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

(703) 583-HSKY

G.G. – Adopted!

I went to my forever home on June 25, 2023!

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Age (approx):
3 years old
Birthday (approx):
March 14, 2020
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian husky
Black & white, blue eyes
55 pounds (as of 12/14/2022)
Experience with Children:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with children prior to coming to Pet Harbor. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met children of all ages. I love them. I really want to play with them or just be with them. June 2023, I am in a foster home with children. The little boy says I am his all-time favorite dog.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats prior to coming to Pet Harbor. On 10/23/2022 and 10/30/2022, Pet Harbor introduced me to cats. I sniffed and went on about my business. On 12/14/2022, I met cats again. This time I had a strong focus on them. I chased one cat and pushed to be not distracted from another. While I may be okay with cats, it’s not a good idea for me to be left alone with them. June 2023, I am in a foster home with cats now where we are both free-roaming. No issues at all. Siberian huskies tend to have a strong prey instinct and often show extreme, even fatal, aggression towards cats. Even if Pet Harbor’s evaluation is favorable, it may not translate to all cats under all circumstances.
Experience with Dogs:
Pet Harbor was told I do well with other dogs. In my evaluation, I did well with another female dog. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have met male and female dogs of all sizes and have been great with all of them.
Energy Level:
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience preferred
Named for 9/11 Victim:
I was named for George Gerard Howard.
I was in one shelter. Pet Harbor does not know my history prior to that or why I was in that shelter. That shelter was full and transferred me to another shelter. The 2nd shelter placed me in a home. I was returned to the shelter and from there, came to Pet Harbor.
  1. 6/15/2024 – Meow
  2. 11/5/2022 – Greeter
  3. 11/5/2022 – Lap Dog

More About Me: You know those dogs who love so much that they block your path because if they’re snoozing in your way and you head towards them, they will go belly up and want you to scratch? That’s the category in which my foster mom says I fall. No pun intended with the word “fall” there. If my foster mom does manage to get past me, I follow her. I’m not a pest or annoying. I give her gentle kisses unless she tells me to go away, at which point I will sit quietly in her exit path and wait for her to return. I am a snuggler, a hugger, a curl-up-in-your-arms kind of gal. At least that’s what my foster mom says. I try to give her hugs while she’s working. Her boss doesn’t like that much, but I don’t care about her boss. I just care about getting all my lovin’. My favorite thing to do with children at my foster home, besides just being with them, is to sit in front of them, swish my tail, and put up one or both paws so they’ll pay attention to me. Then as soon as they do, I slink down into belly-up position. It gets them every time! A win for both of us! Pet Harbor found evidence that in my first home, young as I was, I was used as a breeding machine. Fortunately, I got to leave there. Unfortunately, I left there with heartworm disease, which is caused by a mosquito. Then I ended up in two shelters, then in another home. They took good care of me, but they felt my energy level was too much for them as they were not spring chickens. They then returned me back to the shelter. Then I came to Pet Harbor. While I love the great outdoors since, after all, I am a Siberian husky, at least in my foster home and the home before it, I have been a cuddler and seem to want nothing more than to be belly up with my people on the bed or sofa or wherever we can get cozy.