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Please note: Before leaving our foster care, all dogs are spayed or neutered, are updated on shots, microchipped, checked for heartworm, and have had a vet examination. There will be an adoption fee of up to $400 depending on the group and the dog. Be sure to ask the foster home the fee for the dog you are interested in.
These are dogs available in Siberian Husky Rescue/Referral of California homes. For other available Siberian Huskies in these areas, please see the SHRR Rescue Groups or the Other Rescue Sites page. There are many Siberian Huskies on these sites that need homes.
NOTE: For listings of dogs available from private parties not associated with Siberian Husky Rescue/Referral of California, please check the Private Parties page.
Female, 5 years old, White, Blue eyes
"Nala" -- Nala is a gorgeous 5 year old white husky with blue eyes, with a thick almost Samoyed coat. I have noticed that she actually walks fairly well on leash, but she is leash reactive toward dogs and will pull and bark. She will need some work on this behavior. She seems to do much better with dog to dog introductions off leash (in a secured area). She doesn’t like the other dog coming on too strong but if the other dog is respectful of her space she warms up. I would not recommend taking her to dog parks at this time. She can also be cautious of new people, but again if they go slow she is soon very accepting and seeks attention. She likes being pet and cuddling. She has been having a great time going through the toy basket and especially likes playing ball. She rides well in the car and is crate trained. Positive reinforcement and gentle training should go a long way in making Nala feel more secure in her surroundings.
Male, 3 years old, Black and White, Blue eyes
"Charlie" -- Charlie is a little shy at first meeting, but he warms up to you with just a little bit of patience and maybe a few treats do the trick. He is a typical Alaskan Maamute. he needs to be useful and have a purpose that he shares with his master. He is full of energy, playful, fun and ready to go. He likes care rides, walks and play. He starts off on his walk pulling just a little, but then settles down. Charlie really does not want to be alone, he is a people dog, but because of his Sheppard background he wants to protect his owner and their property. He is respectful of your belongings. He sits and waits for his food bowl to be place on the ground before attacking it with gusto. He is still working on his basic commands like DOWN, STAY/WAIT so some basic obedience schooling would be a good and fun thing to do as he wants to please. Charlie also loves to be brushed and handled ...he just needs someone who can set the boundaries and hold him to it.. Children should be older teenagers. No small animals such as chickens, rabbits or cats please though, pretty please.
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