More About Me: Love to run. Love to snuggle. I’m a beautiful runner, with head held high; a big, beautiful smile on my face; and tall-stepping legs. The person at the end of my leash, however, needs to be strong enough to hold on tight or use the right kind of collar for me! Sporting a Herm Sprenger collar, I am easily walked. But about running, if you try playing Catch Me If You Can with me. I will win the race every time! Exuberant. That’s a word for me. I’m totally full of exuberance. When someone walks into the room, I will be extremely happy to see them! I will make them believe they are the love of my life. That brings me to my other love: snuggle. I love people. I must be close to you. I will lean into you or belly up for you or whatever it takes to get your attention. If you sit on a couch, I’ll sit on the couch looking for love. If you lie down, I will jump up on the bed with you to get close. If you’re standing at the stove cooking, I’ll lay down right behind you so I can be close. And if there is no person around, I will find some inanimate object and pretend it’s a person! I really love people, and I must make them know they are loved. So if you are ready for some snuggles & muscle-building, I’m ready for you!
Walker – Adopted!
2 years old
February 4, 2016
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, blue eyes
57 pounds (as of 10/20/18)
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 show exuberant adoration toward them. I do express displeasure when children or dogs come near my food or water while I’m partaking.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor was told I chased cats, horses, and chickens in my most recent home. Therefore, it is assumed I cannot live with cats. Since Pet Harbor won’t let me live with kitties anyway, they have not performed an evaluation for cat-friendliness.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor was told I lived with small dogs in my most recent home (less than a week) but that I played rough with them. I showed no aggression during my dog-friendliness evaluations. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have mostly ignored other dogs, but I did have playmates at my foster home, both neutered males & spayed females, with energy levels similar to mine. I now am fostered with Stacey, also available for adoption. I tried to court her for the longest time. She was a tough cookie. She played hard to get as if she invented that game. My suaveness broke her. She and I are now “in a relationship,” and it no longer is complicated.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Benjamin Walker.
For the crime of running at large, I landed in an animal shelter. I then got adopted. After scaling a 5′ fence, I was returned to the shelter. From there, I came to Pet Harbor Rescue.