Niko is a timid boy overall, and tends to bark and run for cover when he hears sounds like the washing machine running, or the central air conditioning unit when it’s on and he’s out in the yard. Niko would be best in a quieter home without a lot of fast moving activity or small children, and he would likely be happiest as an only dog because he’s not too crazy about other dogs, male dogs in particular. A backyard enclosed with a fence that’s at least 5 feet high would be best for him.
Niko is a special boy who’s looking for a loving forever home with a special human who has a gentle touch, someone who will continue working with him as he learns to love his new life with you.
All of our dogs are fostered in private homes throughout the tri-state area and are shown to approved applicants (within a 100 mile radius of Philadelphia, PA) by appointment only.
Please visit our website at www.sibes.com to submit an online application if you are interested.
Due to the Siberian Husky's High Prey Drive, we DO NOT place them in homes with cats or other smaller pets.
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