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Meet KD! KD is a spayed, red and white female Siberian Husky with bi eyes (1 blue and 1 amber colored). KD is up to date on shots, housetrained, and good with other dogs. KD loves people and is very affectionate. KD has been raised around all people of all ages, children etc. and is good with everyone he meets. Typical husky loves people and loves attention. KD is approx. 6 yrs old and full of pep and happieness. KD would love a home with a new walking partner to help her lose the couple remaining lbs from the tasty holiday dinners (who doesn't love honey ham and turkey!!). While she is great with other dogs, KD does not like kitties. KD is looking for a home that will adopt her and her best boyfriend Jager, a 3 yr old male red and white Siberian with amber colored eyes. You can read more information about Jager at www.snowdogrescue.com - available page. If you are interested in adopting the pair please complete the application on www.snowdogrescue.com and email to email@example.com. Both dogs are very sweet and quite strikingly beatiful. Right now they are all they have left in the world. Please keep their love and hope alive, and give them the forever family they've always dreamed of. Right now they need you more then ever. Show them love, show them forever. Give them a family.
GENERAL HUSKY INFO:
Huskies make great family pals, and love the companionship of other canines medium to xlarge size. They are a pack animal and consider there humans part of their pack. Because of this they truly enjoy being with there humans and canine friends. They are a fun, happy and active breed that promises to make you laugh and keep you smiling. As with any canines they need love and attention to be happy. This breed was born to run, and can be an escape artist easily scaling 6ft fences or finding the one weak spot in your yard. The Siberian Husky can NEVER be trusted off leash or in an ungated area for this reason. Many Huskies are hit by cars, stolen for their beauty, or lost and never returned. Please keep your Siberian Husky leashed and safe, and add needed locks to gates. They’re counting on you! Please read up on the breed to educate yourself, or contact rescue for advice on your new canine friend AFT E R adopting. Rescue volunteers will always be there to help you! Please note when adopting a Husky from the shelter – this breed is not cat friendly. If you have a cat please make sure it IS cat friendly.