I went to my forever home on August 16, 2020!
2 years old
July 25, 2018
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian husky
Red & white, brown eyes
50 pounds (as of 7/15/20)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with children. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children up to age 7. I have been great with them and really want to play with, dance with, and hug them, but because of my energy level, at first, they run away from me.
Experience with Cats:
Because I was present or involved in killing a cat, I certainly cannot live with kitties.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor learned that, in addition to being a partner in crime with two other dogs, I also lived with at least one other dog. When introduced to other dogs at the shelter, I was fine. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met multiple dogs around my size. I’m fine with them, but people are my oyster!
Owner Aptitude Level:
Northern breed experience preferred
I was surrendered to an animal shelter because, well, I kind of got myself in a little bit of trouble. I claim innocence, but, you know, wrong place, wrong time. Three of us were there. A kitty died. Who actually pulled the trigger, so to speak, is open for debate.
More About Me: Overhearing a conversation about 2020, I decided I’m exactly what the doctor ordered. I give hugs. I give lots of hugs. I LOVE people. I follow people around just to be able to show them love: kisses & hugs. The best way to get through 2020 is hugs! So that means I’m the perfect remedy! I do have high energy & don’t mean to hurt, but I just need to show you I love you. In your face, in your lap, with all my force, hugs, snuggles, hugs, and more hugs. I don’t know my strength. And, like Mary’s lamb, I will follow you to school or virtual school or work or telework or whatever. I am a happy boy, too, but my claim to fame is the amount of love I possess. If you’re interested in me, you must make sure you have researched just what a Siberian Husky is. I’ve lost at least one home already. So the next one must be my last one. Just as you would with children, you must be willing to work through whatever issues come up. If you’re not ready for that, please don’t apply to adopt. If you are ready, though, that’s fantastic!