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My name is Bridget!

Siberian Husky Dog for adoption in Raleigh, North Carolina - Bridget
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Southern Siberian Rescue

Facts about Bridget

  • Breed: Siberian Husky
  • Color: Black - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
  • ID#: 10250994
You can fill out an adoption application online on our official website.

Name: Bridget
Sex: Female
Approx. DOB: September 2010
Weight: Approx. 50 lbs.
Coat Color: Black and White
Eye Color: Blue
Energy Level: Medium to High.
Personality: Bridget is a very sweet, playful girl and the epitome of a Siberian. She is always moving and ready to be at your side for some attention and exercise. She will be best suited in a home by herself with a very active lifestyle or with a male sibling to run off some of her energy. Bridget is a rough and tumble kinda girl with a soft side but can hold her ground if challenged. Unfortunately she has proved herself an escape artist and can jump her foster mom's 6 foot privacy fence so she will be adopted out to a home with leash walks only, running and hiking to burn off her energy. She can never be trusted in a fenced in area and certainly not a chain link fence.
Good with Dogs: Yes but will be better matched with male sibling.
Good with Cats: NO. Siberians are notorious for their high prey drive and typically kill cats, rabbits, birds, chickens, squirrels, opossums, etc.
Good with Children: Bridget does fine with kids. Even gets belly rubs from her Foster Mom's neighbor kids. Siberians are typically good with children of all ages and the only reason we would not list them as not good with kids is because they may be too energetic and bouncy and knock over a toddler.
House Trained: Yes
Crate Trained: Yes
Rides Well in Car: Yes
Leash Trained: Bridget is a typical Siberian on leash. She is fine until she sees something of interest and then will dig her back legs into the ground and pull a semi if she were hooked up to it! She does tend to stop and smell the roses on walks as there are too many good smells to just pass by. Then she's off and running again.
Basic Obedience: Bridget does know sit and is working on other basic commands.

All Southern Siberian Rescue foster dogs are microchipped, up to date on shots, spay/neutered and on monthly heartworm preventative. For additional information on Southern Siberian Rescue and Siberian Huskies, please visit www.SouthernSiberian.com. To fill out an application, please visit How to Adopt.

Southern Siberian Rescue is based out of Raleigh, NC and serve SE states only (NC, SC, VA, WV, KY, GA, TN) due to our required home check that is part of our review process. We will try to serve other areas, only if there is no comparable Siberian Rescue or Siberian in your area. If we have a volunteer in your area that can do a home check for us, we will ask that you be prepared to drive to Raleigh, NC to meet the foster dog of interest. You will need to bring all of you existing pets and immediate family members to meet our dogs. We need to know that it is a good match for all involved. For local adopters, we will bring the foster dog(s) of interest to you at the home check.

SSR can not and will not hold dogs for anyone. We can’t. If we do, that means another Siberian will die in a shelter because a shelter dogs time is very limited, as is our foster space. We do our best to process applications in the order received and first application gets first interest in our foster dog(s). We understand that there will be scheduling conflicts with home checks and meet and greets with our foster homes and foster dogs and we will accommodate for that if a potential adopter has interest in a particular foster dog in our program.



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About Southern Siberian Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Southern Siberian Rescue is a group of dedicated volunteers responsibly rescuing Siberian Huskies in need throughout North Carolina and surrounding states. Our sole purpose and priority is to help unwanted, misunderstood, abandoned or neglected Siberians find homes. We do this by providing needed health care, rehabilitation and training for all our foster dogs and carefully screening potential adopters. The Siberian Husky is not a breed for everyone and adopters need to understand this breed and all of its quirks and beauty. We also spend a great deal of time educating potential owners and the public about the Siberian Husky, their special requirements, temperament, personalities and traits. We promote the importance of adopting from a reputable rescue or working with a responsible breeder when inviting a Siberian to your home. If you chose not to rescue, please contact us at SouthernSibes@yahoo.com on how to find a reputable breeder. With so many homeless Siberians and Siberians facing death in shelters, it goes without saying that we are serious advocates on spay and neutering your pets. Not only is it the responsible thing to do, it is the right thing to do medically. Statistics show that unaltered females have a higher risk of mammary cancer and unaltered males are a higher risk for testicular cancer. PLEASE love your pets and spay or neuter them.

Donate to Our Rescue Group...

http://www.southernsiberian.com/how_to_help.html#6

Come Meet Our Pets...

Southern Siberian Rescue has volunteers across the state of North Carolina that foster our dogs in their personal homes. We do not have a facility that you can visit. Please email us at SouthernSibes@yahoo.com to find out how to meet the dogs. You can also visit our Events Calendar at www.SouthernSiberian.com to find out where we will be with the foster dogs.

Our Adoption Process...

To begin our adoption process, please fill out our adoption application at www.southernsiberian.com, under How to Adopt. We check both vet reference on existing pets and personal references. A homecheck is mandatory, whether it is done by one of our volunteers and you come meet our foster dogs or we bring the foster dog that you are interested in to you. We do this to be sure it's a good fit for all involved, not to see if your house is clean or not. We strive to provide a happy, loving, permanent home for our foster dogs.

Our adoption fee is $250, which helps offset the cost of veterinary care. All foster dogs are adopted out healthy, up to date on vaccines, spay or neutered, microchipped, on monthy heartworm preventative and Frontline and a limited slip collar.