I went to my forever home on August 26, 2017!
2 years old
June 3, 2015
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, blue eyes
36 pounds (as of 6/8/17)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor was told that I lived with a baby and young children, and we enjoyed playing with each other. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have interacted with multiple children ages 0 to 18 and have displayed only positive reactions to them, but I am a young, energetic Siberian. So I will run laps over, under, and around young ones.
Experience with Cats:
My history with cats is unknown. Pet Harbor has performed a test for cat-friendliness. I did not attempt to harm the cats. I did bark incessantly at them, but when a cat put up a paw or hissed, I backed away.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor was informed my history is that I have gotten along great with all dogs. Since coming to foster care, I have been the center of the party. I play with all of the dogs (They’re my size or bigger.) all the time. I am having a blast! Pearl, also available for adoption, thought she was my girlfriend until I let her know I think I’m too young to settle down.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience is a plus!
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Stephen N. Dimino.
When I was a mere pup, I was purchased from a pet store and two years later dumped in an animal shelter with the excuse that my owners were moving. From there I came to Pet Harbor.
- 6/9/17 – See me play with the pack!
- 7/15/17 – Watch me explore
Dream Home Minimum Requirements: As noted above, I love to play (and play and play). There are no sad minutes with me. I’m happy all the time. My smile is never-ending. You know the person who walks in a room and just brightens everyone’s day? That’s a perfect description of me. I turn every frown upside down. Life is too short to be serious. Wanna laugh with me through this journey? Every Siberian should have a job. Whatever mine turns out to be, we know for sure it will be full of happiness. Until then, I will be content being a social butterfly.