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Northern California

None listed at this time

North Eastern California

None listed at this time

San Francisco Bay Area

Male, 2 years 3 months old, White, Blue eyes

Sugar is Available Do you have a place for me? "Sugar" -- Meet Sugar!

He is as sweet as sugar and coming to us from Salinas, California. Sugar is a 60 pound Husky that is about 1 and half years old. He is full of loving affection and boundless energy! He is friendly with new people and always has a kiss ready for you. Like many other Northern Breeds, Sugar should not go home with young children or animals smaller than 25 lbs. He is extremely active, and will require lots of vigorous exercise to keep him happy and healthy! He loves to go running, hiking, and would be the perfect workout buddy. Because of his high energy and large stature, he should go to a home with prior husky/northern breed experience who is willing to work with him on his manners!

If you are interested in meeting this amazing dog, please fill out an adoption application on our website!
http://www.wearefamilydog.com/2016/sugar/
For more information call Family Dog Rescue at 415-935-3647, or email adopt@ilovefamilydog.org
2017-05-20

Male, 5 years old, Black, Blue eyes

Rocky is Available Do you have a place for me? "Rocky" -- Hey there everyone! My name is Rocky and I’m a gorgeous (if I may say so myself) Husky/Malamute who is about 5 years young. I’m about 65 pounds.

So I had a kind of rough start to life…but I try not to let that get me down. I was kept in a back yard my whole life with little contact from humans or other dogs. When I came to Family Dog, I realized how much fun life can really be!! I have a total fan club here full of humans who are in love with me-it’s pretty great. I get to go for walks, hikes, and even run with our Running Club. I even have a group of volunteers who have been working with me on training and agility. I’ve come so far already in my short time here.
I have so much love to give. I would do best with an owner who has big breed/Northern breed experience. I also need an owner who has calm assertive energy and who can teach me manners. (I’ve never had the chance to be taught manners but I’m eager to learn!) I am SO excited to get out into the world and experience life like I haven’t gotten the chance to in the past.
I currently live with another dog here at the shelter, and do best with more mellow energy dogs. I don't like cats, and I would love to be the center of attention! I also like to talk like a classic Husky/Malamute and will let you know how I’m feeling. Come meet me and stare into my icy blue eyes…people tell me I’m pretty handsome.
Please give me a shot, I promise you won’t be disappointed. Please fill out an adoption application on our website if you are interested!
http://www.wearefamilydog.com/2017/rocky-2/
For more information call Family Dog Rescue at 415-935-3647, or email adopt@ilovefamilydog.org
2017-05-20

Male, 7 years old, Tan and White, Amber eyes

Lobo is Available Do you have a place for me? "Lobo" -- Lobo! Meet this big guy from Salinas, California! He is very sweet and loves to be around people. If you've always wanted a husky but was afraid of the energy, Lobo is your guy! Whether you want to take long strolls or hang out on the couch, Lobo is happy to oblige. Lobo is around 7 years old, and about 75 lbs. He is mellow, and is excited to find his forever home! Like many northern breeds, Lobo has some prey drive with small animals, and should not go home with any dogs or cats under 20 lbs. He is an older guy, and would prefer to be the only dog in a household without young children. If you’d like to meet this guy, please fill out an adoption application.
http://www.wearefamilydog.com/2017/lobo-3/
For more information call Family Dog Rescue at 415-935-3647, or email adopt@ilovefamilydog.org
2017-05-20

Sacramento

None listed at this time

Central California

Male, 12 months old, White, Bi-Eyed eyes

Saber is Available Do you have a place for me? "Saber" -- He is a 1 yr old fixed dog at the spca in Fresno. I do not know the past of him and neither does the shelter. I had him for 2 days and he has a fear based agression towards men and he is very skiddish and nippy when scared. But he attached to me quickly and responds well to being loved and cared for. I believe with the right training and time he can be a wonderful dog and I believe he deserves a chance. I feel the shelter has him on last call so I worry thy won't keep him much longer because of his fear towards men . I really have high hopes for this baby!
For more information call Kuoko Duncan at 916-932-3575, or email Kokoduncan@aol.com
2017-07-25

Central Coast California

None listed at this time

Southern California

None listed at this time

Northern Nevada

None listed at this time

Southern Nevada

None listed at this time

Northern Oregon

None listed at this time

Southern Oregon

None listed at this time
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