Indiana is a male, neutered, Siberian Husky. He is 6 1/2 years old, has beautiful blue eyes, and a coat of black and white. He is up to date on vaccinations, house trained and microchipped.
Indiana has a condition called retinal atrophy which does cause him to have some mild blindness. This condition has remained stable for some time, and does not prevent him from being an active, happy Husky.
Indiana is looking for a home with an active family that can provide him with lots of exercise and love! He enjoys walking, hiking, and running, as well as just relaxing at home with his humans near by. Indiana has exhibited some separation anxiety and its recommended he be placed in a home with a female canine companion, or possibly someone who is retired or works from home.
If you are interested in adopting Indiana please sumbit an application on our website.
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