Southern Siberian Rescue is a volunteer based 501(c)3 organization so we do not have a physical facility with operating hours that you can visit to meet our dogs. All of our foster dogs are in our personal homes. You need to fill out our adoption application and get approved to adopt and then we will set a time for you to meet our foster dogs. As a volunteer based group, we all have jobs, family, personal dogs and other commitments but we try to acknowledge and process applications as quickly as we can. That being said, we try to keep our available foster dogs as current as we can but it is time consuming to get pics and information on new dogs so not all of our dogs are listed at all times so please fill out our app and then we can discuss dogs that will work for you and your situation. We average 40 Siberians in our program so we are certain we have one that will work for you. Please know that we are not obligated to answer inquiries on dogs as we will focus on processing approved applicants. Again, there is ample time to discuss all of our foster dogs AFTER we have an approved application on file. We do adopt out of state but we ask that you, your family and existing pets make the trip to NC to meet and adopt our foster dogs.
Approx. DOB: April 2006
Weight: Approx. 45 lbs.
Coat Color: Black and White
Eye Color: Blue
Energy Level: Medium, loves to play with the other dogs in her foster home
Personality: Very affectionate, sweet, loveable and playful
Good with Dogs: Yes
Good with Cats: Not tested yet but probably not as Siberians are notorious for their high prey drive and typically kill cats, rabbits, birds, squirrels, opossums, etc.
Good with Children: 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.
Crate Trained: Yes
Rides Well in Car: Yes
Leash Trained: Does pretty well on leash with not much pulling
Basic Obedience: Working on sit and 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 .
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