Pet Harbor has very strict policies with regard to puppy adoptions to ensure that we have forever homes. Before you consider applying to adopt me, please read Pet Harbor’s Puppy Policy. Thank you for your interest and consideration!
4 months old
February 14, 2022
What am I?
Neutered male Siberian husky
Black & white, blue eyes
28 pounds (as of 6/6/2022)
Experience with Children:
When this information is learned, it will be posted here, but I am a puppy. So I’m like a child myself.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not place puppies to live with cats because Siberian huskies commonly are not cat-friendly as they age. To homes where cats live, Pet Harbor only places adult Siberian huskies who have been introduced to cats and shown to react positively to them.
Experience with Dogs:
I’m a puppy. So far, since coming to Pet Harbor, I’ve been great with other dogs, subject to change as I get older.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience required
My sister and I were put in an animal shelter by our “owner,” who said she got us one hour earlier and we were too “terrified” for her to keep.
More About Me: Of course, I am like all the rest of the puppies in the universe. Cute. Cuddly. Snuggly. Untrained. Full of sharp teeth and nails. Lots of pottying everywhere. Puppy breath. Mischievous. Sleepy. Playful. Fun. Not a care in the world. Clay to mold. But also shy. And guess what. Puppies do grow up! Hopefully you will think my claim to fame is as adorable as I think it is. My claim to fame is when I am restless, all it takes is one soft “Time for sleep” from my foster mom in her sweet, lullaby voice, and I immediately start yawning and put my head on my furry arm pillow.