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MASSACHUSETTS UNION
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SIBERIAN HUSKIES

HUSKY EXCHANGE - FUR KIDS LOOKING FOR A FOREVER HOME
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Andre is a wise, dapper, gray and white 12 year old looking for a safe, peaceful home for his golden years. He was recently hurt by several of the dogs with whom he lives and consequently it is unsafe for Andre to live here anymore. While he could be confined indoors, separate from the other dogs, he would be very unhappy and lonely and this is not how we we would like him to spend his golden years.
He is quiet and gentle and used to spending most of his day outdoors in a fenced secure yard with other Siberians. When we are home he is in and out of the house. Inside, for his safety, he is mostly in his big comfy crate which he loves. He is quietly affectionate and has a huge smile when it is time for anything he enjoys like eating, going for a walk or hooking up to a sled or cart. Andre is used to living with many other Siberians, but due to the recent incident , one or two spayed females would be perfect, but no males please. He’s accustomed to living with adults, no small animals, cats, or children. Mostly he loves going for long walks, and surprisingly doesn’t pull like a crazy youngster. His howl is a lovely barritone and he sometimes speaks thoughtfully about mealtime in a variation of the classic Siberian woowoo. He adapts well to new environments and new people, though sometimes big big men can worry him. A worry he has had since we adopted him at age 2.
At age 7, Andre developed glaucoma and his left eye was removed. Since that time his right eye receives 3 medication drops a day and happily that eye has maintained excellent pressure all these years while on medication. He visits the opthamologist 2 or 3 times a year. Andre is intact and current on core and optional vaccines as well as monthly heartworm flea and tick.

Please note,
MUSH, Inc. and The Husky Exchange are not a registered Shelter and that MUSH does not own or use any facilities to engage in the transportation, housing, or training of any dog other than members' personal pets.
MUSH, Inc. and The Husky Exchange are unable to to list dogs from outside Massachusetts unless a Massachusetts Shelter or Rescue Organization approved to handle out-of-state adoptions is involved in the animal's placement. A current listing of of approved Shelters and Rescue Operations is available on the Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources website at http://www.mass.gov/agr/animalhealth/ApprovedEntities.htm.
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