My name is Kalani and I was found as a stray wondering around with my older husky brother Malakai. No one is sure where we came from but they think we were possibly abused. We were brought to a shelter for a few days until our foster mom came to take us home.
I am around one year old and definitely in my puppy stages. I am a fun and exciting Siberian Husky! Although I am scared of new people and can act a bit shy, especially towards men. They think a man may have abused both my brother and I because we are both scared of men, but warm up after we learn they aren't trying to hurt us. Once I trust a person I will look at them to protect me when I get scared. When you meet me and pet me you will see and feel my ribs. I am very underweight and need some good food to help me put on weight. My foster mom says despite my skinny figure I am a not a big eater so it can be challenging to get me to eat. I am also full of energy! My foster siblings love to run and play with me. We also like to lay on our dog beds and chew bones. I love chewing, so you should have good chew toys for me, and put stuff away that you don't want me to chew.
Since I am so young and have had a rough start in life there are some things you need to help me figure out. My foster mom keeps talking to me about this potty training thing but I'm not sure what exactly she is talking about. I am also getting used to this box like thing they call a crate. My foster mom says I am a sneaky escape artist, so a Kong crate is preferred since it is more sturdy. I get excited when I see a person and start whining in my crate, but if I don't see a person I tend to be calm.
Because of my breed you should know we like adventure! We love to run and go on daily walks, it keeps us from being bored and tearing up your house. "A tired husky is a good husky". We also cannot be trusted alone, until we are pretty well trained. A firm owner is must since we usually know what we want and go for it as we are headstrong.
If you think you are up for the challenge of being the owner of this sweet girl please apply at www.FCHSNC.org or email her foster mom MeganFCHS@gmail.com with questions. She will be spayed, utd on shots, and microchiped upon adoption. Kalani is also on monthly heartworm and flea/tick preventatives. She is bonded with MALAKAI. Combined adoption fee is $400
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