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My name is Honey!

Siberian Husky Dog for adoption in Vallejo, California - Honey
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Northern California Sled Dog Rescue

Facts about Honey

  • Breed: Siberian Husky
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Unknown
  • ID#: 11282650

Please note we do NOT adopt to homes with small animals including small dogs. No Exceptions. 

Also Norsled does not adopt outside the Northern California/ Central California area. 



Siberian Husky

Just in from Fresno, Honey is a petite (44 pounds but she needs to gain a few more!) sweetheart of a girl. She is a Husky mix (she has a very curled tail - maybe Shiba Inu in there?) and about 18 months old. 
 
She is built a bit like a Thoroughbred . . . long legs and very athletic and lean. She is very quiet (not a peep yet) and gentle but loves to play with her foster brother. Honey is great in the car, uses a dog door and can be trusted alone in the house. She has excellent recall and wants nothing more than to please. Her athletic body combined with her intelligence and willingness to please would make her an excellent agility candidate. 
 
She gets along great with other dogs of both sexes but seems more committed to her 'person' than other dogs. She is extremely affiliative and prefers to sleep next to your bed (or on the bed with you if given the opportunity). Honey wakes up giving kisses. She gives 'hugs' when you ask and we are working on other obedience tricks. She loves walks but is pretty darn happy just to hang out with you. 
 
Honey does bark if there is a good reason to . . . someone on your driveway . . . at the door . . .unlike most Huskies, she is a pretty good guard dog.
 
 
Honey is not an escape artist BUT she does like the feel of an open road. Be careful opening doors and gates as she will make a run for it  . . . and this girl is lightning fast when she wants to be. Once out, she pretends that she's never met you so best that she does not get out in the first place!

Honey is not an escape artist BUT she does like the feel of an open road. Be careful opening doors and gates as she will make a run for it  . . . and this girl is lightning fast when she wants to be. Once out, she pretends that she's never met you so best that she does not get out in the first place!
 
If her foster did not already have a full house she would have been adopted the on day one. This stellar girl is a gem and absolutely full of love.
 
Honey is currently being fostered in Oakland. Come meet her. She will not be available for long.  . .


If you are interested in any of the dogs, the first step is to fill out an adoption questionnaire found on our website and email it back to rescue@norsled.org

 

 

 



About Northern California Sled Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Northern California Sled Dog Rescue (NorSled) is an all-volunteer non-profit group dedicated to rescuing, rehabilitating and finding new homes for unwanted, abused and abandoned Siberian Huskies, Alaskan Malamutes, Samoyeds, American Eskimo and Northern-breed mixes.

Come Meet Our Pets...

Our schedule is located at http://www.norsled.org/schedule.html

Our Adoption Process...

NorSled requires an adoption fee, usually from $225-$350 to cover spay/neuter, all necessary shots, microchipping, heartworm tests and any medical procedures needed. (Any monies collected from your adoption fee over and above costs will be put toward expenses for other wonderful dogs.)

The NorSled Foster handbook can be found at http://www.norsled.org/available.html