Have you ever seen a brown Siberian Husky? Well, this lil’ boy has graced us on social media as his human parent set up his very own Instagram page!

This is Quoi. He was named after a Sequoia tree, and goes under the username @huskyquoi on Instagram. Compared to most Siberian Huskies, Quoi is best known for his brown fur which is very rare among the breed. At first glance, many people thought Quoi is half-wolf. And if you’re wondering if he is indeed 100% a Siberian Husky, yes he is! He’s even registered with the American Kennel Club.

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My first Fouth of July! Proved to mum that Iโ€™m not afraid of anything and wasnโ€™t timid from the fireworks at all! They werenโ€™t super loud, but they sure were pretty! ๐ŸŽ†๐ŸŽ‡ ๐Ÿ‡บ๐Ÿ‡ธ ๐ŸŽ†๐ŸŽ‡ B.T.S: Mum wasnโ€™t sure if this type of shot would be possible, since I had never encountered fireworks. You can swipe to see the practice one she lit off. I wasnโ€™t focused on the firework that much, mostly on the treats. These were just the little shower fireworks, so there was no loud boom, and perhaps thatโ€™s why they didnโ€™t bother me at all! Mum had brought sparklers as a backup, and I really liked those things too! I was about 20-30 feet away from the fireworks being lit off and mum used a zoom lens to give the illusion I was closer to them. When you lite fireworks like this, they take a solid minute or two before they start crackling off the pretty stuff! It took a few shots to get a good one where we could see the pretty display youโ€™ll notice in the first image. In the practice images, youโ€™ll notice the firework just look like a big steam, thatโ€™s cause it was right when we lit the firework, so the pretty stuff hasnโ€™t happened yet. Anyways! I had fun! And I hope you all have some fun today spending time with loved ones! #fourthofjuly #fireworks #bravepup

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