Dog - Husky, Siberian
Age: 2.17 years
Weight: 54.2 lbs.
Current Status: Available Foster
Color: White and Black
Eye Color: Bi-eyed, one blue one brown
Weight: 55 lbs
Large Dog Friendly: Yes
Small Dog Friendly: Yes
Cat Friendly: Unknown
Crate Trained: Yes
Energy Level: 11/10
Reaction to New People: excited but no barking, jumps some but calms down after a few minutes
Kid Friendly: Yes, but maybe not a good fit for a house with toddlers as his zoomies can be intense!
Training: Great name recognition. Good with basic commands. Decent on a leash with a prong collar and we have already seen improvement.
Fence: does great in fenced yards and hasn't shown any desire of looking over it to jump. He would love a home with a decent sized fenced yard to run off his energy!
Solo or Siblings: Based on energy level, I would say a sibling is a must.
From the Foster: Chandler is a beautiful bi-eyed boy with a signature tail. He loves pets and scratches from people and is not shy about asking for more after they stop with a nose tap or a soft paw tap. Chandler plays very well with our 2+ year old female husky. He still has something to learn about boundaries with other dogs and when they need a break. This is why we think he is closer to 1 year as opposed to 2 years which was the original estimate. When chandler gets too excited he does great with a good toy or higher reward treat in his crate until he calms down. We have had him in his crate to sleep every night that we have had him and he's good for 8-10 hours. Chandler is the biggest lover and will cuddle for as long as you let him. He is eager to please and has be doing very well with training at his foster home. Now all he needs is his forever family!
Adoption Fee: $400
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.