are not just a dog lovers but also people with great hearts. It is also a way for other people to know that Siberian Huskies are lovable and not should be afraid of. Looks can be deceiving but it doesn’t apply to all kinds. They look like wolves, yes they do but they are one of the most adorable breed you can have except for you need to have a lot of time for them to do some walking. The Siberian Husky is a medium to large, dense-coat working dog breed that originated in north-eastern Siberia. The breed belongs to the Spitz genetic family. It is recognizable by its thickly furred double coat, sickle tail, erect triangular ears, and distinctive markings. Huskies are an active, energetic, and resilient breed whose ancestors came from the extremely cold and harsh environment of the Siberian Arctic. Siberian Huskies which are bred here in the Philippines can easily adopt to the climate change.]]>

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