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We'll also keep you updated on MaRishka's adoption status with email updates.
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MaRishka

Husky Hound (Unknown Type)

Female, 6 mos
Naperville, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
MaRishka... MaRishka came into the rescue while she was still in the womb of her mama, Mama-ishka! A good samaritan reached out to us to help Mama. She was a regular stray in the neighborhood especially after her owners up and left her behind. They moved and didn't bother to take her with them. MaRishka is the only gray pup of her litter. She is adorable, sweet, and loves to give kisses. She is at times quiet within the five puppies in her litter. She will sit back and watch everything around her. She is a smart girl! Of the four girls pups, she is the biggest one. MaRishka has taken to learning her puppy lessons from her mama very well. Mama-ishka has taught the kids that you don't pee/poo in your bed area nor near your food. Manishka is being kennel trained. She falls asleep by 10pm and wakes up bright and happy at 7:30am. She is also being potty trained. She will wake up and quickly make her way to the backyard door. She will even wake up from her naps and cry out to let us know she has to pee. She is a FAST learner! But, considering her very young age she will need continued training to help her be the best pup that she can be. She's at the perfect age to introduce into any home! This little girl is also a HUGE LOVE BUG!!! She does love to be petted, held, cuddled, etc. She will happily look at you with her big GORGEOUS BLUE eyes and give you a big wet kiss! Her gaze will melt your heart!!! MaRishka is ready to learn, love, and live with her family. Are you ready to have a fun and happy pup as a member of your family? All of MaRishka's vetting has been done by my personal dogs' vet. The following is a list of what has been done for her... Spayed All 4 - DA2PP shots (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza) Bordatella shot Rabies shot Dewormed Tested, Treated (if needed), and retested for giardia and coccidia Iverhart heartworm preventative Simparica fleas and ticks preventative Chipped There are two categories of vaccines: “core” vaccines that are recommended for all pets, and “non-core vaccines” which may be recommended by your vet based on lifestyle and exposure risk. The core vaccine for dogs is the Rabies vaccine, which is required by law. The second core vaccine for dogs is often referred to as the DA2PP or DHPP vaccine. This stands for “Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza”, meaning that this vaccine protects against FOUR different diseases. It is especially important for puppies to begin a series of DA2PP vaccines at six to eight weeks of age, as natural immunity obtained from the mother decreases and puppies become very susceptible to potentially life-threatening diseases such as Canine Parvovirus (Parvo). Parvo is transmitted through feces and can remain in the environment for at least one month, and up to a year if the conditions are right. This means that puppies do not need to be directly exposed to another dog that has Parvo in order to contract the disease, and caution is advised when choosing where and how to socialize and exercise your pup. We recommend avoiding exposure to unknown dogs or public places until your puppy has finished their vaccine series. BUT, all A.M.O.R. puppies (1 year old and less) have all FOUR shots. They are safe to join you and your family on your outdoor adventures and you can rest at ease. Non-core vaccines for dogs include Bordetella, Influenza, Leptospirosis and Lyme. The Bordetella (aka: Kennel Cough) help to prevent highly-contagious respiratory diseases, and are essential for dogs that may be exposed to other dogs, especially in group settings such as dog parks, daycare, or boarding facilities. All A.M.O.R. dogs and puppies are given a Bordatella vaccine. Bordatella boosters are given every 6 months. https://www.thedrakecenter.com/services/dogs/parasites/deworming-dogs The above link is to provide you information regarding why deworming is so important for all dogs of all ages (and for their families). All A.M.O.R.s are dewormed upon entering the rescue and then again 5 days before their health certificate visit (when they have been adopted and ready to travel). This dewormer is issued per our vet. And all pets are tested, treated (if needed), and retested for coccidia and giardia. A.M.O.R. provides you with this information so that you can be aware of the work and love that is given to each pet. Each puppy has visited the vet AT LEAST 5 times during their stay with us. They have seen the vet 4 times for their shots and will see the vet 1-2 more times prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate for travel. Adult dogs have seen the vet AT LEAST 3 times. Two visits for their shots and 1-2 visits prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate. Are you ready to have a lifetime of fun with MaRishka??? All animals receive a health certificate (stating that a licensed veterinarian saw the pet and deemed it healthy for travel, but is not a promise of perfect health). Please email for an A.M.O.R. application in order to be considered. Please note: this pet is located out of state.
We'll also keep you updated on Mishka's adoption status with email updates.
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Mishka

Husky Hound (Unknown Type)

Female, 6 mos
Naperville, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Mishka... Mishka came into the rescue while she was still in the womb of her mama, Mama-ishka! A good samaritan reached out to us to help Mama. She was a regular stray in the neighborhood especially after her owners up and left her behind. They moved and didn't bother to take her with them. Mishka is the only gray pup of her litter. She is adorable, sweet, and loves to give kisses. She is at times quiet within the five puppies in her litter. She will sit back and watch everything around her. She is a smart girl! Of the four girls pups, she is the biggest one. Mishka has taken to learning her puppy lessons from her mama very well. Mama-ishka has taught the kids that you don't pee/poo in your bed area nor near your food. Mishka is being kennel trained. She falls asleep by 10pm and wakes up bright and happy at 7:30am. She is also being potty trained. She will wake up and quickly make her way to the backyard door. She will even wake up from her naps and cry out to let us know she has to pee. She is a FAST learner! But, considering her very young age she will need continued training to help her be the best pup that she can be. She's at the perfect age to introduce into any home! This little girl is also a HUGE LOVE BUG!!! She does love to be petted, held, cuddled, etc. She will happily look at you with her big GORGEOUS BLUE eyes and give you a big wet kiss! Her gaze will melt your heart!!! Mishka is ready to learn, love, and live with her family. Are you ready to have a fun and happy pup as a member of your family? All of Mishka's vetting has been done by my personal dogs' vet. The following is a list of what has been done for her... Spayed All 4 - DA2PP shots (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza) Bordatella shot Rabies shot Dewormed Tested, Treated (if needed), and retested for giardia and coccidia Iverhart heartworm preventative Simparica fleas and ticks preventative Chipped There are two categories of vaccines: “core” vaccines that are recommended for all pets, and “non-core vaccines” which may be recommended by your vet based on lifestyle and exposure risk. The core vaccine for dogs is the Rabies vaccine, which is required by law. The second core vaccine for dogs is often referred to as the DA2PP or DHPP vaccine. This stands for “Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza”, meaning that this vaccine protects against FOUR different diseases. It is especially important for puppies to begin a series of DA2PP vaccines at six to eight weeks of age, as natural immunity obtained from the mother decreases and puppies become very susceptible to potentially life-threatening diseases such as Canine Parvovirus (Parvo). Parvo is transmitted through feces and can remain in the environment for at least one month, and up to a year if the conditions are right. This means that puppies do not need to be directly exposed to another dog that has Parvo in order to contract the disease, and caution is advised when choosing where and how to socialize and exercise your pup. We recommend avoiding exposure to unknown dogs or public places until your puppy has finished their vaccine series. BUT, all A.M.O.R. puppies (1 year old and less) have all FOUR shots. They are safe to join you and your family on your outdoor adventures and you can rest at ease. Non-core vaccines for dogs include Bordetella, Influenza, Leptospirosis and Lyme. The Bordetella (aka: Kennel Cough) help to prevent highly-contagious respiratory diseases, and are essential for dogs that may be exposed to other dogs, especially in group settings such as dog parks, daycare, or boarding facilities. All A.M.O.R. dogs and puppies are given a Bordatella vaccine. Bordatella boosters are given every 6 months. https://www.thedrakecenter.com/services/dogs/parasites/deworming-dogs The above link is to provide you information regarding why deworming is so important for all dogs of all ages (and for their families). All A.M.O.R.s are dewormed upon entering the rescue and then again 5 days before their health certificate visit (when they have been adopted and ready to travel). This dewormer is issued per our vet. And all pets are tested, treated (if needed), and retested for coccidia and giardia. A.M.O.R. provides you with this information so that you can be aware of the work and love that is given to each pet. Each puppy has visited the vet AT LEAST 5 times during their stay with us. They have seen the vet 4 times for their shots and will see the vet 1-2 more times prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate for travel. Adult dogs have seen the vet AT LEAST 3 times. Two visits for their shots and 1-2 visits prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate. Are you ready to have a lifetime of fun with Mishka??? All animals receive a health certificate (stating that a licensed veterinarian saw the pet and deemed it healthy for travel, but is not a promise of perfect health). Please email for an A.M.O.R. application in order to be considered. Please note: this pet is located out of state.
We'll also keep you updated on Lilly Polar Bear's adoption status with email updates.
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Lilly Polar Bear

Siberian Husky German Shepherd Dog

Female, 5 mos
Naperville, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Lilly Polar Bear looks like ....well, a little Polar Bear! Such a HUGE surprise to see this little white furry baby pop out and be the only white Husky of her litter. She is also so sweet natured and adventurous. She is always ready for a naps and belly rubs. Right before we try to pick her up from her kennel so that she can go outside, she ALWAYS rolls over and lays there for belly rubs. She always makes us laugh! Lilly Polar Bear came into the A.M.O.R. rescue while still in the womb of hher Siberian Husky momma! Her momma was an owner surrender in another rescue and was adopted. But then it was realized that momma was pregnant. And was two weeks away from giving birth. Momma's adopter patiently waited for 9weeks until the babies were ready and weaned from momma. Lilly Polar Bear is fast, cute, cuddly, smart, sweet and loving....EVERYTHING you love in a puppy! She is also learning the word NO. She understands that some things are a NO NO. Most of the time, she enjoys having her food and playing a bit with her litter siblings. She also enjoys jumping in the kiddie pool and going for a little swim. After a little swim, she jumps out and shakes off the water and enjoys a little sun bathing. She is also learning all about naps and being kenneled and potty training. She is learning that there is a schedule to the day. Wake up, and go pee and poo outside at 7:30am. Then it is play time. Then eat some breakfast kibble. Then we poop again. Then it is more play time. Back inside for a nap by 9am. Then it is outside again at 11:30am for a pee/poo/play. A small snack at that time is had. And back in kennel for another nap at 1:30pm. Up and outside again at 4pm for pee/poo/play. Kibble Dinner is at 5:30pm. Lots of hard puppy playing happens from 4-6:30pm. The last nap of day happens from 6:30-8pm. And then the last pee/poo/play break happens from 8:00-9:30pm. Bedtime is by 10pm. Lilly Polar Bear sleeps the whole night through and no longer makes a mess in her kennel. If she ever needs to potty while in her kennel, she will go to one side and sleep on the other side. She has buried in her potty pad. She is still learning that we do not pee/poo where we sleep. But, she is getting there!!! But, as a puppy, she will still need training in this aspect for the first year of his life. Lilly Polar Bear is certainly ready to be in her own home. Are you ready for a sweet puppy kisses? All of Lilly Polar Bear's vetting has been done by my personal dogs' vet. The following is a list of what has been done for her... SPAYED All 4 - DA2PP shots (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza) Bordatella shot Rabies shot Dewormed Tested, Treated (if needed), and retested for giardia and coccidia Iverhart heartworm preventative Simparica fleas and ticks preventative Chipped There are two categories of vaccines: “core” vaccines that are recommended for all pets, and “non-core vaccines” which may be recommended by your vet based on lifestyle and exposure risk. The core vaccine for dogs is the Rabies vaccine, which is required by law. The second core vaccine for dogs is often referred to as the DA2PP or DHPP vaccine. This stands for “Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza”, meaning that this vaccine protects against FOUR different diseases. It is especially important for puppies to begin a series of DA2PP vaccines at six to eight weeks of age, as natural immunity obtained from the mother decreases and puppies become very susceptible to potentially life-threatening diseases such as Canine Parvovirus (Parvo). Parvo is transmitted through feces and can remain in the environment for at least one month, and up to a year if the conditions are right. This means that puppies do not need to be directly exposed to another dog that has Parvo in order to contract the disease, and caution is advised when choosing where and how to socialize and exercise your pup. We recommend avoiding exposure to unknown dogs or public places until your puppy has finished their vaccine series. BUT, all A.M.O.R. puppies (1 year old and less) have all FOUR shots. They are safe to join you and your family on your outdoor adventures and you can rest at ease. Non-core vaccines for dogs include Bordetella, Influenza, Leptospirosis and Lyme. The Bordetella (aka: Kennel Cough) help to prevent highly-contagious respiratory diseases, and are essential for dogs that may be exposed to other dogs, especially in group settings such as dog parks, daycare, or boarding facilities. All A.M.O.R. dogs and puppies are given a Bordatella vaccine. Bordatella boosters are given every 6 months. https://www.thedrakecenter.com/services/dogs/parasites/deworming-dogs The above link is to provide you information regarding why deworming is so important for all dogs of all ages (and for their families). All A.M.O.R.s are dewormed upon entering the rescue and then again 5 days before their health certificate visit (when they have been adopted and ready to travel). This dewormer is issued per our vet. And all pets are tested, treated (if needed), and retested for coccidia and giardia. A.M.O.R. provides you with this information so that you can be aware of the work and love that is given to each pet. Each puppy has visited the vet AT LEAST 5 times during their stay with us. They have seen the vet 4 times for their shots and will see the vet 1-2 more times prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate for travel. Adult dogs have seen the vet AT LEAST 3 times. Two visits for their shots and 1-2 visits prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate. Are you ready to have a loads of cuddles and kisses with Lilly Polar Bear??? All animals receive a health certificate (stating that a licensed veterinarian saw the pet and deemed it healthy for travel, but is not a promise of perfect health). Please email for an A.M.O.R. application in order to be considered. Please note: this pet is located out of state.
We'll also keep you updated on Rocket's adoption status with email updates.
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Rocket

Siberian Husky German Shepherd Dog

Female, 5 mos
Naperville, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
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We'll also keep you updated on Miss Liz's adoption status with email updates.
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Miss Liz

Siberian Husky German Shepherd Dog

Female, 5 mos
Naperville, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
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We'll also keep you updated on Groot's adoption status with email updates.
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Groot

Siberian Husky German Shepherd Dog

Male, 5 mos
Naperville, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
He is GRRRRROOOOOT!!!! He is the runt of his litter. The smallest. The cutest. The most sweetest! But, he is NO PUSHOVER! He has also found his voice and we SWEAR we hear him say "I am Grrrrroooooo-oooot!" Groot came into the A.M.O.R. rescue while still in the womb of his Siberian Husky momma! His momma was an owner surrender in another rescue and was adopted. But then it was realized that momma was pregnant. And was two weeks away from giving birth. Momma's adopter patiently waited for 9weeks until the babies were ready and weaned from momma. Groot is fast, cute, cuddly, smart, fiesty, agile....EVERYTHING you love in a puppy! He is also learning the word NO. He understands that some things are a NO NO. Most of the time, he enjoys having his food and playing a bit with his litter siblings. But once he is DONE DONE, he gets up and walks away and finds a nice quiet place to sit or lay down and watch the others continue playing too hard for him! He is also learning all about naps and being kenneled and potty training. He is learning that there is a schedule to the day. Wake up, and go pee and poo outside at 7:30am. Then it is play time. Then eat some breakfast kibble. Then we poop again. Then it is more play time. Back inside for a nap by 9am. Then it is outside again at 11:30am for a pee/poo/play. A small snack at that time is had. And back in kennel for another nap at 1:30pm. Up and outside again at 4pm for pee/poo/play. Kibble Dinner is at 5:30pm. Lots of hard puppy playing happens from 4-6:30pm. He loves to hang back and be the last one to be picked up and brought into kennels. He enjoys the peace and quiet and having it all to himself - even if only for 5 minutes. The last nap of day happens from 6:30-8pm. And then the last pee/poo/play break happens from 8:00-9:30pm. Bedtime is by 10pm. Groot sleeps the whole night through and no longer makes a mess in his kennel. If he ever needs to potty while in his kennel, he is quick to whine and bark a bit to let us know that he has to potty and needs out SOOOOON!!! He is a very SMART boy to know that we don't pee/poo where we sleep! But, as a puppy, he will still need training in this aspect for the first year of his life. Groot is certainly ready to be in his own home. Are you ready for a smart and cute as a button Groot? All of Groot's vetting has been done by my personal dogs' vet. The following is a list of what has been done for him... Neutered All 4 - DA2PP shots (Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza) Bordatella shot Rabies shot Dewormed Tested, Treated (if needed), and retested for giardia and coccidia Iverhart heartworm preventative Simparica fleas and ticks preventative Chipped There are two categories of vaccines: “core” vaccines that are recommended for all pets, and “non-core vaccines” which may be recommended by your vet based on lifestyle and exposure risk. The core vaccine for dogs is the Rabies vaccine, which is required by law. The second core vaccine for dogs is often referred to as the DA2PP or DHPP vaccine. This stands for “Distemper, Adenovirus Type 2 (Hepatitis), Parvo, and Parainfluenza”, meaning that this vaccine protects against FOUR different diseases. It is especially important for puppies to begin a series of DA2PP vaccines at six to eight weeks of age, as natural immunity obtained from the mother decreases and puppies become very susceptible to potentially life-threatening diseases such as Canine Parvovirus (Parvo). Parvo is transmitted through feces and can remain in the environment for at least one month, and up to a year if the conditions are right. This means that puppies do not need to be directly exposed to another dog that has Parvo in order to contract the disease, and caution is advised when choosing where and how to socialize and exercise your pup. We recommend avoiding exposure to unknown dogs or public places until your puppy has finished their vaccine series. BUT, all A.M.O.R. puppies (1 year old and less) have all FOUR shots. They are safe to join you and your family on your outdoor adventures and you can rest at ease. Non-core vaccines for dogs include Bordetella, Influenza, Leptospirosis and Lyme. The Bordetella (aka: Kennel Cough) help to prevent highly-contagious respiratory diseases, and are essential for dogs that may be exposed to other dogs, especially in group settings such as dog parks, daycare, or boarding facilities. All A.M.O.R. dogs and puppies are given a Bordatella vaccine. Bordatella boosters are given every 6 months. https://www.thedrakecenter.com/services/dogs/parasites/deworming-dogs The above link is to provide you information regarding why deworming is so important for all dogs of all ages (and for their families). All A.M.O.R.s are dewormed upon entering the rescue and then again 5 days before their health certificate visit (when they have been adopted and ready to travel). This dewormer is issued per our vet. And all pets are tested, treated (if needed), and retested for coccidia and giardia. A.M.O.R. provides you with this information so that you can be aware of the work and love that is given to each pet. Each puppy has visited the vet AT LEAST 5 times during their stay with us. They have seen the vet 4 times for their shots and will see the vet 1-2 more times prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate for travel. Adult dogs have seen the vet AT LEAST 3 times. Two visits for their shots and 1-2 visits prior to transport in order to obtain a health certificate. Are you ready to have a loads of cuddles and kisses with Groot??? All animals receive a health certificate (stating that a licensed veterinarian saw the pet and deemed it healthy for travel, but is not a promise of perfect health). Please email for an A.M.O.R. application in order to be considered. Please note: this pet is located out of state.

Or, how about these Huskies in cities near Naperville, Illinois

These Huskies are available for adoption close to Naperville, Illinois.
We'll also keep you updated on Natasha's adoption status with email updates.
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Natasha

Husky Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, Senior
Wheaton, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Natasha is in search of a special forever home where she can shine as the one and only furry diva. This smart lady has already mastered a repertoire of basic commands and boasts the cutest trick up her paw - she speaks on command, adding a touch of whimsy to your daily routine!Natasha is a true gem, friendly, and affectionate, ready to be the best companion to a loving family. Her ideal haven would be free of other dogs or cats, making her the center of attention and the queen of your heart. Are you ready to invite this charming husky mix into your life? Natasha is eagerly waiting to bring joy, laughter, and endless love to her forever family.
We'll also keep you updated on Levi's adoption status with email updates.
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Levi

Husky Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, Adult
Wheaton, IL
Size
(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Levi, the dashing 2.5-year-old husky. This energetic boy is always ready for his next adventure, whether it's a brisk walk in the park or a playful romp with his favorite toys. Levi's friendly demeanor extends to his canine companions, making him a potential perfect fit for homes with other furry friends.With his piercing eyes and charming smile, Levi is a true people-pleaser who thrives on attention and affection. He'll eagerly greet you at the door, tail wagging, ready for some well-deserved pets and scratches. This young husky still has plenty of puppy-like enthusiasm, coupled with the growing maturity of a young adult dog.Are you ready for a loyal companion who'll keep you on your toes and fill your days with joy and laughter? Levi might just be the perfect match for your active lifestyle!Levi weighs 63lbs
We'll also keep you updated on K O D A's adoption status with email updates.
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K O D A

Siberian Husky Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 7 yrs
West Chicago, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Are you a kind, patient dog lover with a heart for rescue? Koda needs you! Rescued from a horrific hoarding and neglect situation, Koda and his brother Finn endured domestic violence, abandonment, and extreme neglect. They relied on each other for comfort when there was no food, water, or care, and were occasionally fed and loved by compassionate neighbors. Koda and Finn both suffer from separation anxiety, making them in need of a special adopter who has patience, empathy, and a strong desire to help them heal. These boys thrive when they are with their people, always wanting to stay within sight. They are affectionate cuddle bugs who love to snuggle, kiss, and relax on the couch. However, when left alone, their anxiety spikes, and they require medication to help them cope. With medication, they can handle being kenneled. Despite our best efforts, we haven't been able to find a home willing to adopt both brothers together. To increase their chances of finding a loving home, we are now listing them separately. However, if you can adopt both, Love You More is willing to waive one of the adoption fees. If you're ready to welcome one or both of these sweet boys into your loving and patient family, please call, text, or email us to set up a meet and greet. Let's give Koda and Finn the home and security they deserve!
We'll also keep you updated on F I N N's adoption status with email updates.
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F I N N

Siberian Husky Mixed Breed (Medium)

Male, 5 yrs
West Chicago, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Needs experienced adopter, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Are you a kind, patient dog lover with a heart for rescue? Finn needs you! Rescued from a horrific hoarding and neglect situation, Finn and his brother Koda endured domestic violence, abandonment, and extreme neglect. They relied on each other for comfort when there was no food, water, or care, and were occasionally fed and loved by compassionate neighbors. Finn and Koda both suffer from separation anxiety, making them in need of a special adopter who has patience, empathy, and a strong desire to help them heal. These boys thrive when they are with their people, always wanting to stay within sight. They are affectionate cuddle bugs who love to snuggle, kiss, and relax on the couch. However, when left alone, their anxiety spikes, and they require medication to help them cope. With medication, they can handle being kenneled. Despite our best efforts, we haven't been able to find a home willing to adopt both brothers together. To increase their chances of finding a loving home, we are now listing them separately. However, if you can adopt both, Love You More is willing to waive one of the adoption fees. If you're ready to welcome one or both of these sweet boys into your loving and patient family, please call, text, or email us to set up a meet and greet. Let's give Koda and Finn the home and security they deserve!
We'll also keep you updated on Maggie's adoption status with email updates.
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Maggie

Siberian Husky

Female, Senior
aurora, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats,
Story
Hi there, my name is Maggie, and I am 7-year-old Siberian Husky. I'm quite the beauty with my all-white fur and striking ice-blue eyes! Im a nice medium size at 43lbs. My Owner surrendered me to a shelter because they couldn't take care of me anymore. My angel from Treasured Animal Rescue saw me there, just sitting so calmly in my kennel - just waiting. Now, I'm in a foster home with other dogs & cats, and I do well with them. I am interested in the cats and like to sniff them, but I never chase them. Once, a kitty swatted me. I thought they wanted to play, but my foster mom corrected me because she knew the kitty didnt want to play. I take correction very well and I just want to please. Im pretty good on a leash. When I go on a walk, I dont pull. If youre looking for a walking buddy, I would LOVE to take walks with you! I know some basic commands and I really enjoy the company of humans. I just want to be with my humans and get lots of pets. I am very good with kids. My foster family has three teens, and I really like them. Despite being middle aged, I have good energy and would do well with an active family to play with me and take me on walks. Because Im a nice, medium size, I could probably do well with school aged kids as young as 5 or 6, especially if they are comfortable around dogs. Due to my breed, a single-family home with a fenced yard would be ideal. Kinda like when I was in the shelter, Im just waiting for my perfect family. Is that you? . If you're looking for a middle-aged gal who is well past her crazy puppy stage and yet has great energy and LOTs of love to give, then look no further! Ready to pick me?!? If so, please complete an adoption application and our journey begins. Love,Maggie Maggieis located in our foster home in Aurora. To meet this Beauty, please complete an adoption application at: https://treasuredanimalrescueinc.org/application-dog-adoption/ Sorry, Treasured Animal Rescue does not adopt out of the State of Illinois Thank you for choosing to adopt! Please visit our website www.treasuredanimalrescueinc.org to learn more about this amazing pet and to see other available dogs and cats.
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Salsa

Husky

Female, Young
Aurora, IL
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, House-trained, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Story
Salsa is an 10 month husky mix. Salsa is a great girl!! She is house-trained, crate trained, and has an excellent disposition. The dog is good with other dogs and people. This dog is altered and up to date on shots. If you would like to meet this dog please call or text Lorri at 630-659-8814. The adoption fee is $225. Adoption fee includes: - microchip - spay/neuter - age appropriate vaccinations: Bordetella, DH(L)PP, rabies - heartworm preventive & flea/tick preventive

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