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Rescue Me ID: 17-05-06-00329Juno (female)

Siberian Husky    Age: Adult

Compatibility: Good w/ Most Dogs, Good w/ Most Cats, Good w/ Kids and Adults 
Personality: Average Energy, Submissive 
Health: Spayed, Needs Vaccinations, Fearful/Anxious 

    Juno is about 7 years old, DNA tests say purebred Siberian Husky. She is all white with one blue eye and one half blue/half brown eye and weighs just under 50 lb. Juno is VERY friendly and social with dogs of ALL breeds and sizes and has amazing canine communication skills. This girl is always a hit at the dog park. She has lived with cats and small dogs and does great with them (can share photos of her cuddling multiple tiny beings on request). Like a true husky, she does have a high prey drive and will go for birds or small furry pets. Juno is a very lazy husky and will find a nice comfy spot on a dog bed or the couch and could happily ... (Read More)nap all day. At the same time, she is always eager to go for a walk or run or maybe even a trip to the dog park! Like a husky, she is not reliable off-leash and is best kept in a fenced area when running free. Juno knows some basic training skills such as sit, down, high five, hand touch. She enjoys learning simple tricks through clicker training. She does pull a bit on the leash and is currently walked on a front hook harness or a head halter which will come with her to her new home. She is not a big enough puller to do pulling/mushing sports with though and will not take your arm off. When it comes to people, Juno can be a bit standoffish. She likes to check strangers out first before letting them pet her. If you push the relationship too fast she will simply step out of range and look at you. Treats always speed this process along, she's a greedy girl. :) She has never growled or been threatening in any way, if she doesn't want interaction, she simply moves away and watches you from her distance. Once you are her friend though, YOU ARE HER FRIEND and she will not forget you even if months pass. That being said, Juno prefers calmer, softer people and does not warm up well to gruff, harsh people. She also does great with kids and currently lives peacefully with a 3-month-old. For health reasons, Juno does best on a raw diet and more information about it can be shared with potential adopters. Juno also experiences mild separation stress. She will hang out happily alone in a wire kennel while people are home and as long as another dog is kenneled right next to her she is fine when you leave too. For this reason as well as her love for other dogs, we only want to see Juno go to a home with another dog. Juno will be a perfect companion for the right family and it will be a bitter sweet day that we see her go but this sweet little lady deserves to find her perfect match. Please feel free to email or text with any questions. We are willing to drive out of state (within reason) to meet the right family if needed. (Less)

 Adoption Fee: $50 Animal Location:

Pennington County Rapid City, SD MAP IT!

Contact:
Patrisha Kroshus 5073631863

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PIease Read Before Adopting a Siberian Husky in South Dakota
    Siberian Husky Dogs can make good pets in South Dakota 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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    Huskies were bred from dogs indigenous to the Siberian Arctic. Huskies were imported to Alaska during the Nome Gold Rush. Huskies are named after tribes of Inuits called Huskies. Teams of Huskies were used during Gunnar Kaasen's 1925 run to deliver diphtheria vaccine to Nome.

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Brookings County - Brookings, South Dakota 57006
Brookings Regional Humane Society (Spay/Neuter Program for low income households.) 605-697-7387

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