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Meet Chutney

Dog - Shepherd, German/Husky, Siberian

Sex: Female

Age: 4 months

Weight: 19 lbs.

Color: Tan/None

Current Status: Available Foster

Name: Chutney

About Chutney

Sex: Female

Color: Tan with black face

Eye Color: Bi-eyed

Birthday: 12/28/2021

Weight: about 23lbs

Large Dog Friendly: Yes

Small Dog Friendly: Yes

Cat Friendly: She can adjust as she is just a puppy

Crate Trained: Yes. She has some anxiety. Will settle after about 20 minutes. Needs to be let out in the middle of the night to avoid accidents.

Housebroken: Working on it

Energy Level: High

Reaction to New People: Very excited

Kid Friendly: Yes

Training: Working on it. Knows "sit, "eh eh noise if chewing on something she shouldn't. Learning the word "kennel.

Grooming Needs: Short hair puppies right now that will likely need regular brushing as they grow.

Fence: Yes

Solo or Siblings: Lives with sister in foster home currently. Can be separated and be the only dog. If she is the only dog, it may take time to adjust.

From the Foster: Chutney is a very energetic, intelligent puppy. Chutney loves to snuggle. She is very vocal at times and she will let you know what she wants. She is still with her sister as a foster and they play very aggressively with each other. Chutney is a little more dominant than her sister. She can be stubborn at times, but seems to thrive when on a schedule because she is smart and picks up on routines quickly. She has been submissive to the resident dogs but will bark at them from time to time. She picks up on the pecking order quickly.

Chutney will need to go potty in the middle of the night. If you wait too long, she will have an accident in her crate. The foster family can help explain what has worked well with her schedule when adoption occurs for an easier transition. The foster family can help explain what has worked well with her schedule when adoption occurs for an easier transition.

Adoption Fee: $450

All dogs coming into Adopt A Husky Minnesota receive care tailored to their needs, including: Nose-to-tail exam with a partner veterinarian, Vaccinations (Rabies, Distemper, Bordetella), 4DX test to check for heartworm or tick exposure, Fecal Analysis, Heartworm and Flea/Tick Preventative, Spay/Neuter prior to adoption, Microchip, and are evaluated for temperament and trainability.