Listed March 02, 2017
Age: 2 yrs.
Weight: Not Specified
Adult Size: Less than 10 lbs.
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DescriptionSiberian Husky "short coat"
Please note we do NOT adopt to homes with small animals including small dogs. No Exceptions.
Also Norsled does not adopt outside the Northern California/ Central California area.
Do you need a true ray of Sunshine in your life? If yes, meet Sunshine, a beautiful little husky girl with the markings of a heart on her forehead. She will bring joy and brightness to the life of the person or family who is willing to take the time to earn her trust. Sunshine (or Sunny) came into rescue, nearly feral, at about a year old and around 34 pounds. With little experience with people or dogs, she was therefore very, very shy. Initially, she would not come up to her foster moms. Over the last few weeks, she has learned to play with the other dogs and initiates play, running all thru the house and chasing the other dogs. Her foster moms have insisted that she come up and eat out of their hands to get food. Which Sunny is now happy to do, especially if that hand is holding chicken!. She is still shy of being petted, but gradually, is gaining the confidence to come up to people she trusts. Patience is needed working with her to build up her confidence.
Sunny sleeps well in the crate, and is housebroken. She likes to play with toys she can chew. She will need leash training when she gets more comfortable with people. Due to her extreme shyness, recommend she not be in a home with children. another dog would be a wonderful idea for her - she has a lot of puppy energy!!.
If you are interested in any of the dogs, the first step is to fill out an adoption questionnaire found on our website and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Adoption Fee Details
Our adoption fees range from $250 to $600, depending on the dog’s adoptability. Small puppies usually have a fee of $600, while older dogs have lower fees. Adoption fees go towards vaccinations, heartworm, spay/neutering, micro-chipping, and medical care if needed. Fees help with kenneling, food, collars, leashes, sometimes even toys, and possibly the use of a dog trainer to help with behavior problems. These fees all go towards helping the dogs. We are an all-volunteer organization, with no paid staff. You don’t get this kind of full service and care when “buying” a new dog. Your new dog will come to you altered, micro-chipped, and vaccinated. Now all you need to do is get ready to meet your new best “fur”ever friend.