Large image of Snow-R.I.P.


Adult Male Husky / Mixed

This pet is no longer available for adoption.

THANK YOU PAT & MARI for giving Snow a good life. Snow arrived at the house today & brought us all to tears. Snow was emaciated, heartworm positive & having seizures. He was rushed to our neurologist where he spent over a week. An MRI & spinal tap revealed adult heartworm in the brain & lesions from possible strokes. All of which will heal over time but he most likely will always have seizures & need to remain on Phenobarbital. This special needs boy will win your heart in an instant. Contact us today to meet Snow. UPDATE 4-8-08 Snow has been with us about a month now & has made amazing progress. He is 52 pounds now & his coat is growing in nicely. He looks great! Snow is currently in a foster home with 3 female Sibes & having a good time playing chase in the yard. His true Sibe personality has come out & he is a great dog. We are all simply amazed with him! UPDATE 10-6-08 Snow is 68 lbs. now and is doing very well.  After several months of settling in his foster home with 3 female Sibes he has grown into a fantastic dog.  Still shy and submissive but will play, run around and talk to you when filling the water bowl or when it is dinner time.  He is still on Phenobarbital (97 mg) and will most likely be it for the rest of his life.  Snow was diagnosed with Pancreatitis in August and it seems to be a 1 time deal.  He is currently on Prescription Diet ID (dry food) and is doing very well with it.  We will post more information up shortly and post up new pictures. For more information about Snow and his fundraiser visit "What the Husky House does..." Please note, that at this time, Husky House does not adopt out of the immediate NY/NJ area. Snow will need to be adopted out with other dog,. He loves to be part of a pack. The minimum age for adopters is 23 years old. You must reside within a one hour drive from either NYC or from Bridgewater NJ. We DO NOT do long distance adoptions because we do home visits prior to the pup going to its new home. We do not adopt out Siberian puppies (under 1 year of age) unless you have prior Siberian experience or have researched the breed thoroughly. We DO NOT place in homes that rely on the invisible/electric fence as the sole means of containment. If your yard is fenced in - your fence must be at least 5 feet tall. Online Adoption Application Website:
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