QUINCY NEEDS FOREVER HOME!!!!
Name: Quincy Breed: Husky/Shepherd mix
Approximate Age: 1.5-2 y/o SEX: female
Approximate Weight: 50lbs
Has Lived With: dogs
Currently Living at: Doggy daycare facility.
Special adoption considerations: Resource guarding with food. Best with older children (no kids under 15 years old). Best as only dog or with experienced owner who understands resource guarding.
Quincy is a beautiful husky/shepherd mix who is looking for her forever home where she can run and play all day long! Quincy currently lives in a doggy daycare facility so is great with other dogs and is very active. She is looking for a family who will provide at least 1-3 hours of exercise every day and who is up to the challenge of owning a husky mix.
Quincy is roughly between 1.5-2 y/o and is a female husky/shepherd mix. Quincy would love to curl up in a ball at your feet after a long day of playing but will challenge any owner not willing to spend time training and exercising her! Quincy has some guarding tendencies with food, so we recommend that she does not go to a home with small children.
Like most shelter dogs, Quincy may need a refresher on housetraining. She is likely crate trained.
The adoption fee for this dog is $350, which includes the cost of routine vetting, including vaccinations and spay/neuter. If you are interested in adopting, please download our Adoption Questionnaire and email it to Elissa at email@example.com!
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