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Husky puppies and dogs in Oak Ridge, Tennessee

Looking for a Husky puppy or dog in Oak Ridge, Tennessee? Adopt a Pet can help you find an adorable Husky near you.

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These Huskies are available in Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
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Thor

Husky Labrador Retriever

Male, 6 yrs 3 mos
Oak Ridge, TN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Thor is a 6 year old lab/husky owner surrender! he is looking for a rescue to take him on or a foster to adopter. Female dogs good, male dogs slow intros! No cats. Does great with older kids Fenced in yard 6ft tall, required. He is a Houdini 😂❤️ Crate trained Potty trained Does great on a leash Does have separation anxiety but on medication for it and is doing amazing! If interested contact Krazy For K9’s Rescue, Inc

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These Huskies are available for adoption close to Oak Ridge, Tennessee.
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Zorro

Husky

Male, 4 yrs
Loudon, TN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hello there, I'm Zorro. I've got a friendly spirit that matches my name, always ready to be your loyal companion. I'm roughly four years old, and I've got a blue eye that sees the world with a unique perspective. I'm not one to shy away from new people or experiences. I've got plenty of energy to play and explore, but I'm also a pro at lounging around when it's time to relax. I'm pretty adaptable, you see. Why should you adopt me? Well, I promise to fill your days with joy, companionship, and unconditional love. I'm just waiting for my forever home, could that be with you? ADOPTION FEE $86.00 (cash only) Includes: Neuter, DHPP and Bordatella Vaccinations, General Deworming, Heartworm test, and Microchip. For more information, or to schedule an adoption appointment, please call us at 865-458-5593.
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Oso

Husky

Male, 1 yr 1 mo
Loudon, TN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hi, I'm Oso! I'm a friendly, smart, and playful adult dog. I love playing fetch and solving puzzles, like finding hidden treats. I'm also a great listener, especially when it comes to comforting humans. I weigh in at a healthy 26 pounds and have a unique half-blue eye that adds a special charm. I have a lot of love to give and I'm ready to find my forever home. Adopting me means endless cuddles, unwavering loyalty, and a best friend for life! Oso has lived in a home with other dogs. ADOPTION FEE $86.00 (cash only) Includes: Neuter, DHPP and Bordatella Vaccinations, General Deworming, Heartworm test, and Microchip. For more information, or to schedule an adoption appointment, please call us at 865-458-5593.
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Figment

Husky

Female, 1 yr 1 mo
Loudon, TN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Hello there, I'm Figment. I might be a bit shy when we first meet, but I promise I'm friendly. I'm just a little cautious because the world can be big and a little scary sometimes. I weigh 32 pounds and I'm still learning the ropes, like leash training. I'm working hard on becoming the best companion I can be. I'm eager to find a family who can be patient with me as I learn and grow. If you're looking for a loyal friend, I might be the perfect fit. I promise to bring joy and love into your life, and I can't wait to start our journey together. ADOPTION FEE $86.00 (cash only) Includes: Neuter, DHPP and Bordatella Vaccinations, General Deworming, Heartworm test, and Microchip. For more information, or to schedule an adoption appointment, please call us at 865-458-5593.
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Lexi - URGENT FOSTER OR REHOME NEEDED

Husky

Female, Young
Maryville, TN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Please contact Judy (paxtonj@live.com), (865) 300-8146 for more information about this pet.Almost Home believes that every animal deserves a loving home regardless of appearance, age, or physical limitation.  We have come together to give animals in need the safe and happy life they all deserve.  Almost Home Animal Rescue believes that no animal is expendable.  Adopting a friend:The animals, lucky enough to find refuge with Almost Home, are all in loving foster homes. If you are interested in the possibility of giving one of the animals a new lease on life, please contact us. The contact information is listed at the end of each biography.  What you need to do to adopt:If you would like to adopt a pet in need from Almost Home, basically, an application must be filled out. We will check two personal references and a vet reference. If you are approved for adoption, there is a trial period of about one week to make sure this is the animal for you and you are the person for the animal. Along with the trial period, a contract must be signed that basically states that if ever you cannot keep the animal that you must return the animal to Almost Home. Last but not least, a home check will be done. Meet & Greets:An approved application is required. This does not mean that you have to adopt but that you are approved to do so if everything works out. Since we are foster based, this limits the amount of people coming to our homes.  Lexi is a gorgeous two-year-old husky mix with one blue eye. Her elderly owner must give her up because Lexi recently became food aggressive and more alpha with the other dog. No blood has been spilt. This behavior can be delt with by training. It is not unusual to see this alpha behavior around age two. Both dogs are now crated in different rooms and go outside separately. This is a difficult situation for the elderly owner and she must find a new home for her ASAP. Until this behavior is trained out of her, Lexi will do best as the only dog or with a male dog her size or larger. A larger female might work, too. She is a very sweet and well-behaved girl. She knows basic commands and loves people. She needs a home with someone who will appreciate all these good qualities and work with her to make sure she learns better manners. An active person who will take her on rides in the car and on long walks will be a plus. Fenced in yard for running needed. Lexi is spayed, up-to-date on shots, and micro-chipped.  Adoption fee is $100. Contact Judy at judy@almosthometn.org or 865-300-8146 if you would like to foster or give Lexi a great new home. Guest posting by JP Nov. 28, 2023.ADOPTION FEE: The adoption fee for a cat is $85. The adoption fee for a kitten is $100. The adoption fee does include the kittens being fixed and their rabies shot when they are old enough through one of our local vets. The adoption fee for a dog is $200. The adoption fee for a puppy is $250. The adoption fee does include the puppies being fixed and their rabies shot when they are old enough through one of our local vets. Mature pet adoption fees are sometimes reduced. The adoption fee for pure bred dogs and cats will vary due to health and age of pet. This helps support our ill animals and our mutts that get left in the system longer. We do reserve the right to change the fees higher or lower due to the circumstance of the animal but what was stated above are the usual adoption fees.  Microchipped pets will have a higher adoption fee.  Our adoption fees do not cover the cost of the vetting and care the animal has received with us and if it ever does, the money just goes back it to helping other animals in need. February 21, 2024, 3:22 pm
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Nia

Husky Chow Chow

Female, Young
Maryville, TN
Size
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Details
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
Almost Home believes that every animal deserves a loving home regardless of appearance, age, or physical limitation.  We have come together to give animals in need the safe and happy life they all deserve.  Almost Home Animal Rescue believes that no animal is expendable.  Adopting a friend:The animals, lucky enough to find refuge with Almost Home, are all in loving foster homes. If you are interested in the possibility of giving one of the animals a new lease on life, please contact us. The contact information is listed at the end of each biography.  What you need to do to adopt:If you would like to adopt a pet in need from Almost Home, basically, an application must be filled out. We will check two personal references and a vet reference. If you are approved for adoption, there is a trial period of about one week to make sure this is the animal for you and you are the person for the animal. Along with the trial period, a contract must be signed that basically states that if ever you cannot keep the animal that you must return the animal to Almost Home. Last but not least, a home check will be done. Meet & Greets:An approved application is required. This does not mean that you have to adopt but that you are approved to do so if everything works out. Since we are foster based, this limits the amount of people coming to our homes.  Hello! I'm Nia. I am a four year old husky mix that is gorgeous with my white fringe and black tongue. I am fully vetted and current on heartworm & flea/tick prevention. I was rescued from a shelter. They said all the wrong things about me. They even said that I was a boy! Nothing was right. Luckily, someone was sent from the stars above and was looking out for me. Now, I just need my home! I love to play and will play some fetch too! I have ample energy and l enjoy my walks. I will make a fabulous jogging or hiking buddy! I also adore squeaky toys, nylabones and tug toys. I would definitely want a fenced in yard so that I can run, play and hide my squeaky toys that I sometimes de-squeak...oops! I do have a strong prey drive and will chase cats. I will dart after any small mammal that I believe is prey. Sorry, I just can't help it! I do well with boy dogs but I am not interested in any other female dogs in my world. I do well with a four foot chain link fence and I would benefit greatly from a house with a yard since I love to run! I am learning some basic commands and manners. I am slow to warm up to men but I trust women quickly. Given the right personality and time, I could have a male owner. I am looking for my forever home where I can flourish! I'm SO ready to adore and love you!!! Come and adopt me soon. I'm waiting every so patiently. Love,Nia *Guest Posting If you would like to meet your new best friend, contact the Adoption Coordinator at info@almosthometn.org or 865-236-0830. To fill out an application, go to www.almosthometn.org. If you can't get it to work, tell us and we will email it to you in a different format.ADOPTION FEE: The adoption fee for a cat is $85. The adoption fee for a kitten is $100. The adoption fee does include the kittens being fixed and their rabies shot when they are old enough through one of our local vets. The adoption fee for a dog is $200. The adoption fee for a puppy is $250. The adoption fee does include the puppies being fixed and their rabies shot when they are old enough through one of our local vets. Mature pet adoption fees are sometimes reduced. The adoption fee for pure bred dogs and cats will vary due to health and age of pet. This helps support our ill animals and our mutts that get left in the system longer. We do reserve the right to change the fees higher or lower due to the circumstance of the animal but what was stated above are the usual adoption fees.  Microchipped pets will have a higher adoption fee.  Our adoption fees do not cover the cost of the vetting and care the animal has received with us and if it ever does, the money just goes back it to helping other animals in need. February 21, 2024, 3:22 pm

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Nia

Chow Chow Husky

Female, Adult
Oak Ridge, TN
Size
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Details
Not good with kids, Good with dogs, Not good with cats, Spayed or Neutered,
Story
See Courtesy Posting Disclaimer * Nia is a gorgeous high energy chow/husky mix. She loves to hike and be outside!. She has a very high prey drive and will dig out of a fence at times if there is incentive (prey). She does fine with not going over a fence and so far has done very well with a woven wire fence. Nia appears housebroken and crate trained but she is not trustworthy with cats. Nia would do best in a home with no small children/younger children, a fenced back yard, an active experienced owner, no other female dogs, likely no cats, and maybe a male dog friend. Nia gets along with two boy dogs in her foster home, but not with the largest male dog, and definitely not with the female dog in the house. Nia's history is unknown as she was a stray. However, Nia is very slow to trust men. She warms up pretty quickly to most women.   Nia already knows: sit, down, wait, drop it and leave it. She is very smart! She leash walks with a martingale collar and can easily hike up to 4 or more miles. She also loves squeaky toys and will toss them up to play. True to breed, Nia has a double coat and will shed out. She does well with brushing though and also loves belly rubs.   Nia is about 5 yrs old, up to date on vaccines, spayed, and current on heartworm and flea/tick prevention. . Please email critterdoc09@gmail.com if you are interested in meeting Nia.*Please be aware that this animal is a courtesy posting for the owner ONLY. SARG has no personal knowledge of this animal, nor of the animal's background and makes no claims with regard to the animal's health or behavior. SARG is therefore not responsible, nor do we make any claim about the adoptability of this animal. Visit the SARG, Inc. website for more information about our policies, events, and to submit an online application for one of our animals: https://www.shelteranimalsrescue.org.February 25, 2024, 8:55 pm

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Rescue

4.7 miles

Krazy for K9’s Rescue

203 Wadsworth Place, Oak Ridge, TN 37830

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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Shelter

16.5 miles

Young-Williams Animal Village

6400 Kingston Pike, Knoxville, TN 37919

Pet Types: cats, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, small animals

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Shelter

16.5 miles

Young-Williams Animal Center

3201 Division Street, Knoxville, TN 37919

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Shelter

16.5 miles

Young-Williams Animal Center

3201 Division Street, Knoxville, TN 37919

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Shelter

16.5 miles

Young-Williams Animal Center

3201 Division Street, Knoxville, TN 37919

Pet Types: cats, birds, dogs, farm animals, rabbits, reptiles, small animals

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Shelter

16.5 miles

Young-Williams Animal Center

3201 Division Street, Knoxville, TN 37919

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Shelter

17.7 miles

Loudon County Animal Shelter

250 Jamie dr, Loudon, TN 37774

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Shelter

17.7 miles

Loudon County Animal Shelter

250 Jamie dr, Loudon, TN 37774

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Shelter

17.7 miles

Loudon County Animal Shelter

250 Jamie dr, Loudon, TN 37774

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Rescue

23 miles

ALMOST HOME Animal Rescue

P.O. Box 5302, Maryville, TN 37802

Pet Types: cats, dogs

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