Meet Balto. He is about two years old . His shelter assessment has really good numbers but also the comment: Needs training. our volunteer found that he is relatively calm considering his youth and loves to cuddle (He thinks he’s a 60# lapdog). But he also told us one other thing: He is NOT a friend of kennels.
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all self-respecting huskies, he needs a secure fence – 6’ high and dig proof
at the bottom. Siberians are great Houdinis and most have a keen prey drive
– so small critters, incl. smaller dogs and, of course, cats, chickens,
ducks may not be safe. In return they will reward you with endless
entertainment with their antics. Of course, they should always be on leash
when outside their secure perimeter. Children should preferably be 8 years
old or up so they don’t knock them over in their enthusiasm for life.
As with all animals on this web
site, adoptions to approved homes
only and animals must be spayed or
neutered. Availability of an animal is
subject to change without notice.
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