What is the best word to describe Vin? Happy! Vin is just happy, happy, happy. His tail is always wagging. He is also very energetic despite his age. He may be estimated at 8 years old and completely deaf, with impaired sight, but none of these factors slow him down one bit! He plays with other dogs all day long without issue. Due to his high energy and strength, he is recommended not to live with children which he can knock over. He has not been tested with cats, but may be ok. However, the Siberian Husky has a high prey drive and generally cats are not recommended. We believe he may have been a sled dog before he was picked up as a stray. He has no leash manners; and will need to be trained. Vin has lived outdoors his whole life, and is finally starting to accept life indoors. He is also starting to seek affection, rather than being indifferent. Vin is crate trained, and will go into his crate once he knows where it is and that it is his. Vin is intact, and due to his age he will be adopted on a strict no breeding contract. Vin is located in Tweed, ON and in lieu of an adoption fee, a donation is greatly appreciated.
Adoption process applies
Located in Tweed, ON – donation-based adoption fee
In foster - Needs foster or adopter
Looking for a home since July 2016
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