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

(703) 583-HSKY info@petharbor.org

Month: February 2021

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I went to my forever home on April 24, 2021!

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Age (approx):
1 year old
Birthday (approx):
January 23, 2020
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian husky
Colors:
Grey & white, bi-eyed (one blue eye, one brown eye)
Weight:
43 pounds (as of 1/26/21)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor was told children lived in my prior home, but I was chained. So how much interaction I actually had with them is unknown. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have only met one toddler. I obeyed when told to sit. I was calm, sniffed the child, then licked her once. I sat patiently for a few minutes until the toddler came in to pet me & get a kiss. Please understand, though, I am a full-speed dog. I could barrel through small objects, including animals and humans. I’ve even been known to knock over adults when I’m in a case of the zoomies.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor was told when I met a kitty prior to coming to Pet Harbor, at first, I ignored kitty, but after I got more comfortable with my environment, I had to be separated from the kitty for the kitty’s safety. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have been separated from the kitty in my foster home after an initial meet. My energy level and social awkwardness could be dangerous for kitty. I do whine and try to get to kitties when I see them.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor was told my history is I am fine with other dogs but socially awkward, having never learned how properly to play with others. I can be too much for some dogs. In my first foster home since coming to Pet Harbor, I exhibited typical female Siberian husky behavior in that I was not very nice to my female Siberian foster sibling, even when she was ignoring me, but I played & played & played with my male Siberian foster sibling. So Pet Harbor moved me to a new foster home. Since coming to that foster home, I have met all sorts of dogs, male and female, and have played and played with all of them without any issues, even small and young ones. I love to roughhouse with other dogs.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for David J. Williams.
History:
I lived attached to a chain. I was saved by Dogs Deserve Better Blue Ridge. From there, I came to Pet Harbor Rescue.
Movies:
  1. 3/12/2021 – Fun With Agility
  2. 2/26/2021 – Fetch!
  3. 2/12/2021 – Him v. Her
  4. 2/12/2020 – Never Let Go!
  5. 2/6/2020 – Three-Ring Circus

More About Me: First important thing for you to know – my home should have a Volkswagen van for camping because that’s what I love to do. You don’t have a VW van? Want to buy one for me? How about any kind of camping gear? No? What about a tent in the backyard? Not even that? Can we at least roast marshmallows in the yard? No marshmallows? What’s a girl to do? Fine. If I must, I’ll settle for being with my pack wherever we are, but I really do love to go camping. I do want to be with my pack. When any pack member leaves, I cry and whine. When all of my pack members leave, I show them I mean business by killing crates. My pack is smarter than I am. They found an unkillable crate. Finally, you should know I am quite smart and quite trainable. Training is pretty easy, too, since I surely am motivated by what goes in my tummy. Now that I’ve talked full circle from marshmallows to marshmallows, let’s talk adoption! Did you get that van?

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I went to my forever home on February 14, 2021!

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Age:
11 months old
Birthday:
March 1, 2020
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian husky
Colors:
Black & white, blue eyes
Weight:
50 pounds (as of 2/5/21)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with children. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children of various ages. When some Siberians play, they make noises that sound mean but aren’t. I’m one of those Siberians. Younger children can be afraid of those noises. I wish they weren’t afraid since I want to cuddle with them.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats. Pet Harbor has not introduced me to cats. If they do and more information is learned, it will be posted here.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor was told I had no prior interaction with dogs. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have been very playful with my foster siblings, male and female Siberian huskies.
Energy Level:
High
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Colonel Canfield D. Boone.
History:
After spending a lot of time in a crate, my “owners” put me in an animal shelter. From there, I came to Pet Harbor.
Movies:
  1. 2/10/2020 – The Sound of Siberian Music
  2. 2/10/2021 – Comfy Bed
  3. 2/8/2021 – Enjoying Life
  4. 2/8/2021 – Enjoying More Life
  5. 2/6/2021 – Meeting the Foster Family

More About Me: Information coming soon!

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