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Here's some additional details on Siberian Huskies:
Siberian Huskies have a zest for life that is unmatched by few breeds. Every time a Husky is outside, it's as if it's his first time and well into adulthood Huskies play with the vigor of a puppy. They may seem like a good family dog for first time dog owners, but Huskies can often be “too much dog” for a novice. They require extensive exercise in order maintain good behavior. Only those with the time and energy to fully commit to a Husky should consider adopting one. Siberian Husky owners agree: you get out of a Siberian Husky what you put into him, and they are well worth the effort.
Siberian Huskies need a lot of vigorous activity in order to maintain health and happiness. They were developed as sled dogs, which means they have plenty of energy and endurance. Adopting a Siberian Husky means adopting an active lifestyle. This breed enjoys long walks, hikes, jogs and bike rides. In the yard they can play fetch for hours, and some even like to play frisbee. That’s not to say they don’t relax, and can be good TV companions. Living with another dog is the best case scenario as they can play together and burn off some energy. However, remember, Huskies are notorious escape artists. They should not be left unattended outside, or the chances of them running off on a new adventure is a good possibility. They tend to "talk" quite a bit which is a consideration if you live in a home that has adjoining walls with a neighbor.
If you are interested in adopting, please email MalRescueDE@gmail.com for an application. Once your application is processed, a home visit is required. There is an adoption fee of $250 for each adult dog. Our dogs are healthy, spayed or neutered, up to date on shots, and heartworm negative.
Unfortunately rescues don't have the ability to hold dogs for adopters. Dogs are adopted to approved adopters on a first come, first serve basis. Our goal is to get a dog adopted to a forever home so that we can then help another one. If you are interested in one of our dogs, the first step is to request an application, which is typically sent to you the same day you have emailed your request. We process your application the day it is received. The next step is a home visit, and then you will be invited to meet the dogs. While we represent the State of Delaware, the majority of AMROD’s dogs are fostered in west-central Virginia. Contact preference is by email, firstname.lastname@example.org, rather than by phone. We appreciate you considering an AMROD dog!