I am a 22 month old Siberian Husky who loves to run with tons & tons of energy to burn. I am up-to-date with all my vaccines and was recently neutered. It may change, now that I am fixed, but as it stands, I like to growl at male dogs to show dominance. With females, however, I am my handsome, soft and sweet self! Just as I prefer to play with females over males, I would prefer hanging out with a retired couple, over a young busy couple, as they would have more time to spend with me. Or if it is a younger couple, it would be ideal if there was at least one stay at home human. I don’t like being alone in the house so I would not complain in the least, if I had the companionship of a large breed female dog. No cats or small kids please. Lots of experience with Nordic breeds would be helpful.
2015-10-04-21-35-08I would like to continue my current diet of Blue Wilderness. I love mixing wet & dry food on a regular basis. I love bones... bones, did I say bones? Also love having lots of toys and treats to keep me busy. I am fully house trained. But please do not lock me in a crate as I get really scared and sad.
I can be stubborn sometimes, but I have PLENTY of love, slobber, kisses and cuddles to share. I will greet you at the door, without fail, like I haven't seen you for years. I love being groomed. I love snow, snow, snow…I can’t wait for Winter! I love car rides, sticking my tongue out makes the ride more fun.
In terms of my living accommodations, a big fenced yard would be awesome.
My current Mum collected an over flowing bucket of tears while composing this bio. She wants what's best for me, mainly the active lifestyle I need & deserve. This is a bit unconventional, but if it is not too much to ask, she would like to be able to schedule occasional visits with me at your convenience. She also still wants to buy me some food, toys and bones.
But enough of this... I am now ready to run and play.
If you think that I may be a good addition to your family, please contact my current mum at email@example.com.
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