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Red&Whites-4 dogs

Young Male Siberian Husky / Mixed

This pet is no longer available for adoption.

Come & Meet Us At the Barker Lounge On Saturday, January 13, 2007; from 12 to 4pm. Call (973) 812-2757 for directions! Husky House has received 4 Red & White Siberians on 12/11/06. They are approximately 3 years old. There are 3 males (Trouble, Conan & Chewy) and one female (Janey, we know she is age 4). They all have blue eyes. They are all gorgeous. They will not be good with cats or small dogs. The last picture when you scroll shows all 4 dogs, they are beautiful and deserve a new, loving home just as much if not more than the puppies! We are unsure if they are housetrained but with some work and patience, they will come along. They may need some leash training, they all get along well with each other. They all have their bordatella, distemper and rabies vaccines. Right now, we are calling the smaller male "Conan", one of the bigger males is called "Chewy." Conan, Chewy & Janey are good with other dogs. "Trouble" is another one of the medium sized males, he does not get along with other dogs, except the 3 huskies he was brought in with. "Janey" (the female) is very sweet and gets along well with other dogs thus far. Names can definitely be changed as they've had their new names for only one week as of right now. 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 yrs. old and 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 homevisits 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. Adoptions Application
  • Up to date with vaccinations
  • Not good with cats!