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This stunning gent is Orion. Orion was saved from a kill shelter in GA. This was not his first rodeo there. Orion was a stud for a backyard breeder in a rural part of GA who let his dogs roam freely. That’s not a good Husky life! He was picked up several time by Animal Control and this time his owners did not come for him. But we did!! We just can’t say enough good things about this guy. Not only is he handsome, but he’s such an easy going guy. He’s perfect for first time Husky owners – but do your research before applying! Orion is approximately 3 years old but he acts like he’s older. He’s a true gentleman. He’s not overly energetic but loves his walks and even walks well on a leash ((for a Husky!)). He’s house broken and not destructive in the home so we haven’t had to use a crate with him. He’s pretty indifferent to other dogs – could really take them or leave them. But he doesn’t like to play with others, so we’d like to see him go to a home with other laid back dogs, or as an only dog. True to the breed, he’s a finicky eater – but he’ll eat boiled chicken anytime! He also greets all people who come to visit with kisses. Because of his laid back personality, young children may be too much stimulation for him, so please only apply if you have older or no children in the home. Orion is being fostered in NC but can be transported to our rescue locations in MD or NJ for an approved adopter. He is now neutered and current on his vaccines, but has tested positive for heartworms. We have begun his treatment using the slow kill method, as he’s not symptomatic, and will provide treatment to him until he’s negative – even once he’s adopted.
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