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|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-24-00416Artemis (female)|
Artemis is a sweet loving dog but I have developed serious back issues and can no longer care for her the way she deserves. She needs a loving family to play with.
Pitt County Greenville, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-22-00176 (male)|
Great dog but just too much for us to handle. Very high energy and hes has not been taught how to submit yet. He is not house trained but will go in pads most of the time. Very sweet dog otherwise. Needs a fenced yard to run around in. Should not be crated all day.
Durham County Durham, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-04-06-00120Nadia (female)|
Our vet guesses this playful girl to be about 4 years old. She needs either a fenced yard or a new forever human who is committed to walking or jogging daily that she can tag along with. Introductions with other dogs have to be controlled but she'd fine with everyone if they're presented properly. She walks great on a leash, is housebroken and crate trained. And she's a perfect companion for car rides.
Angels Retreat Rescue
289 Eagle Fork Terr
Clay County Hayesville, NC 28904 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-25-00286Dylan (male)|
Dylan is 1 1/2 year old German Shepherd/Husky mix. He weighs 60 lbs and is high energy. He is currently with our trainer in Hubert, NC.He is almost done with training, just now working on his leash manners. He is great with dogs, cats and kids!He is UTD on shots, neutered. If you would be interested in adopting him we would need a vet reference (where we call a past or present vet to verify all animals have been UTD on shots and on flea/heartworm preventative). His adoption does require a 6 foot fenced in yard as well. His adoption fee is $200
Forsyth County Winston Salem, NC 27103 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-20-00478Rey (female)|
REY is a sweet-natured, energetic husky/catahoula mix. She is 1year old. Crate trained, meaning that she does not run free in the house. She is spayed and microchipped. Due to major changes in our home, we are unable to keep her. While not blind, she does have a slight vision problems that I am told is common in some huskies with her eye color, so it's best if she is primarily inside. She is petite for her breed. The picture posted is from a few days ago.
Iredell County Statesville, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-10-00347Pepper (female)|
Very high energy, needs room to run and very smart. Sweet and loving but needs someone who can spend time with her.
Rutherford County Spindale, NC MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-04-00369Zeus (male)|
**We can only have Zeus with us for maybe one more week, don't pass up this sweet boy** Zeus is such a sweet boy and our neighbors can no longer keep him because their older female pit keeps attacking him. They were going to take him to a shelter but we have him here for a few days in the hopes of finding a new home. He has always been around my baby and has been great as well as with my older two. He is very gentle but does have a lot of energy. He could run all day and then run some more. Zeus does have demodectic mange but it is NOT contagious and is treated with his normal flea medication.
Brunswick County Leland, NC MAP IT!
|Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.|
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-04-00051Duke (male)|
Duke was rescued by our family about four months ago. We have another husky and four cats. He does great with our children but not with our cats. He is afraid of men in Carhart jackets. Loves to play ball and run. Had spent his entire life until we received him stuck in a kennel.
Guilford County Greensboro, NC MAP IT!
|Urgent: This animal could be euthanized if not adopted soon.|
|Rescue Me ID: 18-03-02-00184Moose (male)|
This animal is available to licensed rescue groups only. Please do not enquire unless with a licensed rescue group. Hey there. I have a beautiful 1 1/2 year old Siberian Husky mix that I have been attempting to rescued 2 months ago, from a client who could not take care of him properly. His name is Moose, and his previous home neglected and and ignored his chronic anxiety, need for exercise, and did not housebreak him. I work at Town n Country Veterinary Hospital in Burlington and once adopting my beautiful man, I pursued anxiety medication, neutering, getting him up to date on all his vaccines and blood work, housebreaking and overall giving this baby a beautiful, loving home. Let me start by saying I love this dog more than anything and this breaks my heart wide open, but Moose needs to live on an open farm where he can run and be free for most of the day. When Moose is home and I am at work he will do everything he can to get out of the house. He had broken 3 windows to get out, and will run out of the door and through the neighborhood whenever he gets the chance. We tried crate training him, and he turned the crate into bent metal. I then purchased a new kennel and a shock collar, which he also turned to bent metal, and we did not use the shock collar. He is currently on Fluoxetine 40mg daily, and Trazadone when we leave for the day. I don't feel like this is a fair life for him, even though I run with him and take him to the dog park with my other fur baby Willow, I believe he needs to have more room to roam and get all his lovins in at night. I heard from a few clients of our that your rescue was wonderful, and that if you couldn't find a forever home for him, he would be able to stay at the farm with you. Now Moose is very good with children, he is food aggressive with other dogs, but we're working on it , and he has improved greatly since we rescued him. He is a big lover and has a heart of gold, and I do not want him to end up in a home that isnt prepared for the work, or well, energy that he requires, and I also don't want himt o bounce from home to home, he needs to find his forever family. (Less)
Guilford County Gibsonville, NC MAP IT!
|Animal ID: 0095Davey (male)|
MEET DAVEY Davey is an approximately 3 year old white German Shepherd/Husky mix that came to us from the Davidson County Animal Shelter in NC. This poor guy was skinny, underweight, covered in mange and had some of the longest toe nails we have EVER seen. It was obvious that he had not had an easy life yet that tail has never stopped wagging. Davey's mange has cleared up, his coat has grown back, he has gained weight and those toe nails are under control. And that tail has never stopped wagging. Yes I know I repeated it because it is true, that tail never stops which is where he gets his nick name 'Happy Dance'. We adore this happy-go-lucky dude. Unfortunately, during his previous life, Davey's people did not keep him on heartworm prevention and he is now Heartworm positive. However, it is such a mild infestation that we have made the decision to treat by using heart worm preventative ONLY. This is possible in cases where there are no microfilaria (baby heartworms) present. Davey knows how to sit on command, is crate trained and rides well in the car. He tested well with the cat at the vet's office and does well with other dog upon proper introduction. This sweet guy is rather submissive but will respond if another dogs gets too pushy or offensive. Davey LOVES toys and is very playful and ADORES his people, becoming bonded rather quickly. Based on some of his behaviors, we have seen that Davey does react negatively when grabbed at from the collar or from behind. He seems to be scared and can snap/bite. As a result he needs to go into a home with older or no children. Davey is UTD, microchipped and will be neutered once he is Heartworm negative. Adoption fee is $400. If you are interested in adopting Davey or any of the other JLGSR dogs, please take a minute to fill out the online application at www.jettslegacy.com/adoption-application.html NOTE: You must have an approved application on file prior to setting up a meet and greet. (Less)
Jett's Legacy German Shepherd Rescue, Inc
Davie County Mocksville, NC 27028 MAP IT!
|Animal ID: DM1711001Ruckus (male)|
Meet Ruckus!!! A similar story as so many others, Ruckus was found as a stray, possibly abandoned or even lost. Get the most for your money! One of our volunteers had his DNA done and he is a true mix with about 12% of at least 7 different breeds. He does however appears to be a German Shepherd & Husky Dog mix by some of his features, is approx. 1 1/2 years old, weighs approx. 40 pounds, is now up to date on all vaccinations, de-wormed, and neutered. Ruckus is very active and playful, walks well on a leash, gives kisses and just wants some love, care and attention. He would make anyone a great loyal and faithful companion. His adoption fee is $50. His ID is DM1711001. An application is available by clicking on the following link http://www.robesonhumanesociety.org/images/Adoption_Application_2015.doc You can email it back to us at email@example.com, or fax it to 910-738-8685. All animals at RCHS are up to date on vaccinations, tested for Felv/Fiv, heart worm and treated if positive, de-wormed and spayed or neutered if over the age of 6 months. If they are younger than 6 months, the adopter receives a voucher that is good at any vet and covers a portion of the procedure. For more info on how to adopt, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call the shelter at 910-738-8282. Robeson county Humane Society is a non-profit no-kill State recognized 501c3 that operates primarily from donations, fundraisers and volunteers, with minimal Government support. If you'd like to donate to our cause, please visit our website at http://www.robesonhumanesociety.org/donate.html Thank you (Less)
Robeson County Humane Society
3180w 5th Street
Robeson County Lumberton, NC 28358 MAP IT!
|Rescue Me ID: 16-05-05-00543Scarlet (female)|
Scarlet is a 2-3-year-old husky mix. She has been through the New Leash on life program. Scarlet is high energy and loves people and does well with other dogs her size. She has a high prey drive, if it runs she will chase, if she is off her leash. But she listens and corrects well. Scarlet rides well, and loves to go for walks. No small children, cats or small dogs. She is UTD on all vaccinations including rabies, and she is spayed. Vet references required. DM $150
Mercy Fund Animal Rescue, Inc.
McDowell County Marion, NC MAP IT!
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|PIease Read Before Adopting a Siberian Husky in North Carolina|
Siberian Husky Dogs can make good pets in North Carolina 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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