found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
I am already spayed, purebred, and up to date with shots.
Meet Kayda! This DOG - ID#A0767254
This is an unaltered purebred female, black and white Siberian Husky with those beautiful eye catching husky bi eyes (1 blue and 1 brown). She is completely stunning in every way. This pretty gal is approx. 1yr old. She is up to date on shots and will be spayed before adoption. She is currently in the shelter with her brother (a male purebred black and white with blue eyes 1yr old - his id A0767255, name Nokia). If you're looking for a pair and envy of the neighborhood please consider adopting them together as a pair. If you're looking for just one husky thats great too. At any rate they both truly needing a home, both are 2 gorgeous dogs. Its a shame they're sitting here in the shelter. You can't go wrong adopting these beauties!!
Both are available for adoption now! For more information about this animal, call: Orange County Animal Care Center at (714) 935-7419.
Again if calling on the female ask for information about animal ID number A0767254. If calling on both huskies please have both id numbers handy!
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.