Male (black/silver), his name is Hoss.
He loves to ride in the back of my pick-up (with a topper). He loves other
dogs. He is in a foster home at the moment because we wanted to see how
they would do apart. He is doing fine at this home.
Humane Society of Park County
Both Huskies below are in long-term foster care,
click on link below for more information.
Two very good natured Huskies that were surrendered by an elderly lady`s
son (concern of the dogs knocking
her over, ect.).
These Huskies have a wonderful temperament and have been very well taken
care of. These gorgeous dogs are 9 years old (we are guessing
littermates). They have been together all of their lives. We have had them
for about 1 month.
We'd love to answer anymore questions we can about these two.
Tiffani, PCHS 406-222-2111,
female) does great out in the play yard with the other dogs, but
when left alone in her kennel, she will ram the doors looking for
(probably) Hoss. We have put other dogs in her kennel with her and this
seems to do fine. So our conclusion with separating them seems to be that
they would do fine apart. Meesha would have to go to a home with another
They are both housebroken, they are used to being indoors and out. We temperament
our dogs here and they both did excellent! They really are
Meesha is an escape artist, however. She is Good! She surprises us at how
she gets out. She will also probably eat a cat (sounds great, huh), but
typical of the breed?.
These dogs have a lot of energy and show no signs of problems due to their
As with all animals on this web
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only and animals must be spayed or
neutered. Availability of an animal is
subject to change without notice.
the dogs (including evaluation and temperament) listed are furnished by rescuers and other
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