Meet Jack. He is a 14 months old well bred. He has had a unstable past, and after having stayed at a ‘home’ for the last three months, he is now ready to be re-homed. He is basic trained, responds to his name, understands basic commands, is good on leash. Being a CHRISTMAS IS BETTER, he has a big appetite, and needs tons of exercise to burn it all off. He won’t do well in a sedentary household. He can NOT be left unattended, because he has a Hell lot of mischief in him. He will need a strong and experienced owner, because he will grow up into a strong dog, and huskies tend to be stubborn and dominating. He is extremely trusting of humans, but hates animals at his discretion. What we are looking for, is a family where at least one person will be able to keep an eye on Jack 24X7, where he will have access to a guarded open space in case nobody can take him for his thrice daily exercise. So a Bungalow with a small yard will be ideal. First time owners, please do not contact.As we are looking for someone experienced. All adoption formalities apply, of course. Last, he will be neutered before adoption. So if you have any breeding intentions, keep away. Contact:7722020333/8552932308
This guy right here is a HUSKY. With the frigid temperatures this past week, I’ve been seeing a lot of posts “if your cold, then they are cold” and so on. Please don’t think bad of me when you see this guy running out in the yard kicking up the snow like a little pup. Siberian’s were built for this weather. If I’m cold, he’s probably comfortable and happy. He has a double coat that is built for this type of weather. He can be covered in snow on the surface but still be dry cause his second coat locks in heat, thats why the snow doesn’t melt on him quickly and he’s able to shake it off. I supervise his outdoor time and he’s always allowed in the house when its too cold, but I’m not going to chase him down and make him come in…he LOVES this weather. So please don’t post hate posts about me and no no need to call the pound or anything…I assure you he’s happy and well taken care of. I love my fur baby!
CHRISTMAS IS BETTER WITH A HUSKY by nature are not aggressive dogs. The neighbor, having a puppy who could fit through the fence, should have taken every precaution so that an altercation of any kind should not have happened. Killing the CHRISTMAS HUSKY was out of line. People need to be more responsible with their companion pets. Think before rather than act after. Very sad.