Seppo laughed rudely at her statement, rolling his mismatched eyes and shaking his head. Pfft. She, the best lead dog? "You don't even look like a lead dog," he snapped, tossing his head proudly and grinning snarkily at her. "Maybe a swing, if you're lucky." he snorted, shaking the water from his fur again and yawning a bit. Her playful tugs at his ear were met with a slight glare, though it wasn't particularly angry or upset, just stern. The look softened a bit though as she rounded on him, trotting around and examining him, which elicited an eyebrow-raise from the husky male. He didn't like being appraised, especially by - by females. Her audacity knew no limits, and eventually, he supposed, she'd have to learn her place.
The scent of lavender was pleasant but unfamiliar, and the husky brute sneezed a bit as she walked by him, shaking his head and smiling a bit at the compliment. As biting and sardonic as he could be, that smile had a charming quality to it, and his mismatched gaze was calm as it settled on her. "Well thank you," he replied straightening up and getting a bit taller as he did so, trotting out of the water. "Same could be said for you. What was your name again? Alaska?"
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