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Bane: Husky mix (M) 5 years – COURTESY LISTING – ADOPTED


Name: Bane
Breed: Husky mix
Gender: Male (neutered)
Age: 5 years (DOB June 28, 2012)
Cats: No/not tested
Dogs: Good – but see description
Kids: Older 10+


Bane has always been a family dog. He has been with our family since he was 7 weeks old. He has lived with 2 kids (age 11 and 2) but has had alot of trouble adjusting to the younger child – he doesn’t like to be mauled, bugged and chased around and wants to flee.

He has been in training, is very friendly, loves to play and well socialised with humans and other dogs.

He is used to having free run around the home. Bane loves going to dog parks, beaches, conservation areas etc and is great walking on a leash. He listens very well, is laid back and well behaved. He is a Husky and plays like one, he loves finding other Husky friends.

Bane has never had any aggression issues toward other dogs but unfortunately was recently attacked while at a doggy daycare pretty badly. He ended up with stitches and a rather large vet bill (the other dog was new and attacked Bane, when Bane went to submit on his back and the other dog grabbed and ripped open his chest. He is now fully recovered but since then I’ve noticed he has been a little more timid than usual around new dogs.

Bane used to be on a raw diet but we switched him a few years back to Instinct. He is known to be picky with kibble but has been doing very well with this food. He is a big suck, loves attention and freedom – exercise and being outdoors is a HUGE deal for him. If he doesn’t get out he gets very depressed.

He has no allergies or medical issues other then a very stubborn reoccurring ear infection in his left ear that has come and gone for over a year now. He is up to date on his shots and check ups.

He is used to going for a walk or to the park 1-2 times a day and loves free roam outdoors so a big fenced in backyard with full access is very important (he loves to lay and sleep in the backyard). He is a big boy 80+ lbs so needs lots of space.

Loki: Siberian Husky (M) 6 years – ADOPTED


Name: Loki
Breed: Siberian Husky
Gender: Male (intact)
Age: 6 years
Cats: OK – but with supervision
Dogs: Yes
Kids: Older due to jumping up/excitement


Loki is a chocolate Siberian Husky. He’s male, not neutered and 6 years old, birthday is March 13th 2012. He’s had no issues with cats dogs or humans and has interacted with all on several occasions.

He loves to go on walks and that’s what gives him the most joy, while at home he will lay around the house and not do much. It’s been 2 years since his last vet visit , but is perfectly healthy and has continued to receive treatment with revolution to prevent ticks and heart worm.

He’s a very friendly dog, is very excitable with guests that arrive, but will calm down shortly after. He knows not to jump on people, but some people encourage it so he will. Like his name he can be a bit mischievous when left alone for extended periods of time and will try to escape outdoors if he knows you’re not home – however, if he does get out he tends to stick around the house (so far). He has previously marked furniture while left alone at home, but never does it while anyone is there, although its been over a year and a half since he’s done something like that.

He doesn’t have any issues with other animals and the best place for him is maybe with another dog to hang out with. He’s good with car rides, hates crates and being closed in small places. Currently he has a couple beds, upstairs and in the basement. He’ll spend the night in the basement and most of the day upstairs. He knows basic commands such as sit stay come and down. He tends to pull a bit while walking on the leash and has to be reminded not to at the start, although if he sees another animal he’ll do his best to get to them to play.

Feeding is usually once at night although we tend to leave food in his bowl because he doesn’t guard it or mind it, even if another dog goes to eat it. He doesn’t like to eat much except for meat, chicken, fish, cheese mixed in with his dry food (currently Science Diet). If you drop something on the floor and are hoping he’ll clean it up you’re out of luck because he’ll leave it there, sometimes even it’s something he would normally eat in his bowl!

We would like an appropriate donation be made to SHARP on behalf of setting up the adoption and just really want him to go to a great home.

Bella: Siberian Husky (F) & Max: Siberian Husky (M) both 10 years – ADOPTED


Name: Bella – ADOPTED
Breed: Siberian Husky
Gender: Female (spayed)
Age: 10 years
Cats: Yes
Dogs: Yes
Kids: Yes

Bella is a 10 year old female (spayed) Siberian Husky, 50lbs and up to day on all vaccines.

She is very friendly, people oriented dog, eager to play or to be petted.  Bella has basic obedience, is house trained and has no bad habits.  She has a moderate energy level and seems about half of her age and is in excellent health.

Bella requires a fenced yard.  She can be bossy when meeting and playing with other dogs, but not in aggressive way, just has a more dominant personality.  This is exhibited more with other females than males.

Name: Max – ADOPTED
Breed: Siberian Husky
Gender: Male (neutered)
Age: 10 years approx
Cats: No
Dogs: Yes
Kids: Yes

Max is a 10 year old, 80lb beautiful, friendly (neutered) boy, the strong, silent type.  He is up to date on all vaccines, has basic obedience, house trained, with no bad habits. He has a moderate energy level and is in excellent health.

He does need dental work done, but plans are being made on getting that done this week or next.  Max also requires a fenced yard.  He’d be a lovely walking/hiking companion.

Bella and Max are both really lovely dogs and have been together for two years, and ideally, would be great for them to be adopted together.  However, they are not a “bonded” pair, so it would be possible to split them to find a family situation for each of them so that they are not stuck in a kennel situation indefinitely.

Snow: Siberian Husky (F) 4 years – ADOPTED


Name: Snow
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Female (spayed)
Age: 4 years
Cats: No
Dogs: Yes – selective
Kids: Yes

Hello, I am the adorable, energetic and playful Snow! I am a 4 year old spayed, vaccinated and microchipped female Siberian Husky. I am pure white and so very fluffy! I love people of all shapes and sizes. I am also dog friendly, however I am the dominant one in playgroups. Certain female dogs I really do not like, however I am generally good with male dogs. I would need to meet any new pack member before going home first.

I am absolutely not friendly with cats or small dogs. I love to run and play with my friends, both human and larger canine. I am gentle around food/treats, but would prefer if you don’t try to take my toy away.

If given the opportunity, I prefer to be near the female human of the household. I have nothing against men, it is just a personal preference. I am house and crate trained.

I am a quiet girl, and have lived in an apartment successfully. I do need a fence minimally 5ft high and supervision. If I don’t have a secure fence, I need to be kept on a leash or tether at all times since I will run off, which is typical of my breed. I do pull on leash and am skilled at slipping out of collars, so please always keep my collar tight!

Zarek: Siberian Husky (M) 2½ years – ADOPTED


Name: Zarek
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Male (Neutered)
Age: 2½ years
Cats: No
Dogs: Yes
Kids: Yes – older

Hi, my name is Zarek and I’m estimated to be about 2-3 years old.  I am microchipped and up to date with vaccinations. I am also neutered and have recently been vet checked and declared healthy.

I’ve been an active sled dog for the last 2 years, but I could also be a great pet, as long as there is a fenced in yard and plenty of exercise for me as I am high energy.  I also love water, I’ve done lure coursing and dock diving, I need to be kept busy and would love to do more sports or long hikes in the countryside.

I’m very good with dogs of all sizes but can be a bit rough playing so need to be watched for that. I am OK for recall in fenced areas or dog parks but must not be allowed off-leash anywhere else.  I love humans of all sizes and have reasonably good manners but may have to be reminded not to jump up when meeting new people as I do get excited! For this reason, I would be better with older kids as I may knock small ones over.  I have been learning to sit and wait for my meals with my foster and doing really well.  I am crate trained and I enjoy going for car rides and a good traveller.  I am strong but a really sweet guy, I know I need a bit of leash work but I am willing to learn.

I would love to find a home with an active family or person that will spend a lot of outdoor time with me, I don’t do well being shut indoors or left in a yard and not really suited for an apartment as I can be quite vocal.

Harley: Husky/Malamute (F) 10 months – ADOPTED


Name: Harley
Breed: Husky/Malamute
Gender: Female
Age: 10 months
Cats: OK
Dogs: Good
Kids: Not tested

*Courtesy Listing*

We want to introduce you to Harley, this lovely, husky/malamute puppy. At this point she doesn’t respond by name, although in a very short time, she has come at the sound of our voices. She is house broken and very gentle. Harley is an intelligent, alert, calm, loving and responsive dog. We are told that she was abused as a young puppy, although the abuse was not specified. We tend to think that she was neglected, with little attention given to her needs. She has spent all of these months dwelling in an apartment, with another dog and a cat.

It is no surprise that Harley, along with being highly alert, has lots of energy and is keen to be outside, although she is quite content indoors as well.

She is a very loving puppy, who responds to kindness and attention. She seems fearful of new situations and sometimes meeting new people.  When we first took her in the car, she was very upset and we had to lift her in. After a few stops, she willingly jumped in by herself. In a familiar environment, she quickly warms to strangers. On walks, she may shy away from people we meet.

Harley is essentially an untrained puppy except for toileting and here she has been excellent.  She doesn’t know commands, although we think she will be quick to

learn away from immediate distractions and when she is comfortable. She follows easily on a lead, but will pull away to go home if she is upset. We have a crate for her, but at some point she was left inside for a long period of time and is now extremely reluctant to go into the crate.  We haven’t checked her reaction since she came to us. We have a second dog bed, where Harley lies down during the day and upon which she sleeps all night without interruption.

Harley wasn’t used to a regular regime of feeding and we are attempting to determine the best diet for her as well as putting her on a twice daily regime. Her biological clock is already working as she looks for her food at the same time and devours all in true doggy fashion. She has no apparent allergies and enjoys her after dinner big bone treat.

We are looking for a home where this lovely puppy will be loved, nurtured and where the owners are prepared to devote time to training and play (she hasn’t had much play time}.There is no doubt she will return kindness and love big time. It would help if the home yard is fenced, so she is free to be outside on her own.  For sure, she would run if left in an unenclosed space.  We would love to keep her, but are unable to do so as we are seniors and already have a 12 year old dog.

We have acquired copies of her medical records and it would appear that all of her shots are up to date. We are assuming she has not been spayed.

Sierra: Siberian Husky (F) 5 Years – ADOPTED


Name: Sierra
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Female (Spayed)
Age: 5 Years
Cats: No
Dogs: Yes – but with caution
Kids: Yes – older

Sierra is a high energy dog who really enjoys being with people. She loves attention and spending time with others. She does have basic obedience training but that would have to be reinforced as it’s been awhile. Being a former member of a dog team Sierra loves to run and work if given the opportunity.

Sierra does have a prey drive common in working Siberians so if there are cats or small animals around then they would need to be separated. She gets along with male dogs but would be cautious with other females. Sierra does have a history of living with other dogs male and female but should be monitored first to ensure all is OK.

Sierra is crate trained but it’s not something she has done in a while, she has comfortably lived outside most of her adult life with her sledding teammates.

Before Sierra goes to a new home she will be completely vet checked and vaccinations updated.

Aurora: Husky mix (F) 2½ years – ADOPTED


Name: Aurora
Breed: Husky mix
Gender: Female (spayed)
Age: 2½ years
Cats: No
Dogs: No small dogs
Kids: Yes
Activity Level: Med/High
Size: 50lbs

*Courtesy Listing for Rescue*

It has been almost a year since Aurora came into Manitoba Great Pyrenees Rescue. And what a busy year it has been for her!! Aurora is a smart husky and has been learning a lot since living with her foster mom.

We currently have Aurora in a foster home. She is well cared for, socialized and even had some sessions with a behaviourist to address her shyness in regards to men. She enjoys being rewarded for her achievements with treats or playtime outside!

Aurora does well with most dogs her size and larger, with proper introduction. But she does love to have a well matched play mate. Aurora does have prey drive, so she cannot live with cats. She does well with children, has never had an issue in that regard. Although she has never been around very young babies/toddlers.

Aurora is affectionate and relaxed when her energy is drained by physical exercise and mental stimulation. She would enjoy living with an active family that wouldn’t leave her alone for long periods of time and hopefully an easy-going and  playful dog friend/sibling too!

Mya: Siberian Husky x Alaskan Malamute (F) 2 years – ADOPTED


Name: Mya
Breed: Siberian Husky x Alaskan Malamute
Sex: Female
Age: 2 years
Cats: No
Dogs: No
Kids: Yes – older

Hi, my name is Mya. I am approximately 2 years old and I LOVE cuddles! I am mellow overall for my age, but I do get rambunctious with young children and knock them down so I’m better suited to a family with older kids. I also jump up to get my hugs. Being a big girl, this definitely needs to be worked on. People are the best!

When it comes to dogs however, they take away from me being able to get ALL the attention. I do not like male dogs or small dogs of either sex – at all. Nor do I like cats. Certain female dogs I can get along with, but I would definitely need to meet any dogs I would be living with before going home with them.

I am house trained, and I am crate trained once in. I do not particularly like going in the crate, but will go with a push and then settle in no problem. If another dog walks past my crate door though, I will raise a ruckus.

I am microchipped. It is believed I am spayed, but my rescue does not want to put me through surgery without knowing for certain due to breed-specific issues with anaesthesia. If I am found to be intact, you will need to spay me as per contract and will receive a rebate after proof of surgery from your vet.

Sadie: Siberian Husky (F) 1½-2 years – ADOPTED


Name: Sadie
Breed: Siberian Husky
Sex: Female (Spayed)
Age: 1½-2 years
Cats: Not recommended
Dogs: Yes
Kids: Yes – older

***This is a courtesy listing for owner***

Sadie is very shy/timid girl at first but warms up fast. She is a huge cuddle bug and loves attention – just can’t get enough! She is high energy, loves to run and play fetch, walks great on a leash with no pulling, a bit nervous when cars drive by and at night.

She loves her toys (stuffies mainly) and playing fetch. She loves to run and play with other dogs – so far, no issues with any kind of dogs. She has been great with people as well but does seem to have a bit of fear (possibly from her past history). She tends to be possessive of her toys when other dogs are near by or they try to take it, but she has never bitten or attacked and just growled a bit. Sadie loves to run and is an escape artist. She gets bored fast so needs a lot of exercise. She displays some separation anxiety and she whines when left alone and freaks out for about 5 minutes before calming down. She doesn’t mind having a bath or getting her nails trimmed – brushing is one of her favorite things. She is overall an amazing dog and would make a family happy.

Sadie is crate trained, sometimes it takes her a bit to settle down, but she always does. Her crate is her safe place and where she sleeps at night due to her chewing things. This is something she may grow/train out of by keeping her busy and active. She knows sit, lay down and paw, but as with most huskies, she is selective on hearing! She is a great traveller in the car just lays down or sits.

She’s very good with her feedings, no aggression, and able to take food away from her. Currently she’s on ¾ cup in her bowl 3 times a day. Loves canned food mixed with her dry food as a treat once in awhile. Currently eating Purina ProPlan.

Sadie is up to date on shots, is spayed and microchipped.