I went to my forever home on January 11, 2020!
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2 years old
October 28, 2017
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Black & white, blue eyes
51 pounds (as of 12/13/19)
Experience with Children:
12/30/19, Pet Harbor introduced me to a 3yo child. I didn’t really interact with her, but I didn’t mind that she was there. She walked me from one room to the next using my collar. I didn’t mind.
Experience with Cats:
12/30/19, Pet Harbor introduced me to cats. I didn’t mind that they were there or when they ran. I paid no attention to them. Siberian Huskies tend to have a strong prey instinct and often show extreme, even fatal, aggression towards cats. While I did not display aggression towards the cats mentioned here, that may not translate to all cats under all circumstances.
Experience with Dogs:
When introduced to a dog at the shelter, I was friendly and relaxed with him. On 12/30/19, when Pet Harbor introduced me to a male Siberian, I played with him a lot. Wore me out, & I slept well. When introduced to a group of dogs, all Siberians, I played nonstop. I am in my element with other dogs. The best home for me will have another dog around my energy level & size.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Marcus R. Neblett.
My former “owners” surrendered me to a county animal shelter. The reason they listed was “No time.”
More About Me: Ever heard of a dogs’ dog or a people’s dog? Dogs that are “people’s dogs” focus on people and don’t care if other dogs are about or not. Dogs that are “dogs’ dogs” focus on other dogs and don’t care if people are about or not. When I’m where other dogs aren’t, I pace until I can be with them. Dogs. They’re the cat’s meow. Pun intended. Once I’m with them, it’s all roses. All Siberians need a job. Perhaps mine should be that of a minister. Leading a congregation of Siberians sounds like a dream come true to me.