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My name is Musher!

Facts about me

Breed
Alaskan Malamute
Color
Black - with White
Age
Senior
Size
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Weight
Sex
Male
Pet ID
16970977

My info

Small red x Not good with cats
Small blue checkmark Purebred
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

To adopt or for more information, please visit http://TaysiaBlue.com



Hello! My name is Musher. Mushing is a sport or transport powered by dogs like skijoring or sledding. The French dog sled team would yell “MARCHE”, meaning walk, to get their dogs going.  The English would respond with “MUSH”. And that is where mushing came from.  I love my crate and consider it my safe space. I'm shy at first, unsure about new people. After a little time and trust though, I'll open up and cuddle with you. I'm very loving once you've earned my trust. If you've got some patience for a big, bashful fellow, then apply to adopt Musher and we can start our journey together.

 

 


To adopt or for more information, please visit http://TaysiaBlue.com



September 30, 2022, 9:38 pm

Rescue

Taysia Blue Siberian Husky Rescue

Contact info
Pet ID
16970977
Contact
Phone
Address
Omaha, NE 68106

Their adoption process

Additional adoption info

Our Adoption Process After you submit your adoption application, a Taysia Blue volunteer will contact you within 2-3 days. We are most interested in which type dog will be a good fit for you and your family and the other pets in your home. We will contact your references. This may take a couple days depending on the availability of the reference. We will also contact you by phone to learn more about the dog you're looking for and to review the current available dogs in our rescue. We will schedule an appointment for a home visit where we will bring one to three dogs that would be a good fit for your family. If a match is made, we can complete the adoption process at that time. If we don't find the perfect match, we'll keep trying till we do! We hope that your home is the very last stop on the dog's journey and we do all we can to help you and your dog make the transition easier, including providing you with an information packet loaded with tips and resources. Our quality standard vet care is as follows: • Spay/Neuter - All dogs will be spayed or neutered prior to being adopted. • Heartworm Test - If the heartworm test is negative, the dog is placed on regular heartworm preventative. If the heartworm test is positive, the dog is treated to eradicate the heartworms and then placed on regular heartworm preventative. • Rabies vaccination • DHP (Distemper, Hepatitis, Parvo) vaccination • Bordatella (kennel cough) vaccination • Flea and tick preventative • Microchip Our adoption donation requirements are as follows: • Puppies 6 months of age or younger require a donation of $350. • Dogs over 6 months and under 8 years old require a donation of $300. • Dogs 8 years and older require a donation of $250.

Go meet their pets

Please see our website for an updated calendar of where we will have public meet and greets with the dogs! http://www.TaysiaBlue.com

More about this rescue

Taysia Blue Siberian Husky Rescue in Nebraska is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our all volunteer mission provides a network to shelter, rehabilitate and re-home Siberian huskies in Eastern Nebraska who are displaced, abused, neglected, abandoned or surrendered by their owners. Our goal is to place these dogs in loving, permanent and carefully screened homes. We also provide education about the characteristics of the Siberian husky and responsible dog ownership. We offer a forum for Siberian husky and other Northern breed enthusiasts to meet and play. We receive no public subsidies and are funded solely through donations by adopters and supporters. We envision a day when all companion animals no longer face inhumane treatment, abandonment or perish in shelters, a day when there are no more homeless pets. Siberian Huskies are beautiful. It's hard not to fall in love with their fluffy coats and gorgeous eyes, it's hard not to laugh at their antics and marvel at their independent intelligence. But with the fur comes the shedding, with the antics comes possible destruction and with the independence and intelligence comes a rather nomadic Houdini of a dog that wants to escape and run for the fun of it. Often these dogs are adopted by people who are not prepared for the very traits they were attracted to. Some husky owners are not prepared for the amount of energy these dogs have and the exercise they require. They are intelligent, but often easily bored and not easy to train, they can be stubborn and mischievous. Please research this breed carefully before you choose to adopt a Siberian husky.