Our family had adopted Neo in March of 2002. We found him at the Siberian Husky Rescue in Northern Colorado. When my wife and I were there, all of the dogs were crowding around usto try and get our attention. We took a few of them for a walk to see how they interacted withus. My wife noticed one dog that seemed to shy away from the rest, that was Neo. He interacted with us so well that we adopted him. Neo always enjoyed any and all attention he got and was friendly to everyone. We always said if anyone broke into our house, all the thief had to do was pet him and he would help them. We were told at the rescue he had behavior problems, but we never seen that. He was always well behaved and playful. Our grandchildren were also very fond of him and he played with them taking care not to harm them.
His favorite things to do were going for walks, playing fetch and showing off after being groomed. He also enjoyed his little vacations he took by either jumping the fence or getting away from us when he would see something he wanted to chase(mostly squirrels). His closest friend was probably my stepdaughter Colleen. She had a brain injury from a car accident and is somewhat disabled. Neo and her had a very close bond and spent a lot of time together. He slept with her and played in the back yard a lot. He also liked to share her food with her weather she wanted him to or not.
He will be missed and forever in our memories.
Rick and Donna Frank, Colleen Mott and Family