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Husky puppies and dogs in Joplin, Missouri

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Elaine 123138

Husky

Female, Senior
Joplin, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Elaine is a 6 - 8 yr old female Husky mix. She has a medium energy level, so she should fit well into most homes provided she receives a moderate amount of daily exercise and play. She can be shy initially, but warms up quickly to new people. She comes when called, and likes to stay next to her person for snuggles and kisses. Elaine does pull on a leash, but with basic obedience training, she should be walking like a champ in no time! She is food motivated and knows the command sit. She mixes well with other dogs in a kennel and is indifferent towards cats in the shelter environment. Dogs are generally tested with dogs of their own size; and dog meets with the resident dogs are always encouraged. Our cat test should be used as a general-purpose screening only to rule out overt aggression; we always recommend caution when introducing dogs to cats in the home. Recommendation on suitability of placement with children by their ages is based on behavioral observations including energy level and response to body handling. We never recommend leaving young children unsupervised with dogs, and we cannot guarantee the behavior of dogs with children, other pets, or cats. Behavior evaluations should be considered as a snapshot of the behavior of the dog at this point in time; JHS believes all dog families need to be prepared to invest time and energy into training as well as provide common sense management of their new dog. We always encourage family to do some research on the breeds or mixes of breeds prior to adoption as many can have some unique characteristics that may or may not fit into their families. Always remember that the majority of dogs at our shelter have been exposed to or may have kennel cough. Kennel cough is contagious to other dogs, please talk to your vet if you have any questions about kennel cough prior to adoption. Please ask your adoption counselor at time of adoption if you have any unanswered questions regarding illnesses and treatments of the pet that you are adopting. For more information about this dog or any others at our Shelter, please visit www.joplinhumane.org. We are the Joplin Humane Society in Joplin, Missouri. 417-623-3642.
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Boomer 29580

Husky

Male, Adult
Joplin, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Boomer is a 1 - 2 yr old male Husky mix. He has a high energy level, so he would benefit from an active family with a fenced yard and plenty of space for daily exercise and play. He is loose and wiggly when greeting, and comes when called for snuggles and kisses. Boomer does moderately pull on a leash, but with basic obedience training, he should be walking like a champ in no time! He is food motivated, but does not yet know any commands. He mixes well with other dogs in a kennel, but is afraid of cats in the shelter environment. Dogs are generally tested with dogs of their own size; and dog meets with the resident dogs are always encouraged. Our cat test should be used as a general-purpose screening only to rule out overt aggression; we always recommend caution when introducing dogs to cats in the home. Recommendation on suitability of placement with children by their ages is based on behavioral observations including energy level and response to body handling. We never recommend leaving young children unsupervised with dogs, and we cannot guarantee the behavior of dogs with children, other pets, or cats. Behavior evaluations should be considered as a snapshot of the behavior of the dog at this point in time; JHS believes all dog families need to be prepared to invest time and energy into training as well as provide common sense management of their new dog. We always encourage family to do some research on the breeds or mixes of breeds prior to adoption as many can have some unique characteristics that may or may not fit into their families. Always remember that the majority of dogs at our shelter have been exposed to or may have kennel cough. Kennel cough is contagious to other dogs, please talk to your vet if you have any questions about kennel cough prior to adoption. Please ask your adoption counselor at time of adoption if you have any unanswered questions regarding illnesses and treatments of the pet that you are adopting. For more information about this dog or any others at our Shelter, please visit www.joplinhumane.org. We are the Joplin Humane Society in Joplin, Missouri. 417-623-3642.
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Greyness 29422

Husky

Female, Adult
Joplin, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Greyness is a 2 - 3 yr old female Husky. She has a high energy level, so she would benefit from an active family with a fenced yard and plenty of space for daily exercise and play. She is loose and wiggly when greeting, and likes to sit by her person for snuggles and kisses. Greyness does moderately pull on a leash, but with basic obedience training, she should be walking like a champ in no time! She is food motivated, and knows the commands sit and shake. She mixes well with other dogs in a kennel and is indifferent towards cats in the shelter environment. Dogs are generally tested with dogs of their own size; and dog meets with the resident dogs are always encouraged. Our cat test should be used as a general-purpose screening only to rule out overt aggression; we always recommend caution when introducing dogs to cats in the home. Recommendation on suitability of placement with children by their ages is based on behavioral observations including energy level and response to body handling. We never recommend leaving young children unsupervised with dogs, and we cannot guarantee the behavior of dogs with children, other pets, or cats. Behavior evaluations should be considered as a snapshot of the behavior of the dog at this point in time; JHS believes all dog families need to be prepared to invest time and energy into training as well as provide common sense management of their new dog. We always encourage family to do some research on the breeds or mixes of breeds prior to adoption as many can have some unique characteristics that may or may not fit into their families. Always remember that the majority of dogs at our shelter have been exposed to or may have kennel cough. Kennel cough is contagious to other dogs, please talk to your vet if you have any questions about kennel cough prior to adoption. Please ask your adoption counselor at time of adoption if you have any unanswered questions regarding illnesses and treatments of the pet that you are adopting. For more information about this dog or any others at our Shelter, please visit www.joplinhumane.org. We are the Joplin Humane Society in Joplin, Missouri. 417-623-3642.
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Hera 29040

Husky

Female, Adult
Joplin, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hera is a 1 - 2 yr old female Husky. She has a high energy level, so she would benefit from an active home with a fenced yard and plenty of space for daily exercise and play. She is loose and wiggly when greeting, and comes when called for snuggles and kisses. Hera does pull on a leash, but with basic obedience training, she will be walking like a champ in no time! She is food motivated, but does not yet know any commands. She has a dominant personality, but mixes well with other dogs in a kennel. We would require the potential adopter to conduct a meet-and-greet with any dogs they have at home before the adoption process can be completed to ensure that they are compatible. Hera is not a fan of cats in the shelter environment. Dogs are generally tested with dogs of their own size; and dog meets with the resident dogs are always encouraged. Our cat test should be used as a general-purpose screening only to rule out overt aggression; we always recommend caution when introducing dogs to cats in the home. Recommendation on suitability of placement with children by their ages is based on behavioral observations including energy level and response to body handling. We never recommend leaving young children unsupervised with dogs, and we cannot guarantee the behavior of dogs with children, other pets, or cats. Behavior evaluations should be considered as a snapshot of the behavior of the dog at this point in time; JHS believes all dog families need to be prepared to invest time and energy into training as well as provide common sense management of their new dog. We always encourage family to do some research on the breeds or mixes of breeds prior to adoption as many can have some unique characteristics that may or may not fit into their families. Always remember that the majority of dogs at our shelter have been exposed to or may have kennel cough. Kennel cough is contagious to other dogs, please talk to your vet if you have any questions about kennel cough prior to adoption. Please ask your adoption counselor at time of adoption if you have any unanswered questions regarding illnesses and treatments of the pet that you are adopting. For more information about this dog or any others at our Shelter, please visit www.joplinhumane.org. We are the Joplin Humane Society in Joplin, Missouri. 417-623-3642. I AM SPONSORED! Thank you Horizons Unlimited Investments for sponsoring me!

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Redlight

Husky

Female, Young
Carthage, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
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Holiday

Husky Mixed Breed (Medium)

Female, 2 yrs 10 mos
Neosho, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Meet Holiday! Holiday is very close to having spent an entire year in a shelter. Along the way, she has made so many friends, both dog and human. She is an exuberant bundle of joy and is incredibly charming with her own original batch of quirks. For example, her favorite form of play is to zoom as fast as she can--she just wants someone to stand there and watch her and maybe to encourage her to keep it going. Another endearing quirk: she will backwards tushie walk when she's begging for some attention. It's as adorable as it sounds! Holiday craves affection and is always eager for scratches and cuddles. She loves to be active and relishes a play partner who will just run with her--what good are toys when you can go as fast as she can? Whether you're scratching her back or simply spending time with her, you'll quickly discover the pure joy of her company. Her loving nature and playful spirit make her a perfect addition to any household. Holiday has had several playgroups throughout her time here--she will tolerate all kinds of silly behavior from male dogs but definitely does not want to be in the same room as another female.
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Neon

Husky

Male, Adult
Pineville, MO
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Neon is just a big baby, like most huskies! He's a submissive sweetheart. He loves to play and hes very dog friendly. Neon would make someone an amazing family pet. He doesn't seem to have had much experience on a leash, but he does alright. Neon prefers to have other dog playmates. He potties in his outside kennel instead of inside, but we do not know how he is in a home. Neon is a joy to have around and we would love to find his forever people.
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Smoky Linx (Paladin)

Husky

Male, 4 yrs 3 mos
Washburn, MO
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Smoky Linx's estimated DOB is 11/20/2019 and he's a brown and white Husky. This poor dog was found by police, and had a rough start at the haven, but he is doing great now and happy. Though he acts pretty standoffish in his pen, when he's slowly and properly introduced to new people he turns into a big cuddly lovebug. Now he needs a forever home.Smoky Linx got to spend some time in a foster home recently and his foster family loved him! Here's what they had to say:"Smoky is just so darn perfect, aside from a couple quirks. He's fully house trained, crate trained, and walks beautifully on a leash. He's protective and intuitive and can read "his" people incredibly well, asking for hugs by gently putting his front paws on your chest. He got along with our cats, to a degree. Unfortunately we left our big male cat alone with him briefly and the cat attacked him, so he was pretty traumatized by that and steered clear of all of our cats after that. He barked loudly at them when they'd get too close to his crate or start drinking his water, so we definitely think he was resource guarding and will need his own space. We think he'll have no problem with more tolerant cats and a slow introduction. He seems to love every single dog he meets but will likely still need his own little space in a home shared with other dogs.Smoky's only real downfall is that he takes a long time to get used to people. We had him crated when new people came over, and he'd bark pretty aggressively at them as they came and went. He honestly doesn't seem to be super comfortable with being inside a house, he really shines his brightest when he's outdoors. We took him to Roaring River and he acted like a whole different dog, totally ignoring strangers, sniffing other dogs, tail wagging, hopping and rolling around and even swimming! We think that Smoky's ideal forever home will be someone who has a big yard with at least a four-foot fence, and preferably a doggie door. Someone who won't make him meet too many visitors, but will take him hiking in parks, and will let him have his own space. Preferably his forever home would come and hang out with him at the shelter a few times, getting him used to them before he comes home. We also recommend muzzle training, less to protect people from him and more to protect him from people. We love Smoky dearly, and we think he's an amazing dog!"All of our pets are fixed, up to date on their vaccinations, and microchipped. The Haven of the Ozarks is open form 9am-4pm, seven days a week. For more information, please email us at havenozarksanctuary@gmail.com, or give us a call at 417-835-3647....All pets have lifetime sanctuary at Haven of the Ozarks. If they cannot remain with their adopter, they must be returned to the Haven.Adoption fees are as follows: Puppies under the age of 6 months - $150Dogs weighing 30 pounds and less - $200Dogs over 6 months old- $90Cats under the age of 6 months old - $75Cats over the age of 6 months old - $65Special adoption fees may apply to some animals.
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Diesel

Husky Labrador Retriever

Male, Adult
Pittsburg, KS
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
From those sweet eyes to that goofy smile, Diesel loves to catch everyone's attention! He has done great with other dogs, plays with kids, knows how to sit on command, and would love to find his family this year. Diesel is just looking for a home with no cats. No adoption fee thanks to sponsor! Diesel has already been neutered, microchipped, and is up to date on vaccinations so this sweet boy is all ready to go! **Interested adopters MUST bring their own dog(s) that your new canine will be living with at your household. This is for our staff and your family to monitor their behavior in a safe place to help ensure all animals are happy moving in together**
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Elana

Siberian Husky

Female, 5 yrs 8 mos
Parsons, KS
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Elana is a beautiful girl who is 5 years old and still a very active pup. She loves everyone and gets along with the other dogs. She does not potty in her pen overnight, so is at least crate trained. Elana would love to find her own fur-ever home!

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Joplin Humane Society

140 E. Emperor Lane, Joplin, MO 64801

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Joplin Humane Society

140 E. Emperor Lane, Joplin, MO 64801

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Joplin Humane Society

140 E. Emperor Lane, Joplin, MO 64801

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Joplin Humane Society

140 E. Emperor Lane, Joplin, MO 64801

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13 miles

Carthage Humane Society Inc

13860 Dog Kennel rd., Carthage, MO 64836

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15.8 miles

Faithful Friends Animal Advocates

11281 East Hwy 86, Neosho, MO 64850

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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26.1 miles

Southeast Kansas Humane Society

485 E. 560th, PO Box 783, Pittsburg, KS 66762

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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33.7 miles

I'm Your Huckleberry Rescue, Inc.

PO Box 271, Pineville, MO 64856

Pet Types: dogs

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43.9 miles

Haven of the Ozarks Animal Sanctuary

9617 Farm Road 2190, Washburn, MO 65772

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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45.8 miles

Proud Animal Lovers Shelter

24052 Meade Rd., Gabriel and Meade Rd., Parsons, KS 67357

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