Hope you have a nice day with My patronus is a Husky shirt. So anyone who knows me is likely aware that I am a HUGE Harry Potter fan. If you’ve known me long enough (or if you’ve ever listened to me tell stories of growing up), you know that I grew up with a Siberian Husky named Hawkins as basically a big brother. That said; I was shamefully excited this evening when I found out Pottermore had added a test for your Patronus. It was a magical and emotional experience to have the result of the test tell me my Patronus is a Husky.
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Jenny doesn’t have much planned for her future, but she does know that you will find her living with her three dogs: Patronus the Husky, Lumos the Samoyed and Nox the Black Lab! (Jenny is also a big Harry Potter fan.) What was the first conference you attended? South-ON 2016! Why did you join the Organizing Committee? Since I started in AIESEC last year, I have seen ordinary AIESECers leave for a conference and come back infinitely more inspired, passionate and dedicated to AIESEC, its vision, and youth empowerment as a whole. I wanted to ensure that by doing my part in the OC, I would contribute to maximizing the OARC 2016 delegate experience and play a part in inspiring others and passing on the AIESEC passion.
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Who loves a HAPPY HUSKY??? Dog rescue work has many challenges, but one of the best things in rescue is that we get to meet so many wonderful people and we develop great relationships along the way… One example is a lovely family we’ve met a few years ago. I remember the day like today as I did their inspection! We had a great chat and I met their 2 beautiful dogs on the day. Because My patronus is a Husky shirt. It was very clear that they were animal lovers, very passionate about animal welfare and just wanted to make a difference to a dog’s life so they got in touch to foster for us. Along the way, they fostered a few Huskies for us, as in Star, Storm, another Storm, Rosco and Momo who is now a permanent family member. I know it’s quite a list…
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This foster hero family then didn’t stop there! They undertook some professional dog grooming courses and off they went to volunteer on Sundays at the RSPCA Victoria Burwood shelter grooming rescue dogs, with the aim to help homeless dogs look their best and increase their adoption chances to find a loving home. Hope you love My patronus is a Husky shirt. That offer was also extended to our rescue dogs, but I will not go into details as the list is definitely way longer that the foster list mentioned above! As time passed, their passion become a career change, quitting their city job to follow their dream to set up a great doggie pampering salon in the heart of Frankston South – Happy Husky Grooming is born!