Ruff Ruff! My name is Twiggy
|Breed:||Siberian Husky||Color:||White - With Gray Or Silver||Age:||Puppy|
|Size:||Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)||Sex:||Female|
I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, a special needs pet, in need of an experienced adopter, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Twiggy is a very young (about a year to year and a half) and typical high energy husky. She is extremely sweet, very curious and a talker. She loves toys, rough housing with her foster brother and giving kisses. She loves being outdoors and could stay all day if I would let her. She has glaucoma and lost sight in one eye. We needed to have it removed to keep her pressure down and save her other eye for as long as possible. The experts tell us that she will lose sight in the other eye eventually but we are keeping her treated with pressure medication to allow her to see as long as possible. She knows some basic commands, is well mannered, up to date on shots, spayed, heartworm negative. She is house trained and is learning to walk well on a leash. She is so young that she will transition easily into a new home that will give her some time to adjust and learn how to get around. I also think Twiggy would do better with another dog to form a bond and play with. We hope to get her settled into a new home before she loses sight.
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More information about MUSH Rescue
Rescue Group Info...
Mush Rescue, a nonprofit organization, is dedicated to the rescue and placement of Siberian Huskies. Based in Metro Atlanta, Mush Rescue was founded in 2008 to help displaced Siberians in the community and surrounding areas.
Mush Rescue is not a shelter with visiting hours. We are comprised of a network of foster homes run entirely by volunteers. Our chapter directors, officers and trustees are also volunteers. What brings us together is our love for Siberians and the desire to help these displaced animals find forever homes.
As a nonprofit, federally tax-exempt 501(c)3 organization, our expenses are funded entirely by adoption fees and donations. We rely on the generosity of others who, like us, understand and admire the complexity of this unique and highly intelligent breed, and who want to help combat the effects of pet overpopulation in our community.
The Siberian Husky is an extremely smart but often misunderstood breed, which is why so many end up in rescue. Their high energy and need for mental and physical stimulation require an owner who is willing to put a great deal of time and effort into their care. Because of this, Siberians are not recommended for the first-time dog owner.
-Adoption Fee of $250.00