I went to my forever home on June 10, 2017!
2 years old
March 15, 2015
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, blue eyes
56 pounds (as of 3/22/17)
Experience with Children:
My history with children is unknown. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have interacted with multiple children ages 0 to 18, and have displayed only positive reactions to them.
Experience with Cats:
My history with cats is unknown. I quickly failed Pet Harbor’s cat test. I focused intently on the cats and tried incessantly to get to them, not in a good way. For example, hear what I do when I see a cat
on the other side of the door.
Experience with Dogs:
My history with dogs is unknown. I passed the initial dog test without issue. In foster care, I have mostly ignored other dogs because my desire is to spend 100% of my time with humans. However, I have expressed dislike of dominant male dogs. With the females and non-dominant males, though, I have had only positive interactions. All the dogs in foster care are 40 pounds and up.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience required
I landed myself in a rural shelter because I killed a goat. Instead of paying my bail, my owner chose to sign me over to the shelter. I was hungry. Isn’t there a legitimate Meals on Hooves program?
Dream Home Minimum Requirements: My foster mom can’t understand why my former humans abandoned me. After all, is it my fault I escaped? Perhaps had I been neutered, I might not have escaped. Perhaps had goats not lived down the road, I might not have escaped. Perhaps if I were not a Siberian Husky, I might not have escaped. Really, my foster mom doesn’t understand. She says I must have been left outside and tried to get inside because all I want to do is curl up next to my humans. I want to play with them, be with them, let them pet me, give them kisses. The only time I even want to be outside is when that is where my humans are. My foster mom says I’m just about the sweetest dog in the world. If you are lucky enough to become my humans, there is no way you will ever feel unloved.