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

(703) 583-HSKY

Robin – Adopted!

I went to my forever home on May 14, 2022!

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Age (approx):
2 years old
Birthday (approx):
January 2, 2020
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian husky
Red & white, one parti-eye (both blue and brown in the same eye)
33.8 pounds (as of 1/12/22)
Experience with Children:
Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children of many ages. I’ve been great with all of them, easy, gentle, and as sweet as I can possibly be.
Experience with Cats:
Initially, when I was introduced to cats, I ignored them. On 1/12/2022, I met 3 cats at different times. I ignored them all. Since then I’ve interacted with kitties almost every day and have been fine with them. 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:
When introduced to dogs at the shelter, my interaction was playful. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have been fine with all dogs I’ve met. All the dogs I’ve met have been Siberian husky sized. While running at large, I was with Robby, also available for adoption. He likely is my brother. Before my eye surgery, I depended on Robby to guide me. Robby was happiest when with me. He was my seeing-eye dog. We make a fantastic pair. We would like to be placed with a family together, but it is more important that we get families than that we get a family together. We were much more bonded before I had my surgery because I depended on Robby more.
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Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for Robin Lynne Kaplan.
Running at large with Robby, also available for adoption, I landed in a county shelter. From there, I came to Pet Harbor.
  1. 3/18/2022 – Toys are my Dessert
  2. 3/18/2022 – Always Happy, Always Love
  3. 3/14/2022 – A Child Myself
  4. 3/14/2022 – Zoomies!
  5. 2/26/2022 – The Boy and me
  6. 2/22/2022 – Running With the Boy
  7. 1/22/2022 – Robby Separated. I’m in this video a bit. This video is about Robby’s reaction when he is separated from me.
  8. 1/22/2022 – Siblings

More About Me: The first thing you SHOULD notice about me is how very sweet I am. The first thing you WILL notice about me is my eyes. It’s not something you see every day. I do see. I was diagnosed with canine bilateral conjunctivo-palpebral dermoids. On February 7, 2022, my ophthalmologist performed two surgeries on my eyes. My right eye, which it is assumed at some point earlier in my life ruptured, leaving me with no vision from that eye, was removed. My left eye was all cleaned up, dermoid removed, and my eyelid reconstructed. I am all fixed up now. I have had my follow-up appointments, and I’m good to go. Everybody at my eye doctor’s office just adores me. I think they want me to have more follow-up appointments just to see me. It’s hard to find a sweeter, more beautiful, more loving, more waggy, happier, more playful dog. Children at my foster home adore me because I am so wonderful and so cute and little. How could anyone not want to adopt Robby and me? We are just about the sweetest pair of dogs in the universe, our foster mom says. It grabs your heart how Robby took care of me and how I sniffed him out. Both of us seem so gentle all the time. I make people laugh, too, though, because I like to walk around with a tennis ball in my mouth or any toy, for that matter, or anything I can turn into a toy. I like to always have things in my mouth. I do steal food, too. So don’t leave a doughnut or plate sitting around anywhere. I will claim every bite. I’m a quiet gal. Besides my sweetness, I’m also gentle and huggable. My foster mom says I’m perfect except for my thievery. She’s going to have a hard time letting Robby and me go, but it is only when dogs get adopted that more dogs can be saved.