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Rescue Me ID: 17-06-25-00062Lucy (female)

Siberian Husky    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Average Temperament 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    New Home Requirements: Fenced yard that is Husky proof Some experience or familiarity with breed A family that can spend a lot of time with her and allow her to get plenty of exercise Someone who views their dog as family Lucy is an awesome 8 year old Husky. She has been an outdoor dog and chained up for most of her life. I am determined to find a new home where she can be happy for the rest of her life and get the attention she deserves. This past winter I started working with Lucy to see if she would stick around the farm and off the road if allowed to roam freely. She has done very well. There are some risks associated with this I'm ... (Read More)not comfortable with. Because of these risks, along with Lucy's prey drive and hunting instincts, I think it is best that she goes to a new home more suitable for her. My family doesn't want to keep her as an indoor pet. Over the last few months I have been letting Lucy in the house for extended periods of time. She has been a house dog for about a week. She has been wonderful. She has not been destructive at all. She is mostly house trained, but there have been a couple times when she peed on the carpet. I am still working with her on that. She seems to have a minor incontinence issue. She sometimes pees a little while lying down or sleeping. It only happens once in a while. I just started giving her bladder support supplements to see if they help. She has done very well with our cats and kittens. She may growl a little if they go by her food, otherwise she doesn't pay much attention to them, even if they try to be dominant or affectionate. She has a strong prey drive towards other small animals. She is likely to chase and kill small animals she isn't familiar with. Lucy has been good with all the other dogs she has met. She has seemed most interested in male dogs similar to her size. She would probably not do well with very dominant dogs or young dogs with a lot of puppy energy. I can tell Lucy gets bored, so I think she would do great with other dogs of similar size and temperament for company. Lucy still loves to run and can be very playful at times. She would probably do ok as an only dog as long as she gets plenty of attention. She has never shown any interest in dog toys or playing fetch. Lucy loves being outside. I would prefer someone who is able to let her be outside a lot and has a large secure fenced yard. She hasn't done any digging since we started keeping her off her leash, unless she was trying get to some small animal. She likes walking in water. I can't imagine her getting used to a crate, so someone that is not going to crate her is preferred. Lucy enjoys car rides and new experiences. I have taken her hiking and for walks away from home. She loved it. Lucy hasn't spent a lot of time around young children but there haven't been any issues during the time she has. As long as children are old enough to respect her, there shouldn't be any issues. I intend to do a home check to make sure it would be appropriate for Lucy. I would also drop her off. I am willing to drive several hours for the right home. Please contact me by email if you are interested or have any questions. Email address: tylerkraus1@gmail.com (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $150 Animal Location:

Dubuque County Dubuque, IA MAP IT!

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Tyler Kraus

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Rescue Me ID: 17-03-16-00154Marilyn (female)

Siberian Husky Mix    Age: Young Adult

Compatibility: Not Good w/ Other Dogs, Not Good w/ Cats, Good w/ Adults (Not Kids) 
Personality: Very High Energy, Somewhat Dominant 
Health: Spayed, Vaccinations Current 

    Marilyn arrived at the shelter in 2016 very pregnant and had 12 puppies in late 2016. She was adopted into a home and had to return to the shelter when the person could no longer care for her. Marilyn is a very smart dog but does get anxious around large crowds, strangers and loud noises. Marilyn was born in 2013 and can be an escape artist and will need a home with a fenced in yard. Marilyn is looking for a home where she will be the only 'child'. She loves people and will make a great companion for an experienced dog owner. MUST HAVE FENCED YARD AND NO KIDS UNDER THE AGE OF 16!

 Adoption Fee: $100 Animal Location:

Animal Lifeline of Iowa, Inc
4521 SE 14th Street
Polk County Des Moines, IA MAP IT!

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515-285-7387

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Siberian Husky in Iowa
    Siberian Husky Dogs can make good pets in Iowa 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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lnteresting Siberian Husky Trivia Low-Cost Iowa Spay & Neuter Clinics
    Huskies were bred from dogs indigenous to the Siberian Arctic. Teams of Huskies were used during Gunnar Kaasen's 1925 run to deliver diphtheria vaccine to Nome. The last Siberian Huskies were exported from Siberia in 1930, after which the Soviet government closed the country's borders to outside trade.

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Iowa Animal Rescue
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Greene County - Paton, IA 50217
Animal Protection & Education 515-460-SPAY

Jefferson County - Fairfield, IA 52556
Noah's Ark Animal Foundation 641-472-6080

Muscatine County - Muscatine, IA 52761
SNAP (Spay Neuter Assistance for Pets) 563-264-2370

Scott County - Davenport, IA 52806
Humane Society of Scott County 563-388-6655

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