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My name is Biggs - LOST!

Siberian Husky Dog for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Biggs - LOST
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Southern Siberian Rescue

Facts about Biggs - LOST

  • Breed: Siberian Husky
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 403110
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Please help us find Biggs. He was adopted in December of 2007 and escaped his back yard on January 13, 2008, in the area of Dulaire and Pinecroft near Four Seasons Mall in Greensboro, North Carolina. He is listed with local shelters and flyers have been posted but sadly there have been no sightings of Biggs at all. We fear he was picked up or taken in by someone without a care that he is missed, loved and very much wanted back. Biggs is microchipped and has both an ID tag and rabies tag on his collar. Makes no sense that someone would find him and not contact us. We are very hopeful that Biggs is okay and that his microchip will get him back to us. Please keep an eye out for him and contact us if you think you know where he is or who may have him. Biggs is a black and white male Siberian with blue eyes. His approximate DOB is May 2006 and he weighs about 46 lbs. He is tall, leggy and very friendly.



Biggs is a goof ball. He's just happy to be around and having fun. He loves to romp and play with his foster siblings, is great with humans but not tested with cats. Biggs is a black and white male Siberian with blue eyes. His approximate DOB is May 2006 and he weighs about 46 lbs. He is tall and leggy...better to run and jump in the back yard.



Biggs is new to our program but so far we know he crates well, does pretty well on leash but does dig some in the back yard. He has marked in his foster home upon arrival but not done so recently. He has not shown much interest in chew toys but will occasionally grab a Nylabone. He has not challenged the fence at his Foster Home, but that fence is hotwired. He is working on sit and other basic commands. He loves to cuddle and snuggle.



Please check back on Biggs as he settled into his foster home and we learn a bit more about him.



All Southern Siberian Rescue foster dogs are microchipped, up to date on shots, spay/neutered and on monthly heartworm preventative. For additional information on Southern Siberian Rescue and Siberian Huskies, please visit www.SouthernSiberian.com. To fill out an application, please visit How to Adopt.



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About Southern Siberian Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Southern Siberian Rescue is a group of dedicated volunteers responsibly rescuing Siberian Huskies in need throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. Our sole purpose and priority is to help unwanted, misunderstood, abandoned or neglected Siberians find homes. We do this by providing needed health care, rehabilitation and training for all our foster dogs and carefully screening potential adopters. The Siberian Husky is not a breed for everyone and adopters need to understand this breed and all of its quirks and beauty. We also spend a great deal of time educating potential owners and the public about the Siberian Husky, their special requirements, temperament, personalities and traits. We promote the importance of adopting from a reputable rescue or working with a responsible breeder when inviting a Siberian to your home. If you chose not to rescue, please contact us at SouthernSibes@yahoo.com on how to find a reputable breeder. With so many homeless Siberians and Siberians facing death in shelters, it goes without saying that we are serious advocates on spay and neutering your pets. Not only is it the responsible thing to do, it is the right thing to do medically. Statistics show that unaltered females have a higher risk of mammary cancer and unaltered males are a higher risk for testicular cancer. PLEASE love your pets and spay or neuter them.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

http://www.southernsiberian.com/how_to_help.html#6

Come Meet Our Pets...

Southern Siberian Rescue has volunteers across the state of North Carolina that foster our dogs in their personal homes. We do not have a facility that you can visit. Please email us at SouthernSibes@yahoo.com to find out how to meet the dogs. You can also visit our Events Calendar at www.SouthernSiberian.com to find out where we will be with the foster dogs.

Our Adoption Process...

To begin our adoption process, please fill out our adoption application at www.southernsiberian.com, under How to Adopt. We check both vet reference on existing pets and personal references. A homecheck is mandatory, whether it is done by one of our volunteers and you come meet our foster dogs or we bring the foster dog that you are interested in to you. We do this to be sure it's a good fit for all involved, not to see if your house is clean or not. We strive to provide a happy, loving, permanent home for our foster dogs.

Our adoption fee is $250, which helps offset the cost of veterinary care. All foster dogs are adopted out healthy, up to date on vaccines, spay or neutered, microchipped, on monthy heartworm preventative and Frontline and a limited slip collar.