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My name is Yami!

Posted 1 year ago | Updated 6 days ago

I'm being cared for by
Humane Society of the North Bay
Adoption process

Submit Application




Meet the Pet


Sign Adoption Contract

Adoption application
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Facts about me

Alaskan Malamute/Siberian Husky
Black - with White
(When grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
(Current) 64 lbs
Pet ID

My info

Small blue checkmark Good with dogs
Small blue checkmark Shots current
Small blue checkmark Spayed / Neutered

My story

Good day, I'm Yami, known for my handsome good looks and smoldering baby blues. What makes me stand out is I perform a "happy" bouncy dance for the volunteer walkers before they take me out for a walk and to play. It works because they are always happy after my dance. It's magical.
Like most huskies, I'm smart, friendly, but shy, good disposition, and affectionate. I enjoy snuggling, pets, kisses, going on walks, playing with toys and snacks. I walk well on a leash and know basic commands like sit, down, wait, and heel, but I'm sure with love, structure and guidance I can learn a
lot more. The volunteers have been working with me on my manner and I have improved a great deal. I'm compatible with other dogs, but am dog selective. If you have a dog, you can bring it to visit me to see if we can be friends. I'm afraid I'm not a fan of cats or other small animals. I'm compatible with well-behaved older kids and would thrive with an active, loving family that has the time to provide me with both physical and mental stimulation. I know I can bring joy and happiness to your family. Please come see for yourself. I'll do my "happy" dance for you.
My adoption fee of $150 means I'll come to you neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on all my vaccinations. Please visit to fill out an adoption interest application and set-up a date.
Primary Color: Black
Secondary Color: White
Weight: 73.375
Age: 5yrs 8mths 0wks

Humane Society of the North Bay

Contact info
Pet ID
1121 Sonoma Blvd., Vallejo, CA 94590

Their adoption process


Submit Application

Our adoption counselors will review your application and contact you to make an appointment to meet our pets.



Our adoption counselors will contact you with personalized matchmaking services and training support!


Meet the Pet

Bring everyone in your family - including dogs or cats. Also bring proof of homeownership or permission from your landlord.


Sign Adoption Contract

If there’s a match, you can finalize the adoption and upon completion of spay/neuter surgery, you can take home your new best friend.

Additional adoption info

We test animals for the following:

Dogs: Good with other dogs, possibly cats, food aggression, walks on leash, noting any other attributes we may know.

Cats: Good with other cats, litter box trained, noting any other attributes we may know.

We cannot test if any animal is good with children. We may know if an animal is possibly house trained, but cannot guarantee any animal in the shelter is house trained. We do not know if a dog is good with cats unless we are advised by a person surrendering the animal. We may have an idea of this depending on how the dog reacts to our community cats that live on the property.

Please visit our website for current fees, and to find out about adoption specials! (The website link is at the top and bottom of this page)

Adoption application

Go meet their pets

Humane Society of the North Bay
1121 Sonoma Boulevard (corner of Sonoma and Solano Avenue)
Vallejo, CA 94590

Tel. 707.645.7905
Fax 707.645.7909

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we are currently open to the public by appointment only.

More about this shelter

To offer refuge, medical care, nourishment and an opportunity for a second chance for life to unwanted animals;

To protect animals from cruelty, neglect, carelessness and ignorance;

To foster a public sentiment of humanity and gentleness toward all animals through education and encouragement;

And to promote the lifelong commitment of responsible pet ownership.