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|Rescue Me ID: 14-08-17-00100jacob (male)|
I have a beautiful Akita mix named Jacob. Due to a crazy work schedule, failing health of my father and a busy schedule with my kids I feel it is best we find him a new home. He is somewhat trained, but needs a firmer hand to maintain a and upkeep his training and at this time I do not have the ability to do so. He is very active and loves to run. He is not an apartment dog, he needs space to run and let go of his energy. He is great with kids and people as long as he is introduced to them. It pains me to have to let him.go. He does not like cats at all.
Passaic County paterson, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-25-00292Aura (female)|
Aura is a loving 7 month baby, she is playful and extremely loving. Great with all dogs, cats, and humans. I cannot keep her due to my living situation. Need a loving home that can accommodate for a large breed dog.
Union County Linden, NJ MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 14-07-22-00664McKenzie (female)|
This adorable little girl is McKenzie. Please grab some tissues as you begin to read her story! McKenzie at the old age of 3 months was taken by her owners and dropped at a vets office and they walked out the door with out her. The vet, not being a rescue or shelter, did the next best thing and took her to a shelter on Long Island. At three months old she failed the behavioral test and bit the fake hand. For the next couple of months the shelter reached out to local rescues asking for help as they did not want to euthanize a puppy. No rescue came forward. At almost 6 months one of our volunteers heard about McKenzie and contacted NESHR. She came into rescue the next week. McKenzie came with severe food guarding issues, water bowl guarding and guarding anything that she deemed hers. In addition, you could not touch her sides or hips with out her biting. Immediately, we noticed that she spent a lot of time running tight circles. We vetted her and also took her to an ophthalmologist as she was also running into things. The eye check up was good with the exception of an old injury with a hematoma in one eye. The circling and clumsiness continued. If allowed, she would spend hours running tight circles in the backyard. Still could not touch her sides or hips. Back to the vet's we went where she saw an holistic vet and a traditional practice vet. We x-rayed her entire body. 12 x-rays later no broken bones. Diagnoses: Brain damage - both vets suggested that it was probably caused by severe beating as a very, very young pup. Like before three month old pup! McKenzie continues to circle but we have worked hard to stimulate her with other activities. She loves playing with other dogs and they do distract from the circling. She now will settle in the house , though she will still circle a lot before settling. She is a sweet and affectionate girl and has recently learned about the joys of sleeping in bed and now yells at her foster parents and playfully swats them when she has decided it is bed time. McKenzie still resource guards some but it is easily dealt with by trading up for something more valuable. She has learned to share the water bowls. McKenzie is completely crate trained. She will willingly sleep thru her crate at night but would rather be in bed with you. Housebreaking has been very difficult with her due to the damage. She has finally learned that poop goes outside. We are still working on peeing outside at all times but she has made a lot of progress. Here is what McKenzie needs: A dedicated family that understands the damage has already been done but she is a loving dog that deserves to experience that from her own family for the rest of her life. A family that understands and uses only positive reinforcement training. No young children in the house. She can be an only dog but really does enjoy other dog's company. MUST have fenced yard. She needs space where she can circle and that can not be done on a tie out. McKenzie has no expensive medical needs. Just the normal needs of any other dog. NESHR does not shy away from medically, socially fragile Siberians...is there someone out there that feels the same and can make McKenzie part of their family? (Less)
northern exposure siberian husky rescue
Ocean County Lanoka Harbor, NJ MAP IT!
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|Rescue Me ID: 14-05-27-00452marshmallow (male)|
Recent adoption did not go through. This guy is up on the market again. Marshmallow is a purebred Husky. He is a senior and was neglected his entire youth. He was tied to a tree for 3 years. He will BOND to his new human immediately. He will do best with adults and no other pets. The couple that is fostering him have a baby and Marshmallow has become overly protective of the baby and will fight the other Husky that is there. We hope that he will be adopted to a quiet adult gentle household with him being the only pet. Please contact me at (856)655-9596 Call or text
Camden County Pine Hill, NJ MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 124929ROCKY (male)|
Rocky is a big 4 yr old Rottie mix. He is a beautiful dog with many great traits but he does have some guard dog in him when 'strangers' approach or walk from his area he does growl and bark. He has no issues with food or toys, he shares well and allowed us to handle him from head to tail. He is just all rottie at heart. He shares a kennel with his brother BLUE but would need to be test with other dogs to see how he does with them.
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Essex County Newark, NJ 07114 MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Siberian Husky in New Jersey|
Siberian Husky Dogs can make good pets in New Jersey 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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