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I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, and good with dogs.
Mystic is a sweet young girl who is very mellow for her age. She has very good house manners and appears to be housebroken although she is still adjusting to her new foster home. Thus far, Mystic appears to ignore cats. However, when her foster cats get excited, Mystic does too and wants to chase them.
She's a good companion and will follow you around the house until you finally pick a spot. She doesn't seem interested in dog bones, but if you're interested in a game of tug of war, she'll play with you. Mystic gets along with other dogs, but doesn't want to play with her foster brother as much as he wants to play with her.
She is a very vocal husky...quite a talker. She will let you know when she needs or wants something. The Husky wooing occurs mostly when it's dinner time or when she feels it's time to go outside. If you like a mellow Husky that will spend time with you, and tells you when she needs something, Mystic is the girl for you!
Mystic prefers to spend the day laying around the house, pretty much relaxing, unusual for a young Husky. Of all the places around the house, she prefers the spot next to her humans and her least favorite place is her crate. If she knows its crate time, she'll lie on the ground, roll over on her back and play dead because she isn't moving. A testament to her Husky stubbornness. Actually, since she is not destructive, she really does not need a crate.
Mystic is currently overweight because she came from a home where she did not get enough exercise. With the proper diet, more frequent walks or even some trips to a dog park she will get back to her ideal weight in no time. She might even help her humans stay fit and trim.
She is healthy, Heartworm negative, up-to-date on shots, microchipped, and housebroken... in other words... ready for her forever home! Are you ready for her? If so, please complete the adoption application on our web site, WWW.SIBERRESCUE.COM, today.