Hey everyone! We are a bonded pair of Alaskan Husky house pets. We thought we would be ok separated, but it turns out we can’t live without each other! But two is better than one anyway! We are sister and brother originally from Saskatchewan. When we got ourselves into trouble with cats, our owner was forced to surrender us to the shelter. The shelter separated us. We were apart for 2 months, but our behaviour started to show we needed to be reunited. Nanook is very very stressed without Meeka and both started to become aggressive with other dogs. We are skilled diggers, so we need a home that will tether us, or a yard with secure fencing and dig guard. Our forever home can absolutely not have cats, small dogs, or other pocket critters. We are great with children! We know basic commands and walk decently on a leash. We are very affectionate and love to cuddle. Belly rubs are fantastic! Meeka spends her days on her back, while Nanook lays on his side like a normal dog. We need more work on our crate training, and we counter surf and get into mischief when left alone. We also have separation anxiety from our humans. We would love a home with someone who is almost always home, active, and gentle. We don’t like when someone raises their voice. It makes us cower – especially Nanook. We love sleeping on our human’s bed, so best beat us there if you want a spot! We are spayed/neutered, up to date on vaccinations, and microchipped. We are located in Tweed, ON and our combined adoption fee is $350.
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-Located in Tweed, ON - $350
-in foster – need foster or adopter
-Looking for a home since November 2016
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