My name is Meeka!

Siberian Husky/Greyhound Mix Dog for adoption in Cavan, Ontario - Meeka
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S.H.A.R.P. Siberian Husky Assistance and Rescue Program

Facts about Meeka

  • Breed: Siberian Husky/Greyhound Mix
  • Color: Tan/Yellow/Fawn - With White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
  • Sex: Female
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Important Note

Meeka is best friends with Nanook. Please adopt both of them so they can stay together!
Names: Meeka
Bonded With: Nanook
Breed: Alaskan Husky
Gender: female
Age: 2 years
Cat: NO
Dogs: good – 40 pounds or larger
Kids: good

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.

-adoption contract and fee applies

-Located in Tweed, ON - $350

-in foster – need foster or adopter

-Looking for a home since November 2016

To fill out an adoption application, please visit SHARP – Siberian Husky Assistance & Rescue Program’s website at or email

About S.H.A.R.P. Siberian Husky Assistance and Rescue Program

About Our Rescue Group...

S.H.A.R.P. Awareness

The Siberian Husky Assistance and Rescue Program (S.H.A.R.P.) is an organization dedicated to the health, welfare and happiness of Siberian Huskies. By working with animal shelters, rescue groups, dog owners and the general public, our goals are:

To offer advice to owners about the proper care and ownership of Siberian Huskies
To provide education and information about the Siberian Husky breed
To assist with the rescue of Siberian Huskies

Advice. The membership of S.H.A.R.P. consists of owners and breeders of Siberian Huskies. Our members have a wealth of knowledge about the behavior, training and care needed for the breed. We are eager to offer our experience to help others enjoy the company of their pet. In addition, we have access to a wide variety of information and expertise, including the Siberian Husky Club of Canada, the Canadian Kennel Club and several international organizations. We want people and their Siberians to have long, happy lives together.
Education. The Siberian Husky is a beautiful and noble breed. They are often seen in movies, television and advertisements. Unfortunately this exposure can and has led to problems. People want to own a Siberian because of their beauty and the behavior seen in these controlled situations. They do not realize the time and effort needed to work with a Siberian in order to achieve these goals. Similar problems occurred with the Dalmatian and Saint Bernard breeds with the movies “101 Dalmatians” and “Beethoven”. S.H.A.R.P. cares about the image and myths that exist about the Siberian Husky breed. We want to ensure people understand the Siberian Husky.
Rescue. Although we hope that through advice and education, all Siberian Huskies and their owners will enjoy a lifetime together, in reality this does not always happen. When all else fails, S.H.A.R.P. works on the rescue, rehabilitation and relocation of a Siberian Husky in distress. We help local shelters and humane societies rescue neglected or mistreated Siberian Huskies. We also use this network and other contacts to return lost Siberians to their owners. And we work with these organizations and the general public to find new homes for Siberians.
S.H.A.R.P. members receive no salaries for their work. All our members donate their time because of their love of the breed. However, Siberian Huskies, which come under our care, frequently require extra medical and nutritional assistance. S.H.A.R.P. would welcome your donation to help our efforts. If financial assistance is not possible, contributions towards our auctions will be accepted.
To find out how you can help or if you know of a Siberian Husky in need of assistance, please contact S.H.A.R.P. at:
Marilyn Hubley Administrator at
Melissa Van Grootel Co-ordinator

Our Adoption Process...

Our adoption process is similar to other rescues. The first step is to fill out our adoption application. After we have reviewed it and discussed amongst ourselves, a home visit will need to be scheduled. After the home visit (sometimes at the same time if local to the dog of interest), a meet and greet will be scheduled with your whole family and your pets. After the meet and greet, you may pick up your dog from their foster home, sign the contract, and pay the adoption fee! We do not adopt dogs over 6 months of age to homes with cats.