I went to my forever home on February 14, 2023!
January 9, 2022
What am I?
Spayed female Siberian husky
Black & white, one blue eye, one parti eye (both blue & brown in the same eye)
27 pounds (as of 1/9/2023)
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 gravitated towards children. They’re small like I am. I choose to spend most of my time with and sleep with the little girl in my foster home. Because I have shown timidity around adults and not around children, Pet Harbor is requiring my home have at least one child who is at the time of my adoption under age 12.
Experience with Cats:
Pet Harbor does not know my history with cats prior to coming to Pet Harbor. Since coming to Pet Harbor, I have been around cats daily and have shown no interest other than sniffing them. Initially, I engaged in a playful chase or two, though my interest wasn’t held long. 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 does not know my history with dogs prior to coming to Pet Harbor. When evaluated at the shelter before coming to Pet Harbor, I was fine with the other female dog I met. When I first came to Pet Harbor, I did a lot of snarling and noisemaking towards other dogs. I gravitated towards the one dog who was close to my size. A few days later, I was and still am fine with all of them, but I do gravitate towards play with the dog closest to my size, who happens to be a female Siberian husky mix. Because of my timidity and the lack thereof with dogs, Pet Harbor is requiring my home have at least one other dog.
Owner Aptitude Level:
Young Northern breed experience preferred
Running at large, I landed in a county shelter. My humans did not come to look for me. So I came to Pet Harbor.
More About Me: Note: I am not underweight. Some dogs are oversized. Some dogs are just right. I am just undersized, a cute, petite little girly. These pictures don’t show how tiny I really am. The little girl in my foster home calls me “The Little Puppy.” I do have puppy behaviors, and I am tiny. But I am about a year old. Initially, when I have met adult people, I have exhibited a bit of timidity. In fact, when an adult tried to bring me in the house after being outside for a bit, I backed out of my collar. Then the child brought me inside with no issue. When I have met children, I have shown no timidity. I have absolutely been a child’s dog in my foster home. The little girl can walk me on a leash without issue. Other than children, my BFF is a 35-pound female Siberian mix dog. After the first day, I have been great with all dogs I’ve encountered, which helps my socialization. See, I gravitate to the smaller ones, which is good because they adore me, both the children and the smaller dog. I have been gentle and easy and so super sweet to them. The timidity I have for adults hopefully will eventually ease because I have found solace with children and dogs. At least that’s what my foster parents have observed.