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; What a beautiful, active and happy girl! She is all smiles and absolutely loves people. She is in need of a home with very good fencing, and positive outlets for her desire to run. People-oriented and social girl, who we know has a history in her past of going over the fence her previous owners had. She has not gotten out of the six foot fencing we use here at the sanctuary
; Nakita is a loving girl looking for a breed-savvy adopter. She does not do well with many other dogs unfortunately. She does great with several males, but no females or dog parks for this pretty girl. She does NOT do well when meeting dogs through a barrier or on leash, but with proper direction this could possibly change. Her new family would have to be prepared to work with her on this if she were to encounter dogs while out on walks etc. as she does not have leash manners to speak of and would need to be kept separate from other dogs while learning not to be leash reactive. She lives with a male dog currently and gets along with him very well, except does need to be separated during meal time as she is not a lady like eater and seems to think that ALL food must be for her and does not like to take no for an answer. ; ; It is very easy to fall in love with her beautiful face and completely charming personality, but before applying please do stop to think if you would be able to give her the exercise and training that she would need in order to reach her full potential. She needs someone who is comfortable with taking the lead who will of course love her and always treat her compassionately, but will set clear and completely consistent rules that she will be sure to test and challenge at times. We are looking for a home for her with someone who understands that although they are fluffy and adorable, Husky's can be a challenge for soft spoken person who does not know how or is not comfortable with being a leader that their dog must look to for directi
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