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|Animal ID: 11901Mila (female)|
She is a beautiful, young husky. So if you like Huskys maybe she is for you. Of course she is going to need a lot of exercise. So with winter coming, if you need that cross-country skiing partner here she is. Mila needs a home with no cats please.
Humane Society of Pagosa Springs
465 Cloman Blvd
Archuleta County Pagosa Springs, CO 81147 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-09-00278Angel (female)|
Meet Angel! Her mother, Sophia, was on the reservation in New Mexico and showed up at someone's home nearby, very pregnant and gave birth just days after arriving. The area is heavily overcrowded with dogs and if Sophia and her puppies would have gone to the shelter they likely would have been euthanized. So transport was arranged through Rez Dawgs Rescue to transfer them up to Save Me Scout Rescue. Angel and her siblings will be 8 weeks old and ready for adoption by October 23rd. We believe their mother is a Shiba Inu/Boxer mix. We have no idea what dad was but he may have been some sort of Husky mix as Angel and her sister have blue eyes. The puppies are socializing with other dogs, cats, and children in their foster home. They are working on crate training and crate training and will need to continue such training in their forever home. Angel's adoption fee of $325 includes her spay, deworming, microchip, 1st distemper/parvo booster and private in home training (mandatory). For an application please go to www.savemescout.wix.com/savemescoutrescue for the Puppy Application! (Less)
Save Me Scout Rescue
Larimer County Loveland, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-10-01-00347Dale (male)|
Hi my name is Dale! I'm a two year old male Siberian Husky with one brown eye and one blue eye. I weigh about 50 pounds. I'm pretty handsome, huh? I'm also really friendly and love to play too. I'm doing great in my foster home! I get along well with other dogs and even the Potbellied Pig that I live with, but I don't like cats. I'm pretty jealous when it comes to other dogs getting attention. I like to push myself between my human and whoever is getting the attention. I'm not mean but sometimes the other dogs don't appreciate it. Because of that, I would be happy as an only dog who gets all the attention, but I'd also be okay being part of a pack. I deal with separation anxiety so it's important that my people aren't away from home very often. I don't like to be away from them. I'm very smart. My foster mom has taught me all kinds of tricks. I currently know sit, stay, lay down, shake, high five and I can jump through a hoop! I also get in my kennel when my mom says 'It's bed time!'. Unlike my foster siblings, I come when I'm called...about 90% of the time. Sometimes hunting lizards outside is just too much fun! I'm a great running buddy and keep pace with my human very well. My foster mom calls me a velcro-dog because I like to be next to her no matter what she is doing. My favorite thing is lying next to my humans with my head in their lap and if there is no room beside them I will happily climb right into their lap! If you adopt me I will be sure to keep you nice and warm in the winter! Just make sure to rub my tummy as a reward every once in a while, I LOVE tummy rubs. Think we are a good match? Visit my webpage for more photos and a link to the adoption application. http://www.mhhr.org/available-for-adoption/dale We do not have a facility for you to visit, all of our dogs are in foster homes. If you'd like to adopt or meet some of the dogs, please fill out an Adoption Application http://www.mhhr.org/adoption-information. Like Us on Facebook! www.facebook.com/huskylovers Most of our dogs never make it to the adoption sites because they find homes through our Facebook community. Join the husky community and conversation! (Less)
Mile High Husky Rescue
Arapahoe County Denver, CO 80224 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-09-26-00016Sadie (female)|
Sadie is looking for an emergency foster for her and her 4 young puppies. Sadie's devoted foster mom just lost her own mother in a tragic accident and needs to be able to find another foster family for this sweet dog!
Boulder County Colorado
|Rescue Me ID: 14-05-29-00480Kaya (female)|
Kaya is a very loving, energetic and a loyal dog. She enjoys running, cuddling and playing with toys. Kaya is absolutely a sweet and kind spirited dog. She loves to run and would need to be in a fenced in yard but with lots of room. She's always been an inside dog and is well behaved but needs lots of exercise. Kaya has been raised up around children. She would be great with older children. Just has a hard time with younger kids who would pull and tug on her. Kaya has also been raised with other dogs. She is extremely dominate and depending on the personalities it could cause problems. Kaya is in need of a forever home, who can give her lots of attention and love. The current owners can't keep her anymore due to their health conditions. (Less)
La Plata County Glendale 85306
|Rescue Me ID: 14-05-05-00014Grace (Courtesy Post) (female)|
Grace needs a new home. With a new child in the home, unfortunately Grace is becoming too protective and excitable with the baby. Grace is a 6 year old female Husky mix who weighs about 60 pounds. She is wonderfully affectionate and obedient. Grace loves outdoor activities such as hiking and horseback riding. She is fully house trained and does well on or off leash. She has been part of one family since she was adopted at the age of 1. Grace will need a home where she will have access to the outdoors and receive daily walks. She is healthy and up-to-date on all shots and vetting. Please contact her current owner, Jeff, at the info below if you'd consider giving her a forever home or if you'd like additional information. Please contact Jeff at cell: (303) 717-2215 and email: firstname.lastname@example.org (Less)
Animal Rescue of the Rockies
Denver County Denver, CO MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-03-08-00406Babe (female)|
Babe is an older lady who has a very serious look about her but don't let that fool you. Babe has got lots of spunk and silly antics to entertain you. She is a wise and serene gal who is looking forward to living out the rest of her days with a family who will appreciate her and love her. She doesn't get along well with cats, but is great with other dogs and people. Won't you give Babe a home of her to retire to?
Southern Colorado Spay and Neuter Clinic
1700 S. Prairie Ave
Pueblo County Pueblo, CO 81005 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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