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    Courtesy Listings

    This page is for individuals who would like to re-home their own Husky.

    The Huskies on this page are not available through
    North Star Siberian Husky Rescue.

    Please use the contact numbers that are posted with the
    information of that particular dog.

    Occasionally we will cross-post adoptable Huskies from other
    shelters or rescues.

    If you would like to place a listing here - please go to the
    contact us form
    and select the category of 'Courtesy Listings'.

    A volunteer will then contact you.


     Mishka - Adopted!  

    Mishka is a three and a half year old spayed purebred Siberian Husky my neighbors left with me in lieu of shooting her after several sheep attacks. She is absolutely gorgeous, has a very sweet spirit, is a fast learner, and a beautiful singer. Good with people, kids, and other dogs (large and small), but has a strong prey drive with cats, chickens, and sheep.

    She hasn't had much consistent attention or training , but has been responding well to lots of love and daily walks. She was hit by a car when young and is weak in the hindquarters which was not helped by being contained in a tiny pen without exercise and free fed. (The owners thought it would lessen her prey drive....) She's now getting a lot of dog play, forced marches, and measured meals. I have been doing leash walks only and someone should continue that until she's bonded and trained. The good news is she is not a fence vaulter; nor has she been trying to dig under my fence. She is compliant about being groomed--a Husky Must-- and now often asks for a full dog massage. The owners kept up on heart worm treatment, pest control, and vaccinations. They just weren't willing to make a husky work with their lifestyle and were not willing to continue losing sheep.

    I will do whatever it takes to get her to a safe haven as soon as possible. I'd love to keep her, but the combination of neighborhood livestock and the safety of my own cat make it a bad match. I'm putting this out to find her a husky-knowledgeable person who will love and understand her and give her the highest quality of life. She will flourish with the right person to nurture her intelligence and open-hearted joy.
    Could that be you?

    If you are able to adopt her I can be reached by email:
    [email protected] or call 505-983-1290



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