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Akita puppies and dogs in Boise, Idaho

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Siberian Husky

Male, 3 mos
Boise, ID
(when grown) Large 61-100 lbs (28-45 kg)
Good with kids, Good with dogs, Good with cats, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Located in: Boise, ID Breed: Husky Mix Age: 3(ish) months old Adoption Fee: $150 Neutered, vaccinated, microchipped You MUST fill out an application, do not email us: Adoption Application: Stanley is a rambunctious puppy who came to Fuzzy Pawz Rescue after the people he was with were no longer able to care for him. He was pretty little then, but he’s a fast-growing boy who is looking for his forever home! We were told that Stanley is likely a Husky mix of some kind, and we think that’s right based on his affinity for talking and verbalizing! When he is fully grown, we estimate Stanley will be around 50 lbs. This sweet boy is all play all day. He is active, playful, rambunctious, and curious. He loves toys of every kind - the squeaky ones for wrestling, the round ones for keep away, and the rubber ones for chewing. However, when the weather is nice, the backyard is his favorite place for sniffing, play hunting, and finding sticks. When playtime is over, he will zonk out just about anywhere but is most cozy in his crate. He sleeps through the night in his crate too without much issue. If given the choice though, he would love to snooze on the couch next to you or in your lap. He’s so soft and snuggly, so his foster mom is soaking it up while he’s little. His foster family has been working on some training with him such as learning to play bite lightly (a work in progress), walking on a leash (he’s getting better!) and knowing what “no” means (doing pretty good!) . He seems quite smart, learns quickly, and takes direction and diversion well. In his foster home, Stanley is good with dogs and cats, though he is still learning about body language and boundaries. He would do great in a home with another playful dog who can teach him more! We’ve also had Stanley around kids, and he totally matches their energy, though he still sometimes can play a bit rough, so we think a home without very young children would be best. He needs a family who will continue training and exposure to new experiences to ensure he grows up to be a resilient and happy companion for years to come! Keep in mind puppies are a LOT of work, he will need continued house training, work on walking on leash and of course at least the basics. A puppy class is a great way to bond and learn new things. Positive rewards training only! If you think Stanley would be an energetic and fun addition to your family, fill out an application today.
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Siberian Husky

Male, Young
Boise, ID
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Good with dogs, Spayed or Neutered, Shots are up-to-date,
Hi everyone! It is me Peanut! I have been kicking around here with the Moonsong crew for a few months now and just wanted to reintroduce myself! It is fall now after all, and I would love to find myself a dream family who is ready to share in all their adventures. As you can see, I am a very handsome male husky/malamute mix who is eager to please and just need someone to show me the ropes. I am only about three years old and am your typical bouncy boy who loves to play. I do know basic commands but could really use some consistent training efforts to help challenge my mental abilities and help me excel. I get along with most dogs who are similar in size but do need proper introductions and supervision with those who are little more dominant. Oh, and in case you were wondering, I would do best in a home with a secure yard, a family who is active and of course able to provide me with all the snuggles I deserve. If you are interested in fostering or even better, adopting me please fill out an application or contact my person for more information. I promise I will bring a world of happiness that is beyond your wildest expectation! And remember PEANUT ROCKS! Available to Adopters in Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Utah & Northern Nevada.
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Siberian Husky

Female, Young
Boise, ID
(when grown) Med. 26-60 lbs (12-27 kg)
Hi ya, I’m Lacee a sweet young and playful female husky. Lucky for me Moonsong came to my rescue after being abandoned in the desert in Utah. My experience has not hardened me to life, I am a love bug with people I trust. Since being in a foster home I’ve been exposed to 3 foster brothers and have interacted with dogs of all sizes. Playing is my favorite thing and I adjust my play style to my friends; I will play all day if given the choice. Crate training has been going well. After a few hours of play time, roaming the house and yard, I am happy to go into my crate for a nap. My crate is my safe place, and I will hoard any and all toys in my space. I can be protective of my space and toys, so it’s important to allow me space. I am shy about meeting new people and prefer them to wait for me approach them when I’m ready to ask for pets. Once I trust you, I warm up quickly and will ask for pets and give kisses. My leash manners are pretty good, and I am cautious of my surroundings and sudden noises or movements will make me flinch. I am gaining more and more confidence everyday. Lacee can easily be redirected with food, which makes her a dream to train. She has not been exposed to young children. She would love an active home with a confident and playful companion but would also be fine as an only dog. She needs a patient home that will allow her to go at her own pace to establish trust is important. Available to Adopters in Idaho, Wyoming, Montana, Utah & Northern Nevada.

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