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

(703) 583-HSKY

Kearney – Adopted!

I went to my forever home on July 14, 2018!

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10/18/14 Kearney
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Age (approx):
7 years old
Birthday (approx):
February 21, 2011
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, one blue eye, one parti eye (both blue & brown in the same eye)
72 pounds (as of 6/28/18)
Experience with Children:
Since first coming to Pet Harbor in 2014, I have met children of all ages. All interactions with them have been positive.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor performed a test for cat-friendliness. The result is I cannot live with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
Since coming to Pet Harbor, my interactions with other dogs have been positive.
Energy Level:
Owner Aptitude Level:
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Lisa Kearney-Griffin.
I spent the first 3 years of my life living at the end of a heavy rope chain. A lady tried to help me, but she had no funds to care for me. Luckily for me, she knew an Alaskan Malamute rescuer. That rescuer saved my life and called Pet Harbor. Then I got adopted. I was in my new home 4 years. I thought I had found my forever home and family. Unfortunately, they had a baby and decided they didn’t want me anymore. So here I am: homeless again.
  1. With Macie, I co-star in Black & White Dogs Can Jump.
  2. People! People! I Love People!
  3. I have a bit part in More People.
  4. I’m very photogenic. See my Beauty.

More About Me: My 2018 bio: Pretty much the same as my 2014 bio except I have a bit less energy now, which is a good thing! Unfortunately, partly, that is because I have gained too much weight. So hopefully my new family will help me find my lost figure.

My 2014 bio: Most dogs who share my history aren’t like me. I am extremely happy, sweet, loving, and friendly. I submit to bossy dogs unless they get too bossy and gang up on me. Then I find my chutzpah. I adore children. Well, heck, I adore all people. I give gentle kisses and take food gently. And you can take whatever you want from me. Don’t I sound like the perfect dog? I’m so different from other chained dogs. Maybe it’s because my chain was a heavy rope. And can you believe I never even tried to chew my way off the rope. I do have some pretty badly fly-bitten ears, but they’re healing. Now that I’m in foster care, I spent all my time playing with other dogs. I adore them. Of course, when people walk in the room, I forget about the dogs. People are the cat’s meow. And when toys are around, I also forget about the dogs. Toys rank right up there, too. And, of course, if you have treats, they’re all that and a bag of chips for me. I am extremely food-motivated. One thing you will notice about my happiness in these videos is I NEVER stop wagging. People could learn the lessons of gratitude from me. I do believe counters are made for walking and feasts can be made from garbage pails. I’m gentle and not one to barrel through others. So I’m a great dog for even the smallest of children. And I’m small built compared to big brutes. So your children will pick me anyway! Oh, one more thing. I never stop smiling.