Adoption fee is $100, this dog is approx. 1.5-2 yrs old and is about 62 pounds
Hi my name is Pearl lets go play. I am a energetic girl, I have the build of a German Shepherd and the deep alert bark but the stunning blue eyes of the husky. I also acquired the stealth escape skills of the husky breed so I need a secure yard. I tend to get a little sassy with other female dogs so I will do better in a home without any female dogs so things don't get .... shall I say 'female doggish' around the house. I am also crate trained and do better left in a crate when you are away but if you don't mind some decorating while your away I could be out of the crate. If you want to leave me in the yard when you leave you should install a electrical hot wire it's about a $75 expense and will keep me put, if your yard is very secure I might stay in it also. You see when you are gone I think you are missing and I noticed you don't keep you tags on so I think I need to go find you, don't want you getting hit by a car or anything. Oh and the family that had found me also had cats I thought those things where so fascinating... according to my caretakers I find them so to fascinating. So squeaky play toy sized animals are not my thing to properly co-exist around. I am house trained when I am home with you and use to my crate when you are away.
I would love to find a running partner I know I can out run you, I will help push to to go faster and run further. Now that I am here at the rescue I hang out in the big dog play yard, we hang out and play all day with the other dogs.
So do you think you can be MINE? I promise to keep you safe and sound and warm at night... I will give you little fur bunnies from time to time as a gift during my shedding times.
All of our Husky/Northern breeds require a home visit for us to check out the fence and give tips on containment if needed. You can quicken your adoption process by sending us some yard pics, focusing on the fence lines after you send your application.
Please keep in mind if you want to own a husky you need to be open to the fact that containing this dog may require you to install a hot wire system(cost approx $100) this is quite often needed to preventing digging climbing or chewing through fences. A Hot wire is typically the best route to start with for a piece of mind. Some of our dogs we will require this prior to adoption due to known escape habits or the type of fencing you have. Installation is simple and can be done in under 2 hours on most yards.
Northern breeds are beautiful dogs but are also a challenge and demanding and can be very destructive and hard to contain when there needs are not met. Please learn a little more about the breed on our home page. Also we likely have other Huskies or Malamutes for adoption find out by visiting www.petangelsrescue.org.
The adoption fee is $150. This dog has had its age appropriate Vaccinations brought up to date with Rabies shot (4 m & older), heartworm tested (4 m & older) and/or started on prevention, basic dewormer, spayed or neutered and microchipped by 24Petwatch with free registration , and also comes with 30 days of free 24Petwatch Pet Insurance .
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