Age: 1 years
Breed: Husky/ Wolf Hybrid
Likes: his family, playtime, chowtime, sleeping, Rosie, watching the climax of a sled-race, peace/quiet, being alone
Dislikes: getting picked on, bullies, when other dogs discriminate him.
Personality: Saba wasn't the happiest pup in his family. He enjoys playing with his siblings, but he use to wish that he can play with other pups of other breeds (not no more). He craves a little bit more independence to venture out and discover new things. He grew up to be indifferent and sort of a grouch. However deep in his heart, he still is loving and very carring. He hates to admit it now.
Saba was born in the first littler of Balto and Jenna's pups. He was born a very healthy puppy and grew up to live a pup's ordinary life of happiness and play. When the puppies were old enough, it was time to find them new homes and Saba was one of the pups to get adopted. He loves his new home, but he still keeps in touch with his family. Saba still visits his other siblings when he can, or when he can find them. Aleu was the easiest to find since she didn't get adopted. Saba always wondered why Aleu looked different from the others and also wondered if he had what Aleu has deep inside him and his other siblings.
Growing up, Saba had a rough pup-hood. Other pups of other breeds never wanted to associate with him being part wolf and all. Sure it was fun to play with his own brothers and sisters, but only when he was able to find them. Saba spent most of his time alone as a puppy apart from the love he gets from his new owners. He grew up to be...sort of a grouch and taught himself that he didn't need any friends anyways. Once he heard that his sister (Aleu) took off because she didn't want to accept that she was part wolf, Saba did not approve of her immature behavior. Especially when her last words to their father were "I hate you". How was it Balto's fault for being himself?He felt that she was just running away from the cold truth instead of accepting the fact that life can be unfair, but we still have to live it. Saba didn't run away bawling because he found out he was part wolf, but he still had to tough out the discrimination from other dogs. Every now and then he hates it when his father feels like he has to lecture him about his genes like if he had a problem with it like Aleu. Saba tries to convince his father that it really isn't an issue and that he is NOT Aleu.
Right now Saba takes life in stride. Shrugging away the negativity, and with his indifferent behavior he doesn't really care what others think of him.
Relation to Balto: Son of Balto and Jenna.
(Most NoticableTraits: striking blue eyes Huskies have)