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Husky puppies and dogs in Delaware

Looking for a Husky puppy or dog in Delaware? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Husky near you.

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Adopt a Husky near you in Delaware

Below are our newest added Huskies available for adoption in Delaware. To see more adoptable Huskies in Delaware, use the search tool below to enter specific criteria!
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Moto (Rehoming Fee $100)

Husky/Golden Retriever

Male, Young
Newark, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Not good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
Hello, Cassandra Bozzi here. Our dog Moto needs a new home. He’s almost a year old now, he’s a good boy with a lot of energy. But, he doesn’t get along with our older dog or our neighbors dog and it has become concerning to us. He seems to be specifically dog aggressive. He’s very sweet to us and loves playing with our young children (although, a bit rough). He would best be suited for a family with no other pets or small children as he is a bit of a bull dozer with no awareness for personal space. Moto is house trained, up to date on all vaccines, and was just neutered. He responds to basic commands and we're in the process of leash training him (not quite there yet). He's a beautiful mix of Husky & Golden Retriever. He weighs in at 70lbs. My kids call him 'doofus dog' because he is quite silly. We will miss him dearly but definitely not our older dog. Those two can't coexist. I am ready to answer all calls and questions to find him a loving forever home. Please call Cassandra at 443-895-3375 if interested in meeting Moto.April 14, 2024, 9:55 am
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Cody

Husky/Samoyed

Male, Young
New Castle, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Ms. Jaxon

Husky

Female, Adult
Georgetown, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Story
Ms. Jaxon is a most beautiful husky. She can't wait to meet you!*This pet qualifies for our Sponsored by Simba program's Pets for Veterans: no adoption fee for any military veteran adopting a pet 1 year and older.
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Gunnar

Husky

Male, Adult
Georgetown, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
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Story
Meet Gunnar, an adult dog with a heart full of love and a mind full of curiosity. His playful and energetic spirit is infectious, bringing joy and laughter to everyone around him. He's smart, quickly picking up new tricks and commands, and his loyalty is unmatched. Despite his zest for life, Gunnar also has a gentle side. He's the perfect companion for a calm evening, content to simply be by your side. His friendly nature and funny antics make him a joy to be around. With Gunnar, every day is an adventure filled with fun, learning, and companionship. He's not just a pet, he's a loyal friend, a gentle soul, and a source of endless amusement. Adopting Gunnar means bringing home not just a pet, but a family member who will love you unconditionally, be your loyal companion, and make every day brighter with his playful spirit and loving heart.Gunnar qualifies for our Sponsored by Simba Program: Pets for Veterans: no adoption fee for any military veteran adopting a pet 1year and older.
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Matilda

Husky

Female, Adult
Georgetown, DE
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
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Story
Hello, I'm Matilda! I'm a bundle of joy with a curious mind and a playful spirit. My days are filled with energetic games and gentle cuddles. I love to make people laugh with my funny antics. I'm loyal to a fault and always ready to lend a comforting paw. I'm also a quick learner, so we can have lots of fun teaching each other new tricks. I promise to be your most faithful friend and to fill your life with laughter and love. Adopting me means gaining a companion who will be by your side through thick and thin.Matilda qualifies for our Sponsored by Simba Program: Pets for Veterans: no adoption fee for any military veteran adopting a pet 1year and older.
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Smith

Husky

Male, Young
Milton, DE
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained,
Story
Dog Name: Smith Breed: Huskey Sex: Male Age: 2 years old Weight: 50 pounds Medical Needs: None Housebroken: Yes. Crate trained: He is not happy about going into his crate but will eventually settle down and rest. Good in the car: Yes, he loves to look out the windows. Good on a leash: He does not pull much but could use some more training. He is very easily distracted and all over the place when he walks. Energy level: Very high! He is still very much a puppy. He loves to play all the time and takes a while to settle down. He loves to run and chase anything that moves. Need a fenced in yard: Yes, Smith is very easily distracted and will chase after everything! Dog Friendly: Yes, he wants to play and run! If yes, does your foster need another dog in its adoptive homes? It would be best for him to have a playmate but not necessary. Cat Friendly? Currently lives with a cat and does okay.  Kid Friendly: I would say people friendly in general. My kids are 15 and 11 and he loves them both. He will follow us all around the house all the time. If yes, what's the youngest child you'd recommend they be placed with? Smith jumps when he is excited, I would not recommend babies or toddlers he could knock down but older kids would be great!. Special traits that make your foster special or that we need to know about them? Smith is like having a toddler around. He always wants to be with you and when he is bored, he gets into things he shouldn’t. He has a lot of love an energy to give to his forever family. Smith is a big goofball who is still figuring out how to be a dog at times. He learned his basic commands very quickly; with training I am sure he could learn some advanced tricks. Fosters Location: Delmar, MD Application can be found here: https://www.grrde.org/adoption-application (if you already have an approved application on file email GrassRootsDE@gmail.com and ask the app team to pull your app ##1784474##

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Husky shelters & rescues in Delaware

There are animal shelters and rescues that focus specifically on finding great homes for Husky puppies in Delaware. Browse these Husky rescues and shelters below.

Here are a few organizations

Rescue

Fur-Ever Paws Dog Rescue

Deasy Drive, Newark , DE 19702

Pet Types: dogs

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Shelter

Brandywine Valley SPCA - New Castle

290 Churchmans Rd, New Castle , DE 19720

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

Brandywine Valley SPCA - ARC

19022 Shingle Point Road, Georgetown , DE 19947

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Brandywine Valley SPCA - ARC

19022 Shingle Point Road, Georgetown , DE 19947

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Brandywine Valley SPCA - Georgetown

22918 Dupont Blvd, Georgetown , DE 19947

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Grass Roots Rescue

Milton , DE 19971

Pet Types: dogs

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Where do Huskys come from? How many types of Huskys are there? From the history of the breed to question about average height, weight and size, brush up on these basic facts about the Husky.

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