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

(703) 583-HSKY info@petharbor.org

Month: April 2020

I went to my forever home on May 3, 2020!

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Age (approx):
2 years old
Birthday (approx):
March 5, 2018
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, blue eyes
Weight:
31 pounds (as of 3/27/20)
Experience with Children:
In foster care, I have met an elementary school-aged child. I was interested in him & let him pet me, but I didn’t cuddle with him.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. 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:
My best friend is Ronnie, also available for adoption. We play all day every day except when we’re refueling (sleeping). My new home will need to have at least one other dog, either gender, with a similar energy level to mine.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Angel Ramon Pena.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 4/5/20 – Running Free!
  2. 4/14/20 – Rough or Ruff, just the way I like it!
  3. 4/22/20 – Three-ring circus!
  4. 4/22/20 – Where did they go?!

More About Me: You are welcome to call me Little Red Riding Hood if you want, but you won’t find a Big Bad Wolf in my story. I’m so tolerant that I’d play even with a Big Bad Wolf or an annoying little wolf or a high-energy rough player like Ronnie, who since I practice unconditional love is my BFF. Ronnie is also available for adoption. Prior to Ronnie, I had other BFFs. So after Ronnie, I’ll find new ones. Just as long as there is a dog who will play with me, it’s all good. My story can end happily ever after. In my case, that happiness was acquired. Because of how my story started, I’m a tad hesitant with people but just a tad. I’m learning how to be normal or should I say just how to be. The circle on my back where hair is missing was where a cyst like a large pimple was removed. It’s nothing, and it’s gone. So if you can help me find my lost mittens . . . oh, wait. That’s a different nursery rhyme. Forget the three kittens and help me find some playmates or maybe just the picnic basket.

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I went to my forever home on May 16, 2020!

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Age (approx):
5 years old
Birthday (approx):
March 5, 2015
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Colors:
Black & white, bi-eyed (one blue eye, one brown eye)
Weight:
40 pounds (as of 3/26/20)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor has not introduced me to children yet. When they do, the information will be posted here.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. 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:
My experience is I get along great with other dogs, despite size & gender differences.
Energy Level:
Medium
Owner Aptitude Level:
Novice
Named for 9/11 Victim:
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 4/22/2020 – Music Down Below!
  2. 5/3/2020 – Bone Chomping!

More About Me: Hi. Please sit down next to me. Thank you so much. Don’t mind me. I just have to kiss you and then kiss you some more and more and more and more. That’s my job. I’m the manager of the Kissing Department. I do have a part-time job. It’s as a substitute mother. You see, other dogs take comfort in my “mothering” skills. There is an elderly female Dachshund in my foster home. She can be a pistol. She’s also a toy thief. But she seeks me out for my advice and mothering love. I even groom her so she feels content. Nova, another Pet Harbor dog available for adoption, has to be close to me so he feels content. And that’s my job, to make sure everyone (other dogs, humans, you) feels mothered. We’re not sure of my age. It’s just a guess. My foster mom thinks I’m probably 3 or 4. Sometimes I am calm & relaxed. Sometimes I’m energetic & playful. Given my beginnings, it’s no surprise that I’m having to learn what “normal” is. For example, my foster mom is teaching me the pile of toys should be the target of my chewing and the door trim should not. So if you are ready for lots of kissing, I’m the gal for you if (big “if”) you can get me away from my foster mom.

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I went to my forever home on June 17, 2020!

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Age (approx):
2 years old
Birthday (approx):
March 5, 2018
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, bieyed (one brown eye, one green eye)
Weight:
32 pounds (as of 3/31/20)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor has not introduced me to children yet. When they do, the information will be posted here. Noises and some quick movements do frighten me, though.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. 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:
My experience is I get along great with other dogs, despite size & gender differences. My new home will need to have at least one other dog who will be my play buddy.
Energy Level:
Medium-High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Shy dog experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 4/5/20 – Running Free!
  2. 4/22/20 – Music Down Below!
  3. 5/6/20 – Shyness
  4. 5/12/20 – Sweet Dreams
  5. 5/18/20 – Spoonful of Lovin’

More About Me: Guess what my foster parents recently learned about me. I love car rides! Unfortunately, they don’t let me drive, but I’ll settle for riding. So are you someone who likes Sunday driving? Got treats? Got another dog? Have patience & love? The one major thing to learn about me is my shyness. My history taught me to be cautious of humans. I will stand next to people and am learning to allow them to pet me. Sometimes I run from them. They have to come to me to pet me, but each day I get more & more comfortable. Because my foster mom spends more time at home than my foster dad, I come to her more often. My foster mom describes my shyness like this. “He is still willing to come up and sniff/lick but he doesn’t like you to move while he’s sniffing. It seems as if he really wants attention, but he doesn’t know how to receive it.” See my video above from May 6. It is there to show you just how shy I am to make sure my adopters will understand. Heck, I’m even afraid of puddles of water. The pandemic may have closed schools, but it sure didn’t stop my learning. Not only am I learning to be a dog, but I’m also learning basic life. If your life began as mine did, you’d be the same way. I am learning a lot and continue to progress. Also, I’m very much bonded to other dogs, all sizes, both genders. Since I am happiest around them, I’m learning a great deal from them. As my foster mom puts it, I thrive around other dogs and have a puppy-like desire to play with them. Treats also help. After all, in my former life, I was deprived of food. At the time of my rescue, I weighed only 23 pounds. So treats are a good reward for me. The more distance I put between the situation from which I came and me, the more things improve for me. I didn’t understand how to be normal, how to walk on a leash, how to do most things that come naturally to the majority of dogs. I’m learning. In my foster home, I now easily walk outside on a leash. I’m learning the things with which I’m allowed to play (toys) and things with which I’m not allowed to play. I’ve decided furniture makes for good napping spots and the floor is for regular dogs. I’m a puppy thief. No, I don’t steal puppies. I am like a puppy, and I steal. Steal what you ask? Well, I love my toys. I will steal non-toy things, such as slippers and towels, and designate them as toys. Some usual Siberian traits (prey drive, escapism) don’t fit on my resume. Others . . . well, I have to be a Siberian sometime. I’m so cute, though. You can’t help but laugh at me, and my foster parents say I’m really funny. Maybe standup will be my goal. Progress is progress, but it takes baby steps to get there. The rewards to humans are immense when a shy dog trusts. The journey to that point is taken by people who are kind, patient, knowledgeable, and understanding. Is that you?

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I went to my forever home on May 2, 2020!

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Age (approx):
6 years old
Birthday (approx):
March 4, 2014
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Colors:
Black & white, bi-eyed (one blue eye, one brown eye)
Weight:
40 pounds (as of 4/3/20)
Experience with Children:
There is a 3-yr-old child in my foster home. She is my most favorite person in the whole wide world.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. 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:
My experience is I get along great with other dogs, despite size & gender differences. In my foster home, the other dog is a pretty bossy lady. I bow to her. The best home for me will have another dog.
Energy Level:
Medium
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for John Dennis Levi.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc. At about 1:58 in the video, you will see me standing next to the lady & dog in the chair.
Movies:
  1. 4/5/20 – Prancing!
  2. 4/18/20 – A Brand New Day when I show interest in a toy
  3. 4/18/20 – Did someone mention treats?
  4. 4/5/20 – Running Free!

More About Me: What an ideal time for me to be looking for a home. They tell me I can’t go to school with children, something about only lambs can go to Mary’s school. Since I can’t go to school with them, what a wonderful thing schools are closed! I adore children. I don’t go up to grownups for love, but I let them come to me with love. If you read about my beginnings, you will understand why. Children, however, steal my heart. I do go to them, seeking out love from them. The other leftover from my beginnings is sometimes I spin, chasing my tail. Well, living in a crate, one has to learn to creative ways to pass the time. That crate life is probably why I love the great outdoors as well. Like most of the dogs Pet Harbor has from the same beginning, I find solace with other dogs. I’m not a fan of bones, balls, or toys. Cheap date, huh? So if you have a bit of patience, one or more child(ren), one or more dog(s), maybe a dog bed, and some good walking/running shoes, let’s go home.

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I went to my forever home on April 15, 2020!

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Age (approx):
3 years old
Birthday (approx):
April 5, 2017
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Colors:
Black & white, blue eyes
Weight:
46 pounds (as of 4/3/20)
Experience with Children:
While in my foster home, I have met school-aged children & had all positive reactions.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. 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:
My experience is I get along great with other dogs, despite size & gender differences. Also, I play with my foster sister quite a lot.
Energy Level:
Medium-High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Patricia A. Cody.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 4/5/20 – Running Free!

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I went to my forever home on April 18, 2020!

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Age (approx):
1 year old
Birthday (approx):
March 4, 2019
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Colors:
Black & white, blue eyes
Weight:
32 pounds (as of 3/24/20)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor has not introduced me to children yet. When they do, the information will be posted here.
Experience with Cats:
After I was rescued and before I came to Pet Harbor, I was introduced to cats in my temporary foster home. All of those interactions were positive. 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:
My experience is I get along great with other dogs, despite size & gender differences.
Energy Level:
Medium-High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Novice
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Narender Nath.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc. Near the front of the video, I think I am the dog on the right coming in and giving kisses to other dogs. Later in the video, with the lady, I am sitting in the chair.
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More About Me: Wanted: A family and a home. Must include at least one lap my family doesn’t mind sharing. I hope my home has at least one dog, but if it doesn’t, I will entertain myself. If there is a dog in my home, it should be a dog who doesn’t mind my rough play style. Other Siberians understand and enjoy that style. My family should enjoy cuddles & kisses because I’ve got plenty to share. By day, I play. All day. By night, I snuggle on laps. It seems the only lasting effect of my bad beginnings is I can’t get enough love & attention. Hey, a gal can make up for lost time, can’t she?

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I went to my forever home on April 18, 2020!

Pet Harbor has very strict policies with regard to puppy adoptions to ensure that we have forever homes. Before you consider applying to adopt one of us, please read Pet Harbor’s Puppy Policy. Thank you for your interest and consideration!

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Age (approx):
3 months old
Birthday (approx):
January 25, 2020
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, blue eyes
Weight:
10 pounds (as of 3/17/20)
Experience with Children:
I’m a puppy. Great with everything, subject to change as I get older.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not place puppies to live with cats because Siberian Huskies commonly are not cat-friendly as they age. Pet Harbor only places adult Siberian Huskies who have tested cat-friendly to live with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
I’m a puppy. Great with everything, subject to change as I get older. Felix is my litter mate.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Michael Bradley Finnegan.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 4/22/20 – Three-ring circus!
  2. 4/22/20 – Where did they go?!

More About Me: Of course, I am like all the rest of the puppies in the universe. Cute. Cuddly. Untrained. Full of sharp teeth and nails. Lots of pottying everywhere. Puppy breath. Cute little “woos.” Mischievous. Sleepy. Playful. Not a care in the world. Clay to mold. But guess what. We do grow up! Felix is my litter mate. I am more mischievous than he is. I will find trouble. Maybe I am trouble. I have a magnetic attraction to whatever is in the room that’s supposed to be off limits to me. I don’t dart out doors, though. So that means my brother is the bad one. I’m the good one. At the time this bio is being written, I am anatomically not ready to be neutered. As soon as I am, I will be neutered. I can be adopted now, but I cannot go to my new home until after I am neutered. Pet Harbor has very strict policies with regard to puppy adoptions to ensure that we have forever homes. Oh, and my eyes are subject to change, too, but right now, they are sort of a bluish, grayish, goldish color.

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I went to my forever home on April 18, 2020!
Pet Harbor has very strict policies with regard to puppy adoptions to ensure that we have forever homes. Before you consider applying to adopt one of us, please read Pet Harbor’s Puppy Policy. Thank you for your interest and consideration!

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Age (approx):
3 months old
Birthday (approx):
January 25, 2020
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, blue eyes
Weight:
9 pounds (as of 3/17/20)
Experience with Children:
I’m a puppy. Great with everything, subject to change as I get older.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not place puppies to live with cats because Siberian Huskies commonly are not cat-friendly as they age. Pet Harbor only places adult Siberian Huskies who have tested cat-friendly to live with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
I’m a puppy. Great with everything, subject to change as I get older. Finnegan is my litter mate.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Felix (Bobby) Calixte.
History:
Along with several others available for adoption, we came from a horrible beginning, yet are amazingly grateful for love. Thankfully, we were seized by the authorities. Our humans were put in jail. We went to the shelter, then the SPCA, and then came to Pet Harbor, each an important piece of our journey to safety. Read more about our beginning, including watching a video, at https://www.wcnc.com/article/life/animals/25-huskies-recovering-after-living-in-awful-conditions/275-0ff0da89-97fb-472e-a7be-afc6d28b58bc.
Movies:
  1. 4/22/20 – Three-ring circus!
  2. 4/22/20 – Where did they go?!

More About Me: Of course, I am like all the rest of the puppies in the universe. Cute. Cuddly. Untrained. Full of sharp teeth and nails. Lots of pottying everywhere. Puppy breath. Cute little “woos.” Mischievous. Sleepy. Playful. Not a care in the world. Clay to mold. But guess what. We do grow up! Finnegan is my litter mate. I am more curious than he is. If there is an open door, I need to go through it to find out what is on the other side. How else could I really know? Curiosity may have killed the cat, but satisfaction brought it back. Plus, I’m not a cat. So that means my brother is the bad one. I’m the good one. At the time this bio is being written, I am anatomically not ready to be neutered. As soon as I am, I will be neutered. I can be adopted now, but I cannot go to my new home until after I am neutered. Pet Harbor has very strict policies with regard to puppy adoptions to ensure that we have forever homes. Oh, and my eyes are subject to change, too, but right now, they are sort of a greenish, blueish, goldish color.

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I went to my forever home on May 4, 2020!
Pet Harbor has very strict policies with regard to puppy adoptions to ensure that we have forever homes. Before you consider applying to adopt me, please read Pet Harbor’s Puppy Policy. Thank you for your interest and consideration!

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Age (approx):
5 months old
Birthday (approx):
November 23, 2019
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, blue eyes
Weight:
19 pounds (as of 3/20/20)
Experience with Children:
Because I am a puppy and use my mouth in play, which can easily tear fragile skin, like young skin or old skin, small children would not be a good idea for my home.
Experience with Cats:
I was introduced to cats before coming to Pet Harbor and was fine with them. However, please see Pet Harbor’s puppy policy. Since puppies can change their reactions to cats, adult Siberians who have been introduced to cats and shown no negative response are the best Siberians for homes with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
My best friend is Pena, also available for adoption. We play all day every day except when we’re refueling (sleeping). My new home will have at least one dog with a similar energy level to mine.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Lt. Ronnie E. Gies.
History:
First, running at large, I landed in a Virginia animal shelter. Then I was transferred to another Virginia shelter. From there, I came to Pet Harbor.
Movies:
  1. 4/14/20 – Rough or Ruff, just the way I like it!

More About Me: Put in a bowl sweetness, love, all things puppy, energy, playfulness, quietness when crated, another dog or two. Mix it all up. What do you have? Ronnie. Something else you should know about me, I might just curl up in your lap and not move. So whether you wanted to do some gardening or walking or, well, pretty much anything else, you can forget it. My gardening is planting myself on your lap, and that’s that. I’m such a happy, energetic gal & already had surgery for laryngeal paralysis. Since it happened to me at such a young age, it was probably inherited. I’m fine, though. If you want to know what it was I had, I heard there’s this thing called Google. I think that’s a funny word. Maybe I can eat it right off the page!

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I went to my forever home on May 13, 2020!

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Age (approx):
6 years old
Birthday (approx):
September 27, 2013
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Colors:
Red & white, blue eyes
Weight:
57 pounds (as of 3/26/2020)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor was told I am great with children. I haven’t been around children yet since being returned to Pet Harbor.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor was told I am not good with cats.
Experience with Dogs:
I’m great with the dogs in my foster home, small & large, both genders. Oddly, I seem to prefer the company of the small female dog.
Energy Level:
Medium-Low
Owner Aptitude Level:
Novice
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Dorota Kopiczko.
History:
Originally I was given up because I dig. Imagine that, a Siberian Husky who digs. I was adopted and returned 1.5 years later because “can no longer care for her,” whatever that means. Hope they kept their human children. Then I found another home. Well, 4.5 years later, my dad got an incurable cancer and left this Earth, leaving me homeless once again.
Movies:
  1. 4/2020 – Zoomies!
  2. 4/2020 – Come on over!
  3. 4/2020 – For me?
  4. 4/2020 – Easy Bathtime!
  5. 4/13/2020 – Eat Prey Love
  6. 4/13/2020 – Dorota Sings!
  7. 4/12/2020 – Who Walks Whom?
  8. 4/12/2020 – This Way & That Way

More About Me: MY 2014 BIO: Sweet as I can be and bear cub-like in looks. Tail or no tail, I am a true Siberian Husky. I am a beautiful lady. Fantastic dog for a family with children. Gentle, sweet, and loving.

MY 2020 BIO: My occupation is that of a cheerleader because I have a built-in pompom and because I am a Chatty Cathy. If you are too young to know what a Chatty Cathy is, check it out on Google. The vet said I was likely born with my pompom tail. Nobody knows why, but it’s as cute as can be, isn’t it? For exercise, we can go swimming. I love swimming or taking long walks! I love naptime, too, but before I nap, I might put on my scientist hat and dissect some dog toys. And where it said in 2014 I was gentle, sweet, and loving, those are still good descriptors for me. I’m confused because I finally had what I thought was my forever dad & home. Then he went away to a different world, and I don’t understand. Please let my next home be my last one.

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