Adopted – Found a Home

Vin: Siberian Husky mix (M) 9 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Vin
Breed: Siberian Husky mix
Gender: Male
Age: 9 years
Cat: Unknown
Dogs: Good
Kids: Older

My name is Vin.  Let me conquer your heart with my cuddles.  I may be an older boy, but I still have lots to give.  I am mostly deaf, so training is a bit of a challenge but I love my treats so nothing is impossible.  My distance sight is better than close up, but I can still get around. 

I’ve learned how to sit nicely to take a treat.  I’m working on not pulling, as if I’m part of a team pulling a sled, but you will need to continue to work with me so I can do better.  I also like being outside so if you have a nice big yard with a fence I’ll be happy there too.  I’m great on car rides so you can take me along with you.  Retirement is for being spoiled and I’d gladly let you do that for me.

I’m crate trained and I’ll go into my crate once I know where it is and that it’s mine.  I’m intact, but due to my age I’ll be adopted on a strict no breeding contract. In lieu of an adoption fee, a donation is greatly appreciated.

Blizzard: Siberian Husky (M) 12 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Blizzard
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Male
Age: 12 years
Cats: No
Dogs: Yes – large, submissive, but no small dogs
Kids: Older

Hello, I’m Blizzard and I would love to have a forever home with you! I bond very quickly and respond to my name very well. I already follow foster mom and am gaining confidence super quickly and have only been here a couple of days! I may be 12 years old, but I have lots of spring in my step and can keep up on excursions. I travel very well in a vehicle. I am good with dogs; however I would strongly prefer dogs that are not always in your face and high energy. I’d like to slow down a bit in my doggie companions at this time in my life. I need to meet my new brother/sister prior to going home with them just to make sure we can co-mingle.

I have not been introduced to cats or children but I am not to be near small animals as I think they are snacks. So far I have not had any handling issues that would prevent me from being good with older children. I do jump up once in awhile in excitement though. I have lived outdoors my whole life, so I will need someone patient to teach me about indoor life or an indoor-outdoor home. I am not house trained but I am crate trained. I am a very good learner when snacks are involved! I am microchipped and will be adopted on a strict non-breeding contract due to my age.

Chilli and Justin: Siberian Huskies (M) 9½ and 8½ years – ADOPTED!

ADOPTED!

Names: Chilli and Justin
Age: 9½ and 8½ years
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Males
Kids: Yes
Cats: No
Dogs: Yes – see description

Chilli and Justin were born here in Ontario and are now back in Ontario after spending their lives in Newfoundland. Chilli and Justin were returned to their breeder through no fault of their own and are now looking for a forever retirement home.

Chilli and Justin were raised in the house and are house and crate trained. They have never been apart, so it would be ideal if they could find a home together. They can live both indoors and outdoors; though indoors is their preference. They are generally good with other dogs and children, but please no cats. Young, energetic intact males aren’t to their liking; and they do prefer a smaller pack environment. After all, they are getting older and as we get older, we want more quiet.

Typical to the breed, they like to talk but don’t bark. Chilli and Justin are up to date on their vaccinations, but are not neutered. They will be adopted on a neuter contract. For this reason, they do not have an adoption fee. In lieu of an adoption fee, their neuters are at adopter’s expense.

Blaze: Siberian Husky mix (M) 2 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Blaze (Bonded with Kulu)
Breed: Siberian Husky mix
Sex: Male
Age: 2 years
Cats: No
Dogs: OK
Kids: No

My name is Blaze. I am an energetic and affectionate dog who needs an experienced, active forever human. I might even make a good sled dog!

I am house trained, but have not had any obedience training. I pull on leash and I hate having a collar put on. I sometimes nip when I want attention. I have met a cat and it’s clear that I’m not suitable for a home with cats or other small animals. It’s the same for children, I’m not aggressive, but I’m good with children due to anxiety and attention nipping. However, I am good with other dogs. I am also crate trained, and will go in with only a little coaxing. I do fuss for about an hour after being crated, but I will settle for the night. I am quiet for the most part, but I do exhibit separation anxiety, so I can be loud if you’re near me, but not paying attention.

My ideal forever home is active and has a fenced in area for me to run and play in to burn off my energy. My ideal forever humans will take me to obedience classes to help form a bond and help me with my unruly behaviour.

I am not neutered and will be adopted on a neuter contract to be completed once my behaviour is more under control.

Meca: Siberian Husky x Alaskan Malamute (F) 6½ years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Meca
Breed: Siberian Husky x Alaskan Malamute
Sex: Female
Age: 6½ years
Cats: No
Dogs: Larger only
Kids: Unknown – older only

Meet Meca, pronounced like Mika. I am 6.5 years young, and am looking for some nice people who are committed to snuggles, long hikes and/or runs, and training.  I am very affectionate when I am comfortable with a person and I have a great personality to match my ridiculous good looks. I like to be pet and will offer belly rubs, but please wait until I offer my belly for belly rubs. I am non-destructive in a home and can be left alone for several hours of the day, where I will snooze or play with my toys. I have a goofy personality which is often illustrated through my facial expressions and my soft woos. I have good manners in regards to not begging when food is nearby as well as not being very vocal expect for my soft woo’s. I am a very smart dog and know my basic commands such as sit, down, stay, and high five/paw. That being said, I am eager to continue learning – especially to build up confidence with my owner, learn new tricks, and work on my dominant personality around small dogs. When I am adventuring outside, I often forget my manners and will pull on the leash to please my high prey drive. I am OK with calm dogs but really I am not all that interested in making friends. I would definitely benefit from someone who is committed to exercising me often either with hikes, runs, or swimming.

I am good with most dogs on leash but I am a dominant dog so dogs that are tolerate of this personality quirk is best for me. PLEASE no little dogs or cats!! I have not been around kids, so older kids would be best if I have to live with kids. I am house trained, crate trained, spayed, microchipped, and up to date on all of my vaccinations! I am currently in foster in a townhouse, so I should be ok in an apartment/condo as well if I can’t have a home with a fenced yard to run around in.

Tessa: Siberian Husky (F) 12 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Tessa
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Female (spayed)
Age: 12 years
Cats: With caution
Dog: Yes – large, submissive
Kids: No


Hi everyone my name is Tessa. Don’t let my older age fool you – I still have lots of energy to burn and I’ll keep you running around with me and on your toes. As you can see, that also includes brushing and grooming me!

I am a lot of fun, however very unpredictable. Please, please do not ever touch my collar area! Please don’t pester me while I am eating/having a treat. Please muzzle me for grooming as it really annoys me. I am easily adaptable and quiet for the most part and recently lived in an apartment successfully for a brief period of time.

Even though I am 12 years old, I beg you to keep up with me on walks! I pull on the leash so it is up to you to keep me in control and reined in. I know how to sit. I am OK with larger and quieter dogs but I do not like smaller dogs. I am too unpredictable and sensitive to handling for children and have bitten them multiple times when they tried to catch me by my collar.

My favourite toys are balls. I can play by myself with a ball for hours, but I also like playing ball with humans too. Tennis balls don’t last me long, but hard rubber balls do well. They don’t even need to squeak or make noise, but it’s definitely a bonus if they do!

I am house trained, but can piddle due to spay incontinence. I am crate trained, but only to the side door of a double door wire crate. There is just something about going in the end door of a crate that I don’t like. I am also non-destructive when left loose all day.

I am spayed and microchipped. I am house trained.

Laika: Siberian Husky (F) 4 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Laika
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Female
Age: 4 years
Cats: No
Dogs: Calm females only
Kids: No


Hi, my name is Laika and I am a shy girl. The world and being handled are all new experiences for me! I need a patient, preferably female, forever home.

I do not make a peep, ever. I do need a home with a fenced in yard, as I will NOT potty on a leash or any type of tie-out. Fences keep the scary world out, so I am comfortable enough to potty.

I do know my basic commands. I walk decently on a leash, but will bolt in random directions if something scares me, so hang on tight!! I need to be told which body part you want to touch before being touched. I will allow touching if I know where to expect it! This is especially important for my collar handling.

Right now, I need a nice quiet home in the country with just you and me, maybe a calm and comfortable dog to help me blossom into my best self. I do hunt small wildlife like squirrels and chipmunks, so cats are not recommended. Being in the city scares me, so only quiet, fenced, country homes please. I don’t know how to play, other than running around in a fenced yard with my human. I am happy to lounge on your bed all day, but please take me out and socialize me!

I love car rides when I am comfortable with you. I am house and crate trained. I am 4 years old, spayed, UTD on vaccines, and on flea/tick preventatives.

Ronnie: Siberian Husky x White Shepherd (F) 3½ years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Ronnie
Breed: Siberian Husky x White Shepherd
Sex: Female
Age: 3½ years
Cats: Not recommended
Dogs: Not recommended
Kids: Yes

Hello, my name is Ronnie and I am an energetic, loving 3½ year old spayed female Siberian husky mixed with white shepherd. I am currently in my second home, and will await my third and final home here. I love to go for long walks on my long leash and require a fenced in back yard; however I do jump fences. After my walks, I am very quiet and like to sleep on my dog bed or on the back porch in the sun. I have had obedience lessons and follow all simple commands. When walking on a leash, I do pull sometimes, but will heel with frequent redirection. For this reason, it is best if only adults walk me. I have never been aggressive towards people, including young children. When our 2 year old grandson startles me while running around, I just go to a quiet place out of the way. However, I am not totally settled with my human dad, which is the reason for my rehoming. We had an adult cat in our home when I arrived at 8 months old. We took awhile to become friends and now we share the water dish and get along well. I would be prone to chasing any other cats that are in the neighbourhood. I would prefer to be in a home where I am only left for about 5 hours at a time; and I prefer to be left in the evenings rather than during the day. I am OK with male dogs similar to my size and carefully selected females my size. I am not good with small dogs. I am not crate trained, but I am house trained. I am up to date on my rabies vaccination and microchipped.

Rambo: Siberian Husky x Alaskan Malamute (M) 4 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Rambo
Breed: Siberian Husky x Alaskan Malamute
Sex: Male (neutered)
Age: 4 years
Cats: No
Dogs: Selective, proceed with caution
Kids: No


I’m Rambo and I am a big boy at over 80 pounds!  Don’t let my size scare you!  I walk well on leash (but a flexi-leash is NOT suitable) and I know how to sit.  I could use further obedience training, but I’m a really good boy!  Unfortunately, I do bark a lot when I am outside, so my ideal forever home wouldn’t have close neighbours and not be an apartment.  I am possessive of my home and yard and strangers visiting where I live so I need to be introduced beforehand or I need to be put away.

I am crate and house trained. Due to my prey drive, I cannot be in a home with cats or small dogs, or even visit them.  I would be best without children or with older children (12 and up) due to my size and breed.  I am best suited to a rural environment home, or a home with malamute experience.  I am 4 years old, neutered and up to date on my core vaccinations.

Tigger: Alaskan Husky (M) 3 years – ADOPTED

ADOPTED!

Name: Tigger
Breed: Alaskan Husky
Sex: Male (neutered)
Age: 3 years
Cats: Unknown
Dogs: OK – see description
Kids: No


Tigger is approximately 3 years old. He can jump quite high, and for this reason, needs a home with a very high fence (minimum 6 feet) or will tether when outside to keep him safe.

He is extremely affectionate and very eager to please. He is also easily motivated by toys, treats and affection, making him an ease to work with. Like all huskies Tigger has a lot of energy and has a high exercise requirement. Because of this, he would do best with an active family who can exercise him daily. Tigger walks, hikes, and jogs like a pro with a Halti Head Collar and will even accept a doggie backpack which helps to tire him out. In the last week he has been learning basic obedience. He knows many commands.

Tigger is OK with selective dogs. He does well with confident and balanced dogs but has nipped at dogs that display anxious, nervous or unsure behaviour. Because of this, he will need an experienced handler with a confident and positive attitude. Tigger has not displayed any fear reactivity in his foster home and he looks to the people he trusts for direction.

Tigger willingly goes into his crate and sleeps in it like an angel but he does experience some isolation stress (drools heavily and destroys his bedding) when he knows you’ve left he house. We are working on this and are seeing improvements. Tigger is a great dog and has so much potential!

He is microchipped and neutered.  He’s also had some past surgery to remove the tip of his tail that got injured but is fully recovered.