September 3, 2014
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Red & white, blue eyes
62 pounds (as of 12/16/17)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with children. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children from age 1 all the way up. I have had all positive interactions with them. Pet Harbor was told while in the shelter, I did mouth. However, since coming to Pet Harbor in mid December, they have not seen this behavior at all. If it is true, it isn’t a vicious thing, but it hurts. So if true, until trained, tender skin could get hurt.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats. On 12/22, Pet Harbor performed a test for cat-friendliness. I failed miserably. For kitty safety, there is no way I can live with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with dogs, but I was tested with male and female dogs and wanted to play with them all. I have had a negative interaction with a male dog in my foster home, but he’s the aggressor. I fear him. I keep my distance from him now and run away when he is near. I’m a lover, not a fighter.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
Apparently in my short life, I’ve made the rounds. The story is a bit confusing, and how much is true is really not known. Supposedly I was purchased from a breeder. Later I was given away. Though unverified, Pet Harbor is told my new human gave me back to my first owner temporarily while my human was moving. This owner supposedly sold me. My then owner gave me away. My new owner kept me one day and put me in the backyard of the last owner. Then I ran away. I landed in doggy jail. My owner chose not to pay the bill to retrieve me. So I came to Pet Harbor. Hopefully reading this will make you understand why Pet Harbor goes to great lengths to try to ensure the homes they place dogs in are FOREVER homes!
Dream Home Minimum Requirements: Lots to tell. I am an easy rider in the car. I am strong, REALLY strong. I want to play. I want to play. I want to play. Wait. I think the needle is stuck. Nope. It’s true. I want to play. What does that mean? That means your socks are my toys, my leash is a chew toy, kid toys are my toys, even dog toys are my toys. Let’s summarize. ALL things are my toys! Did I mention I like to play? Oh, I like other things, too, like belly scratches. People. I like people, too! All people. I enjoy them loving me, but the real truth is I hope they will play with me!