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Meet Bebe

Dog - Husky, Siberian

Sex: Female

Age: 8 months

Weight: lbs.

Color: Black/White

Current Status: Applications Pending

Color: Black & White

About Bebe

Eye Color: Blue

Birthday: 10/09/21

Weight: 43 lbs

Large Dog Friendly: Yes

Small Dog Friendly: Unknown

Cat Friendly: Unknown

Crate Trained: Not yet, but she's working on it!

Housebroken: Yes

Energy Level: High

Reaction to New People: Friendly and excited

Kid Friendly: Bebe had a bad experience with a child in her previous home that resulted in her nipping at him, so children over the age of 12 are recommended.

Training: Knows sit, down, shake, kennel up; working on stay, come, and leave it.

Grooming Needs: Bebe has a standard husky coat which will require regular thorough brushing. You should aim for once a week or so, and more when she is blowing her coat, typically twice a year.

Fence: Bebe would be fine with a 5' fence or a tie out.

Solo or Siblings: She would love to have another dog with a similar energy level to play with, but would also do fine as an only dog with an active family.

From the Foster: Bebe came to AAHMN as an owner surrender. Even though she's only 8 months old, she is very well-behaved, without hardly any of those annoying puppy habits like chewing on everything. She definitely has puppy energy though, so she would love to be adopted by an energetic family who can give her plenty of exercise. Bebe is a sweet, goofy girl who loves her people and gets some anxiety when they leave her at home. Her foster family is working to show her that they won't forget about her and will always come home again. She is working hard on her crate training and with the help of medication has been making progress!

Bebe has gotten along very well with her foster fur siblings (one male and one female). They are similar to her in size, so how she would do with small dogs or cats is unknown. She gets pretty fixated on small critters she sees on walks though (squirrels, rabbits, etc), so our guess is that she may struggle with small dogs or cats. She is a typical husky when on a leash, trying to pull you every which way so she can check everything out. Because she's still pretty young her foster parents think that with continued training this will improve. If you are looking for a sweet little lady to join your family then apply to adopt Bebe right away!

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.