My name is Buddy!

Siberian Husky/Labrador Retriever Mix Dog for adoption in Shingleton, Michigan - Buddy
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Hairy Houdini Siberian Husky Rescue

Facts about Buddy

  • Breed: Siberian Husky/Labrador Retriever Mix
  • Color: Red/Golden/Orange/Chestnut - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: A31263996
Buddy is 1 year old.
At 4 months old, he was found at the door of a shelter, he was adopted then five months later that same shelter was given a call on an abuse case. It was Buddy. He was tied to a post, tangled to a point where he could not reach his house. It was 20 degrees outside. There was no straw or bedding in his house. There was no water or food. The owner surrendered him, and he was taken back to the shelter.
Buddy scratched a worker at the shelter on two separate occasions, and due to his excessive strength and bad behavior, was scheduled to be euthanized.
All this before he was one year old.
He is with us now, and Buddy is proving to be nothing more than an energetic puppy. He is showing daily improvement with his manners.
He is ready for adoption!

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About Hairy Houdini Siberian Husky Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

The mission of the Hairy Houdini Siberian Husky Rescue is to help Siberian Huskies and Husky mixes in need and educate about the proper care of the breed.

We are a foster home based rescue organization serving MI, OH, IN & WI. Once the dogs are in our care, they get completely vetted, altered, micro-chipped, temperament tested, monitored and cared for by our wonderful foster program. Once we have matched the personality of the dog with the perfect home, they get adopted! Application, home visit, contract and adoption donation apply.

Our Adoption Process...


The first step is the application. Filling out the detailed application lets us know which husky would be a good fit for your family. We think all of our dogs are perfect the way they are, but every home is not. This is why they have ended up with us. We are very thorough with this step. The first thing we do, is call you and review your application over the phone. Next, we call the references, so please be prepared. It helps speed the process if you let your vet and references know we will be calling. This step can take up to 1-2 weeks, although we try to get through it sooner. Click here to complete the application online.

Home Visit:

We will set up a good time with you for one of our volunteers to come meet with you. They interview all the household members, and make sure a Siberian Husky is suited for you. They will also help you understand the breed, and what they need as far as a family.

Meet & Greet:

After you have been approved for adoption, we can set you up to meet the dogs! You must bring any current pets to make sure they will get along. We have a network of foster homes, so it is preferred that you are willing to drive to meet any specific dog you are interested in. If for any specific reason you are not able to drive, transportation can usually be arraigned through volunteers, by a case by case basis.

Minimum Adoption Donation:

*Birth through 6 months old – $300
* 6 months or older – $250

All dogs are:

Spayed or neutered before adoption
Evaluated for temperament and trainability
Up to date on core vaccinations
Heartworm tested and on preventative
Microchipped for identification

Before applying, please consider the following:

Are all household members in agreement about adopting a Siberian Husky and willing to participate in a home visit?
Are your current pets neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and current on heartworm preventative where appropriate?
Are you ready to adopt within the next few weeks?
Are your vet and personal references aware that they will be receiving a phone call from us?
Have you given this a lot of thought, and are prepared to welcome a new family member into your home?
Do you have the time and patience for this breed of dog?