Adopted – Found a Home

Penny: Siberian Husky (F) 2 years – ADOPTED


Name: Penny
Breed: Siberian Husky
Gender: Female
Age: 2 years
Cats: No
Dogs: No
Kids: No

My name is Penny. I’m a very pretty girl. I need to be an only pet in the household as I tend to protect my owner from other pets in the household. I am a lot of fun though, so let’s have fun together, just you and me! I am high energy and need an active forever human. I want to go in every direction at once! When I am out for a run in the backyard, I am oblivious to anyone calling me.

Unfortunately, I scream if I am left alone, and crates terrify me. I might damage your house if left alone. I wouldn’t mean to, I just get anxious. If left alone outside, I would annoy your neighbours. I don’t like being lead by the collar unless there is a leash clipped to it.

On the positive side, I am good in a vehicle, but might chew my leash. I would benefit from a home that will attend obedience classes with me to help form a bond and get my energy under control. I am house trained and know some basic commands. I am up to date on my rabies and core vaccinations, but am not spayed. I will be adopted on a spay contract.

Aspen: Siberian Husky (M) 4 years – ADOPTED


Name: Aspen
Breed: Siberian Husky
Gender: Male
Age: 4 years
Cats: No
Dogs: OK
Kids: No

Hi, my name is Aspen. I am a 4 year old neutered, microchipped and fully vaccinated male Siberian Husky.

I am not your average, cuddly pet. I am making big improvements on my meeting strangers, but please do not rush me into meeting. I am no longer lunging and growling at every stranger that approaches, but this has taken me 6 months to learn with my foster family.

Once I am comfortable, I play fetch! I will bring my toy to you, drop it at your feet, and back away for you to grab my toy to toss. Please do not grab it unless I bring it to you and back away. Please do not bother me when I am eating either. I know my basic commands, and am house and crate trained. I am also muzzle trained for things that require major handling and/or restraint – like grooming, baths, nail trims, etc.

I am making huge improvements in every aspect and my life, and my foster home couldn’t be more proud! I am not for the inexperienced owner however, so despite all my improvements, please do not apply unless you have loads of experience with dogs who are not fans of meeting new people. Even once I am comfortable at home, it is recommended to put me away when strangers come over until I start really opening up to you and getting truly comfortable.