More About Me: My energy level is super, super high. So, too, is my level of happiness. I am filled to the brim with love, joy, & spirit & I spread it everywhere. I’m Mikey’s polar opposite. You know how Mikey hates everything (“Let’s let Mikey eat it. He won’t eat it. He hates everything.”)? I love everything. And I have to get up close & personal. I’m not a gearshift. I don’t have a number of gears. I have sleep (not often), which is recharging, and I have full throttle. I don’t have any in-between gears. So if you are looking for a full-energy dog who is beautiful & has immense love to share, you found her! Oh, wait. Before I forget, let me tell you about my toe. I had to have a toe amputated. If you want to know why, maybe you can translate my veterinarian’s records. I can’t read it. Let’s be honest. I can’t read at all, not because I don’t know how but because that means sitting still, and I’m not going to do that.
1 year old
January 20, 2019
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Grey & white, blue eyes
44 pounds (as of 3/14/20)
Experience with Children:
My experience at Pet Harbor is I love children, but I am not such a big fan to them. You see, I jump right into their faces and give them kisses and knock them over if they are toddlers. Toddlers don’t like that so much. All I need is some training & growing up.
Experience with Cats:
On 2/24/20, Pet Harbor introduced me to cats. I completely ignored them, though I did not ignore their litter boxes. Siberian Huskies tend to have a strong prey instinct and often show extreme, even fatal, aggression towards cats. Even if our evaluation is favorable, it may not translate to all cats under all circumstances.
Experience with Dogs:
When I first came to Pet Harbor, I ignored the other dogs. Boy, has that changed. Now I play with them 24/7. My very best friend in the whole world is Todd, also available for adoption. He’s a big oaf. I play with others, too, but he’s my favorite. In typical female Siberian fashion, I am often antagonistic towards female dogs. Brandy, another female available for adoption, is my partner in crime. We are inseparable. With Todd, we make a three-ring circus, but Brandy and I also can be mean to the other female dogs.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Shai Levinhar.
Originally I was put into a county animal shelter because my elderly owner felt she could not handle me. I was adopted and returned to the shelter a week later and from there came to Pet Harbor. This is what happens when people don’t research the breed. I really don’t want to bounce around anymore. If you plan to adopt a Siberian Husky, please make sure you do your research and understand my kinfolk & me before you do. It will make your lives & my life so much better. Thank you.