I went to my forever home on December 16, 2017!
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, blue eyes
35 pounds (as of 7/10/17)
Experience with Children:
My history with children is unknown. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have interacted with children of all ages 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 performed a preliminary cat test on 7/9. At first, I barked at the cats. When a cat came closer to me, I ran away from the cat and yelped. When I was taken near the cats the next time, I puffed my fur and barked again. On 8/24, I was tested further. I showed much more interest in the cats, barking continuously and fixating my eyes on them with my body frozen, trying to get closer. Pet Harbor will not allow me to live with cats as I may pose a danger to them.
Experience with Dogs:
My history with dogs is unknown. Since coming to foster care, I have incessantly played with all of the dogs (They’re around my size or bigger.) and have had only positive interactions. In fact, the best home for me will have at least one other dog around my size so we can wear out each other, rather than our humans.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience preferred
I was seized by animal control for “inadequate living conditions.” From there, I came to Pet Harbor.
Dream Home Minimum Requirements: The best adopter for me is someone who knows how to speed-read because let me tell you, I am faster than the speed of light and have more energy than you could possibly imagine. I’m as affectionate and loving as you could ever want as well. I just don’t stand still long enough to give more than one kiss at a time! My foster mom calls me a jumping bean. She said she should get rid of her TV service and just watch me! I’m not only active and loving, but I am super full of personality. A Pet Harbor volunteer fell madly in love with me. I was her pick of the month! That thrills me! I’ve got to stop writing so I can go play with her. I am so full of life an active family would be my dream home. Although Vita, who already found her home, was my very best friend and we played, played, played, and then played some more, I did still play the field. All the rest of the dogs I’ve met are my deputy best friends. Now that Vita has been adopted, I have chosen Jason, also available for adoption, as my new best friend. So we play, play, play, and then play some more. Oh, I’m also supposed to tell you I can’t live in an apartment because, well, besides my energy level, I have lots to say! I pack lots of wallop in this tiny body. Maybe you want to do agility or backpacking? I’m ready! Let’s go!