found a new home!
Plenty of my friends are looking
for one too. Find a pet to adopt.
My name is Max!
Facts about Max
- Breed: Siberian Husky
- Color: Black - With White
- Age: Adult
- Size: Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
- Sex: Male
- ID#: 08222012-05252013
I am already neutered, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.
Hi my name is Max and I am a stunning and handsome 4 year 8 month old Siberian Husky who is looking for my forever home. You are not going to believe what happened to me. I came into the Jacksonville ACPS as a stray as I was wondering along Cherokee Street in Jacksonville lost, alone and confused. I was adopted out shortly after I arrived at the shelter to a family by the Jax ACPS and I thought I finally get the love and attention that I deserved. I truly believed my new family would love me forever only to discover that things were just about ready to get worse for me. The woman who adopted me after just two months of caring for me, ended up in the hospital and had one of her family members come by to care for me each day.
And then it happened. The Jacksonville ACPS animal control officers were in the area as they got a call that an aggressive Labrador Retriever was roaming the streets in the area where I lived. When the officers arrived in the neighborhood, they were able to catch the black Labrador Retriever and impound the dog only to look over the fence in the back yard at the same address that they impounded the black lab only to discover me tied to a tree with a 2 foot line and no food, water or shelter. The next thing I know the Jax ACPS officers were carrying my back down to the Jax ACPS shelter. To leave a handsome Siberian Husky like me tied to a tree in the middle of summer in the heat - well that is truly a crime. I have a coat that's as thick as you human's winter coats so you can imagine how hot and dehydrated I was. Just as the officers were leaving with me in the Jax ACPS paddy wagon the family member who was caring for me pulled up in their car and mentioned that the woman who adopted me was in the hospital and that she was caring for me until my human mom was home and well again. The Jax ACPS officer told her of the incident with me tied to the tree in the heat and gave her a notice to give to my owner that I was being impounded (whatever that means) to the Jax ACPS shelter.
And then the rest of my story is fate. The best thing that happened to me - Paws 4 Humanity inc came by the Jax ACPS to assess and pickup another dog at the shelter. As the Paws 4 Humanity Inc were walking through the rescue runs at the shelter they passed by me and asked about me as they returned to the front desk. As it turned out Paws 4 Humanity Inc was interested in rescuing me from the Jax ACPS shelter a month ago only to have the family adopt me at the last second. So to have me returned to the shelter only to have the president of Paws 4 Humanity Inc ask about me, that was pure fate. The rescue coordinator was embarrassed to share my story with Paws 4 Humanity Inc and immediately Paws 4 Humanity Inc decided it was time to take me in at one of their foster famiies. That day, Paws 4 Humanity Inc sprung me from the Jax ACPS shelter and took me home to my foster family.
I am a very well mannered guy in the house and know some obedience commands. I am crate trained, house trained and partially obedience trained and am a fun loving handsome blue eyed, playful stud muffin. If you are looking for the perfect gentleman, and an absolute fun and handsome stud muffin and the perfect family pet than I am your guy. Please contact Paws 4 Humanity Inc at 904 771-9516 or shoot them an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to request an adoption application which is the first step in their adoption process. Once your adoption application is approved you will ethen be able to meet yours truly, your handsome blue eyed, black and white Siberian Husky with an electrifying personality. I look forward to meeting you soon so that I can show you just how much I deserve a loving forever home! - Max.