I went to my forever home on April 18, 2020!
March 4, 2019
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian Husky
Black & white, blue eyes
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.
Owner Aptitude Level:
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.
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?