Azurian Husky -
The Azurian Husky is a rare breed of husky found in some places in Russia, but mainly in Alaska. It’s most known for it’s brilliantly blue-grey pigmented fur that is a result of years of select and inbreeding. Professional breeders of Azurian Huskies have related the strange fur colour to the skin disease Argyria, though it does not affect the skin of the dog. However, Alaskan government has recently put a ban on breeding Azurian Huskies after several cases of dogs being murdered for their unique coat, Russia has yet to adopt the same law. [x]



Tippi - My Book Of Africa

I’m so jealous of this little girl


It’s a metaphor, see


Eat your heart out, Lacoste.
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