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14,116 Siberian Husky Dogs have been adopted on Rescue Me!
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|Animal ID: 985111000147499Kilo (female)|
Kilo is very friendly to people and other dogs most of the time. At feeding she gets very possessive and can be aggressive. We recently boarded Kilo for 16 days while away on vacation, during open play time she severely bit a small dog (for no apparent reason) requiring surgery for the small dog. This is why we are giving Kilo up for adoption. She gets excited when people show up and is very inquisitive, jumping and nibbling hands. She typically calms down in a few minutes. She is not nearly as energetic as other Huskies we have had. She does not like to run or go for long walks. We keep her in doors most of the time, interacting with our other husky and cat. (Less)
Jefferson County Golden, CO 80401 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: KovuKOVU (male)|
KOVU is a 7 month old Siberian Husky/Border Collie mix that survived Hurricane Harvey. He is current on shots and chipped. Kovu arrives in Denver Friday 10-20-17. For foster or adoption information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call/text 303-882-0837.
Dancing Dog Rescue
Jefferson County Denver, CO MAP IT!
|Animal ID: SashaSASHA (female)|
SASHA is a 6 month old Siberian Husky mix that survived Hurricane Harvey and finally made it to Colorado - no more hurricanes for this little gal. She is a sweet, playful pup. Sasha is spayed, current on shots and chipped. For adoption or foster information, please email email@example.com or call/text 303-882-0837.
Dancing Dog Rescue
Jefferson County Denver, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-10-11-00489Loki (male)|
Loki is a handsome, 8 month old, male Husky mix. Loki loves kids, he's house trained, and is good with other dogs. Loki is in foster in the Broomfield area. His adoption fee is $350.
Big Bones Canine Rescue
Weld County Windsor, CO 80550 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-09-17-00074Alaska (female)|
[Read About Natural Incontinence Care] Alaska is a beautiful, sweet dog with a gentle soul! She is 12 years old and has been having a harder time holding in her pee. She was my mothers dog for her enrire life until recently. My mom has been having some of her own health issues and cant unfortunately take care of her anymore. Alaska loves other dogs and still loves to play despite her age! She used to be very good with cats until a few years back (she was attacked by a street cat), but is now EXTREMELY picky with who she likes. I dont recommend a home with cats. She loves kids, but can be temperamental depending on their age; she is pretty old now! Alaska also has a problem of digging holes and occasionally jumping short fences. Shes a great dog and would be a great companion for an older couple or family! My mom does note that its better if she goes to a home with another dog because she will get lonely . (Less)
Boulder County Longmont, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-09-15-00074Jack (male)|
I have a male Siberian husky named jack. I need to find him a home where he can get the correct care and exercise he needs. Me and my wife are not home all day so there is nobody at home to hang out or care for him. He's a good dog. Please let me know if you want to come meet him. I would rather someone that has knowledge of huskys and knows how to take care of them. Thank you for looking
Douglas County Castle Rock, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 17-08-29-00378Rory (male)|
Rory was rescued from a high kill shelter and TX and has been looking for his forever family for about 6 months now. His amazing foster parent's have put together this incredibly thoughtful 'owner's manual'. Rory has been tossed around and we want this next home to be 100% to committed to all that he is! We are waiving his adoption fee so long as that $395 is put towards training. Rory is an amazing dog who deserves a wonderful home! We hope you'll take the time to read about him. Rory is an active and energetic dog looking for a forever home with owners to match. He is great with other dogs and plays nice with strangers and kids. He's even fine allowing other dogs to eat before and in front of him prior to receiving his portion of dinner. He does not growl or snarl when sharing close proximity with other dogs and his belongings (such as food or toys). Rory loves to chase and to wrestle with other dogs. He likes to play rough by wrestling and barking but is never aggressive when he does (this has not always been the case as you'll read). He needs lots of exercise which typically looks like going to the dog park every other day with 2-3 walks a day. In my case I take him for a long walk in the morning and then an hour or so at the dog park in the evening when working from home. When I'm unable to make it to the dog park I'll take him on three walks or play ball in the backyard for 10-15 minutes. This seems to satisfy his exercise needs. After a 30-minute walk in the morning Rory will lay around next to me all day while I work at my desk at home. He of course appreciates a raw hid bone to keep him entertained every once in a while. Behavior: The Bad The biggest issue we have seen occurs during transition. Two of the three households experienced this problem and unfortunately I feel that we failed Rory in not preparing his new owners with the tools to assess and correct this bad behavior. (I personally believe that there were other issues with the homes more than just Rory's behavior which eventually led to failure that I will talk about in more detail below). When Rory is frustrated and full of energy he will charge you and jump on you. Using his mouth to agitate or direct you to do what he wants you to do. This behavior is sometimes also seen during walks. This is really the biggest issue. Other issues are small and include things like chasing cats/skunks and not listening to verbal instructions when stimulated by this or other animals. Behavior: The Good Rory has so many good qualities and I don't mean for this letter to over emphasize the bad. I simply want to be clear where he needs improvement because his lovability is already apparent upon first meeting him. As stated above Rory plays well with other dogs, kids and always welcomes strangers to the house with a wagging tail. Rory absolutely fails as a 'guard dog' but is an amazing cuddler, companion and playmate. Rory does well at outside restaurants especially if he has a bowl of water and a bone to chew on. I often times will bring a cylindrical bone and peanut butter so that I can continually keep him engaged with his food so I can enjoy mine and my company. I typically will take him to the patio of Illegal Pete's or a local brewery but only after he's gotten his exercise for the day. That's a key point. Taking him to a public space and then putting a leash on him and telling him to be still is not a good idea unless he has been exercised. Otherwise he'll bark and bite the leash and attempt to escape. Make sure he's been well exercised and he'll behave in public. Again, a bone or peanut butter are great to have too. There is more to this letter but Rescue me has a limit on how much you can put in a profile. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org if you're interested in learning more about Rory! (Less)
Sunshine Canyon Dog Rescue
Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!
|Animal ID: ALLP-1Gus (male)|
Gus is a husky mix approximately 7 years old. He loves people of all ages! He is a perfect snuggle buddy at home but also loves outdoor adventures. He is fixed, house trained, walks well on a leash and loves car rides. Gus would prefer to be an only dog, but he gets along well with most females and select mellow males. Gus has a high prey drive so a home without cats is ideal. He is currently living at All-4-Paws boarding kennel in Alamosa, CO, but his friends there are willing to drive him to the another area such as Archuleta County area for meet and greets!
All-4-Paws Boarding Kennel
603 Lava Lane
Alamosa County Alamosa, CO 81101 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-10-10-00663Kemba (female)|
Kemba & her siblings were found living in a horse trailer in rural TX. They were terrified and covered in their own feces. Lucky for them, they were found by rescuers who quickly brought them home, bathed them and got them medical attention. Its been a year since Kemba has been with our rescue and her wonderful foster has truly changed her life. Kemba has grown so much. This is what her foster mom has to say about her: Kemba is about a year and half old. She is shy around new people until she gets to know them and then she is the sweetest. She loves other dogs, both male and female, and is playful yet submissive. I think she would do well in a calm and consistent environment with another pup to show her the ropes. She is housetrained and knows how to use a dog door. Also rides well in the car. She is not super enthusiastic about being walked on a leash, but is making progress. I let her run off leash on my BF's property and she does just fine. Kemba is also highly food motivated and loves toys of all kinds. In the right situation she is going to do great! Kemba's ideal new family is going to need to be patient and give her time to trust. If you want to give Kemba a forever home, which is so deserves, please email us at email@example.com. Thanks! (Less)
Sunshine Canyon Dog Rescue
Boulder County Boulder, CO MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Siberian Husky in Colorado|
Siberian Husky Dogs can make good pets in Colorado if they match your IifestyIe. The Siberian Husky is a large Spitz-type dog with a history of being used as a sled dog. Despite its ancient genetics and wolf-like appearance, Huskies are extremely friendly, gentle family companions. Huskies do not make good guard dogs. They are wonderful with children. Huskies do not like to be left alone so it is a good idea to own two of them. Huskies are smart but stubborn; they need firm training but may still disregard commands. Huskies should be socialized with other pets when they are puppies. Huskies need acreage on which to roam and should be sheltered from hot temperatures.
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