Baby Male Labrador Retriever / Mixed
This pet is no longer available for adoption.
2-25-08: What a cutie this little guy is... he loves to play & then take a nap on your head. A real snuggler boy. Contact us today to adopt our little man!
UPDATE 2/6/08: Onyx is currently at his foster home recovering nicely. We would never believe that he is the same sick little pup--he has come a long way!! He is a playful, energetic and vocal little one! He loves romping around with his foster brothers and sister and is fearless in his endeavors. When he isn't playing and having fun, he loves to snuggle up and nap. His doctors said that even though he had a nasty bout with parvo, his future is bright. The parvo will not have a lasting effect on his health. He has shown what a tough and strong willed soul he is and will make an excellent addition to any home. He truly is a miracle pup!
UPDATE: Onyx was rushed to the hospital on January 28, 2008. He was diagnosed with Parvo and is fighting for his tiny life. Please support this little angel's medical costs with a donation to Husky House.
Onyx came to Husky House on a transport from North Carolina on January 22, 2008 at 8 weeks old. He is is a black lab mix. Onyx still has his puppy fat--he is short and chubby and just too cute! He is a vocal little pup that loves attention.
PLEASE MAKE A DONATION towards Onyx's medical care & help us to give him the chance he so richly deserves!
Please note, that at this time, Husky House does not adopt out of the
immediate NY/NJ area.
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.
- Up to date with vaccinations