Month: August 2020
I went to my forever home on October 16, 2020!
- 9/3/2020 – Buried Treasure
- 8/31/2020 – Board Meeting
- 8/30/2020 – Synchronized Stump Speeches
- 8/29/2020 – Sofa Fun & Window Watching
- 8/29/2020 – Who’s a Good Boy?
- 8/27/2020 – Hemishop Quartet
- 8/27/2020 – Physical Exam
- 8/27/2020 – Team Huddle
- 8/27/2020 – Speak Easy
- 8/26/2020 – A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood
- 8/26/2020 – No Girls Allowed
- 8/26/2020 – Lollipop
- 8/26/2020 – Follow the Leader
- 8/26/2020 – Initiation
- 8/26/2020 – Boyfriend of the Month Club
More About Me: My foster mom calls me “Hemi” for short. So my foster sister Sibelle (formerly Pet Harbor’s Angell) really needs a boyfriend. She thinks that is my mission in life. Every foster dog who comes here she believes is here just for her. But me, when I got here, I preferred playing with Boris, my foster brother. Let’s not tell Sibelle, but the truth is I was playing hard to get. If you tell her, I’ll never hear the end of it. You will see in the videos how hard she tries to get my attention. Eventually I did let her think she did, but I really had my eye on her from the start. I’m a super happy boy. I love all people. When my medical stuff happened, I had to change foster homes temporarily. I haven’t been wonderful with the dogs in my new foster home. I have actually really enjoyed being special and not having to put up with other dogs. Sometimes I will play with them, but most of the time, I just tell them I’m the boss. Children in my temporary foster home absolutely adore me and I them.Read More
I went to my forever home on September 20, 2020!
- 8/26/2020 – Just Wanna Play!
More About Me: Happiness. That’s the best word to describe me. I’m never anything other than happy. Always happy! Sweet, loving, playful, happy. In my foster home, I have been great with everything: people, cats, dogs. And did I mention I’m happy? Coronavirus might keep some people unhappy, but they won’t be unhappy long if they spend just a small amount of time with me. What more could you possibly want in 2020? Another candidate? No thank you! I’ll be glad when election season is over. I just want everybody to be happy again, no more fighting! 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!Read More
I went to my forever home on October 3, 2020!
- 8/23/2020 – Lorisa Hugs
- 8/2020 – Sweetie
More About Me: Tiny & puppified. I am all puppy. Yes, I know my age is put at 3. My teeth say 3, but my energy level says puppy. I am super playful, happy, loving, sweet, and am full of energy. Did I mention loving? Let me try that again. I am super loving, playful, happy, sweet, and am full of energy. There. That’s better. Put the loving first because that’s what I do. I really am a powerhouse. Not much meat on my bones, but that doesn’t affect my strength & energy one tiny bit. You will be the recipient of my loving. If you are tall, I will jump up. If you sit, I will fly into your lap. I must plant my kisses!Read More
I went to my forever home on September 19, 2020!
***In Heartworm Treatment***
- 8/26/2020 – A Kitty? Yawn.
- 8/11/2020 – Just a Day in a Shelter
- 8/11/2020 – Meeting Other Dogs
More About Me: Just about the best all-around dog in the world. I am happy, waggy, mellow, grateful, and loving. Someone didn’t take good care of me. My coat is in poor shape, and I have been groomed once so far, although that’s not enough. Also, I have flystrike on my ears. Though my history isn’t known, a story can be created from what is known. In addition to my poor coat and health issues, I am so grateful and happy that it appears I was neglected. I tested positive for heartworm disease and the presence of Ehrlichia. I’m so sweet and gentle, as quiet as a churchmouse. My foster mom is crazy in love with me. If you are looking for a Siberian who isn’t crazy full of energy and you just want to love on me, I’m the one for you. If you do not want a kissy Siberian, then I’m also the one for you. My foster grandma thinks I’m a dream to walk also.
Please note I am in heartworm treatment and will be able to be formally adopted soon, but don’t let that stop you from applying to adopt from Pet Harbor now! If I’m the right one for you, the date won’t matter. And if I’m the right one for you, you can foster me until I am finished with treatment and then adopt me if you can get me to my doctor appointments.Read More
I went to my forever home on September 19, 2020!
- 8/26/2020 – Showdown
More About Me: A comical, happy, playful Siberian who gets into trouble, is full of energy, & does many things that make you laugh. I’m kind of what people think of when they think of a Siberian: handsome, loving, and full of fun. Example: Within 5 minutes of first exploring the yard at my foster home, I became unrecognizably mud-covered. So maybe the idea is I get the last laugh. Wanna bring me into your family & try to get the last laugh yourself? We’ll see who wins! Oh, really, it doesn’t matter because, even if you win, I’ll quickly do something else comical to make you give me back the trophy or I will shower you with so much love you will forget you even won!Read More
I went to my forever home on October 11, 2020!
- 10/3/2020 – Play Ball!
- 10/3/2020 – The Nose Knows
- 8/26/2020 – Happy Hour
- 8/20/2020 – Jumping for Joy
More About Me: My prior foster pop says I’m an easy keeper. I’m a cool dude. Some think I’m strong. Some think I’m a marshmallow. I had two foster brothers. They are Siberians. One of them is the Boss. I tried to walk into the bedroom. He growled. So I turned and walked away. However, once I had been there a couple of weeks, I decided to tell him I’m the Boss. So the best home for me is where other male dogs aren’t going to challenge me. Now I am in another foster home. Micci, who was also available for adoption, was my best friend. We played & played & played & played. Then she got adopted. Now my best friend is a little Siberian puppy named Zoi. We play & play & play & play. I love toys and air conditioning, and I give children soft kisses! Yep. It’s true. I am a big marshmallow.Read More
I went to my forever home on September 18, 2020!
- 8/26/2020 – Love All Around!
- 8/16/2020 – Play Ball!
- 8/16/2020 – The Toy
- 8/06/2020 – Dianne Makes Friends
More About Me: The first thing you should know about me is I am all puppy with all that entails! Never a dull moment. If it’s there, I’m in it. Second thing you should know, I’ll shower you with more love & kisses than you could possibly desire in an effort to forgive whatever I just did. And, the third main ingredient that stirs together to make Dianne is I love — did I say LOVE loudly enough? — water. Yes, I LOVE playing in water. I will go to great lengths to find bodies of water. As with all good Siberians, I do have an occupation. I am a toy surgeon. I perform surgery on toys. I remove all of their guts. Thankfully, they’re not bloody! Oh, and I do have a secret. My foster mom says one of the most beautiful sights she has ever seen in her entire life is watching me run. It’s picturesque, she says, whatever that means. I really don’t care what words mean as long as I have three things: people to love, water, and toys. Simple gal, aren’t I? 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!Read More
I went to my forever home on September 10, 2020!
- 9/5/2020 – I MUST have my Morning Walk!
More About Me: Polite and kind. Well-mannered. You could take me to the country club for dinner. I’ll behave. I do have one demand. I MUST have two walks a day: AM & PM. And if I don’t get them, you will quickly know. I will stand in your face and whine until I get them. Okay. Maybe I should rephrase. As long as I get my two walks, I am polite, kind, and well-mannered. Check out my video, and you will see & hear me politely request my morning walk! I’m not super confident. I am slow to warm up to new things and am easily distracted. Not big on kissing. I’m too refined for that. Well, most of the time. I do have a side of me that’s immense fun. That’s because I get a case of the zoomies and will run and run and run around a fenced yard, playing “Gotcha!” and “Keep away!” I’m also content to play with toys alone. So if you ask me, I’m pretty adaptable. My foster mom says I’m an easy keeper . . . as long as I get my two daily walks! 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!
I went to my forever home on September 2, 2020!
- 8/2020 – Vying for Attention
More About Me: Let’s start with I’m really sweet. There is not a dominant bone in my body. That’s for sure. I have an issue where I cry when touched. So I went to see the vet. Guess what. My issue is not medical. My issue is I’m afraid when someone is going to touch me, they are going to hurt me. I do not try to bite them or growl or any negative thing. I just cry and hope they don’t hurt me. If they keep petting me, I feel safer, but my people need to know I’m crying because I have come to expect that a touch means I’m going to get a beating. Pet Harbor wishes I could talk or that they knew more of my past because my cries with unknown origins are heartbreaking. You will want to just squeeze me tight until you think I have gotten the message no one will ever hurt me again and I can trust without crying. What better example of the need for rescue is there than me. 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!Read More