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My name is Stephen and Lily!

Husky Mix Dog for adoption in Winston Salem, North Carolina - Stephen and Lily
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For Adoption By Private Owner (Winston Salem, NC)

Adoption fee: $50
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Facts about Stephen and Lily

  • Breed: Husky Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 109817
Stephen and Lily were found last year and their owners could not be located and the circumstances suggested that they were dumped. They are bonded and are much better behaved together than separate. Due to a new job they will have to spend up to 14 hours a day in crates, maybe longer, which is unacceptable. We hope to find them a forever home together with someone who understands huskies. They appear to be full Siberian Husky, but without a DNA test, we can't know for sure.
Lily is a spayed female, current on her vaccines and is likely Stephen's sister. She is smaller at about 45-50 lbs. Stephen weighs about 70-75 lbs. They are loving, playful and funny. It would be best if their new family understands husky quirks and can handle all the fur. They're almost through the last of the puppy stages. He is well behaved as long as Lily is around. He exhibits some separation anxiety when they're apart if he doesn't have a person around. She is still chewing up things when she's unsupervised. They are crate trained, housebroken and have learned a few commands. I wouldn't recommend them for living on a farm, they will chase chickens and other small animals and they will bark at horses.

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