I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, up to date with shots, declawed, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Hi everyone, my name is Lips. Yes, I know that it is a very silly name but I am a very silly dog. I was named after Lips Lollipops because I am just that delicious. I am also a big talker and a krazy kisser; I just can’t stop myself. If you met me you would understand…
When I am not woo-woo wooing or kissing I am off playing and getting into mischief. Like most huskies trouble finds me; I don’t know how but it always does. I love to chew things, hide in strange places and counter surf but my foster mom is working hard to help me grow up and become a good listener. I didn’t have much training before I got to my foster home so she understands that I am still a puppy even if I am almost a year old. I just can’t seem to grow up. I’ll try to stay away from trouble but if it keeps finding me it is definitely not my fault.
I have to say that I am a lot of fun. I love other dogs whatever size they are and playing is one of my favorite things. I also love kids even though my foster mom says that because I am on springs and I might be a little bit much for little, little kids but I don’t really know what that means. I am also housebroken and crate-trained too which makes me a really good girl at least that is what my mom says.
Oh, I should tell you what happened before I came to Tails of the Tundra, I almost forgot. I lived with my mom and my human sister and dog sister but then my mom had to move and couldn’t take me with her because she had no place to go. I was sad but my grandparents helped me out for a little while I waited to come to Tails of the Tundra and now I am here and looking for a new home. I hope that I find one soon. I love a good adventure and there are so many people that I haven’t kissed yet. Do you wanna be next?
Lips is an 11 month old female Siberian Husky. She has blue eyes and weighs about 39 lbs. She loves kids, but has high energy so maybe better with older children. She would do well in a 5 ft. fence or higher.