Pet Harbor Rescue, P.O. Box 73, Bowling Green, VA 22427

(703) 583-HSKY

Ham – Adopted!

I went to my forever home on May 6, 2017!

41317 Ham
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Age (approx):
2 years old
Birthday (approx):
November 20, 2014
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Grey & white, blue eyes
68 pounds (as of 4/8/17)
Experience with Children:
Not a lot about my history is known. All that is known is from Nov 2016 to April 2017, I lived with children, with no issues reported to Pet Harbor. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have interacted with a 3-year-old child and have displayed only positive reactions to him.
Experience with Cats:
I have a reported history of killing multiple small animals. So to keep the cats safe, Pet Harbor will neither cat-test me nor place me in a home with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
My history with dogs is unknown. Pet Harbor tested me with dogs similar in size to me, and I had positive reactions, even to the grumpy one. I wagged my tail and sought play. Since coming to foster care, I have had only positive interactions with females and non-dominant males in foster care. To dominant male dogs, I bark and grumble, wagging my tail the whole time, but don’t fight. In other words, I’ll puff out my chest and flap my wings, but I’m all bark. How’s that for combining literary expressions? All the dogs Pet Harbor has seen me interact with in foster care are about 40 pounds and up.
Energy Level:
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Felicia Hamilton.
Pet Harbor does not know my history prior to Nov 2016. In Nov 2016, people got me from a Craigslist ad and did not take care of me. As a result, several animals, such as chickens, opossums, and a baby pig, sadly, lost their lives. So that no more animals would die, I came to Pet Harbor.


Dream Home Minimum Requirements: First and foremost, you must understand Siberian Huskies. That means you cannot consider me a lawn ornament. I belong in the house with the rest of my family. When I exercise, I must have a tall fence. I am too smart to create my own fences where fences do not already exist. I am, after all, a Siberian Husky and true to my breed. Speaking of lawn ornaments, also true to my breed, I will be happy to landscape for you if you leave me unattended outside. Siberians should have jobs, right? I’m a loving and quite happy boy who likes to wag a lot. There is no such thing as being depressed around me. I am the eternal happimist (happy optimist). The love you show me, I will return several times over. And am I not the most handsome fellow you have ever seen?