Dream Home Minimum Requirements: Happy and sweet. Those are the best two words to describe me. Helping her drive, I sat next to my transporter, snuggled with her, and gave her kisses. My job title is Chief Sponge. It is my duty to soak up all loving from all available humans. Come closer, and I’ll prove it! Kisses, sweet and soft ones, are the business cards I leave everywhere I go. And where I go is to follow my human(s) wherever they go. Mary had a little lamb. Do you have a little Brue? Food and squeaky toys are at the entrance to my heart. Although sweetness is my primary trait, I also am comical. So hugs and laughter. What more could you possibly desire? I have a lot to learn, and I promise to be ever so grateful if you teach me. There is a reward for teaching me: unlimited kisses. So how about it? Will you be my furever home?
4 years old
January 26, 2014
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Grey & white, blue eyes
48 pounds (as of 2/1/18)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with children. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children of all ages. I have had all positive interactions with them.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats. I do have a prey drive because, along with my brother, Fernando, who already found a home, I participated in eliminating the world of a pesky goat. On 2/7/18, Pet Harbor performed a cat test. The result is, in a word, FAIL. I cannot share my home with kitties.
Experience with Dogs:
I lived with Fernando, my brother. He found a home already. Now it’s my turn! When Pet Harbor performed the first dog-dog test with another male dog, the interaction was issue-free. During my second dog-dog test, I expressed dominance behaviors. Now that I am with Pet Harbor, the first thing they noticed is I tried to play with Fernando, but Fernando didn’t really care. Then I humped him for a while. He doesn’t care much about that either. I was much more bonded to Fernando than Fernando was to me. The exception to that rule is when toys are around, I will defend all toys as if I am the leader of the entire toy universe. I was fine with the other Siberians at my foster home. Then I met a small dog and a larger male dog at another house. I wasn’t nice to either of them. That was shortly after my neuter surgery. Now that it has been a little while, I play. A. Lot. Until he got adopted, Romito and I were play buds. We did have a big fight over an unusual situation with a female, but we went back to being best buds after that was over. Of course, as mentioned already, when toys are in the vicinity, all bets are off. On 3/17/18, I was adopted. There is a female Siberian in that home. Sadly, I played rough with her, true Siberian play, biting the ankles, grabbing hold of scruffs, and pulling off tags, but I also fought with her some, too. So I came back to Pet Harbor. Now that I am back at Pet Harbor, I play with other dogs a lot except there is one dog I bully. He was just neutered. I am fine with the other dogs, who have been fixed for years. So some dogs I can live with, some I cannot. If your dog(s) understand me, I can live with them. If they don’t, I can’t.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Richard Bruehert.
Pet Harbor was told Fernando and I were put into a shelter because our owners decided they were unable to care for us. From there, we came to Pet Harbor. I was adopted on 3/17. The female Siberian and I didn’t see eye to eye. So I, sadly, returned to homelessness.