Listed December 09, 2016
Age: 5 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: 26-60 lbs.
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DescriptionSiberian Husky "medium coat"
All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes. Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.
Breed: Siberian Husky
Age: 2 years
Coat: Black and Cream
Size: 62 Lbs.
BASH Tag#: 2165
Foster: Candice Tuttle
My name is Charlie and I like it. I’m a little shy at first meeting, but I warm up to you with just a little bit, so patience and maybe a few treats does the trick.
I am full of energy, playful, fun and ready to go. I like care rides, walks and play. I start off my walk on leash pulling just a little, but then settle down when I go on walks with my foster sister and mom. I just want a forever home that understands t I am still a little hesitant about some things, and I really don’t want to be alone, but I learn quickly and want to please.
Charlie is food, love and attention driven. He shares toys well, and is lively and playful. He can get a little excited and start to jump, but he knows better and with a look or light command immediately stays down. He now sits and waits for his food bowl to be place on the ground before attacking it with gusto. He is still working on his basic commands like SIT (although he is pretty good at this one), DOWN, STAY/WAIT so some basic obedience schooling would be fun to do as he wants to please.
Charlie likes to be part of the household and is curious but polite in the house. He enjoys watching me cook, watches patiently and does not counter surg. He will go into his crate easily, but does not want to be left alone. He thrives on attention, will follow you anywhere. He does well with my Husky, Stella, but do not yet know about small dogs. No small animals such as chickens, rabbits or cats please though, pretty please – though he has not chased squirrels that come into his path while walking.
Charlie is a Neutered Male, 2 year old, Housetrained, Crate Trained , OK with Large Dogs but not sure at this point about Small dogs, has Rabies, vaccination, and is current with Advantage for flea etc. control, and he is Microchipped
Go to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog.
Adoption Fee Details
Adoption fees vary ($100 to $500 depending on adoptablity). This helps cover the cost of spay/neutering, shots, pound fees, and vet costs.