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Adopt Jace

Male Young Siberian Husky

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Bay Area Siberian Husky Rescue/Referral

About Jace

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.Calling all people Calling all people My name is Jace the huggable sweethearts of a Siberian Husky. My age is only 2 , I my weight is at 45 lbs, My coat color is awesome Black and white with my happy baby blue eyes. I will make your life fun and exciting by talking to you in the morning put my wet nose in your face giving kisses reading the newspapers to you with my cup of Joe meaning water after that taking me for a walk around the block or if your up to it go on my favorite trail of all times at Coyotes Creek trail. After my morning exercise, I would be that good little pup to sit by you on my favorite bed. Also I  like the normal stuff --- playing with the Tennis ball,  Ropes, and much more, I do like others dogs to play with nothing smaller than 30 lbs. And I'm wonderful with Children, of course I  love hiking, putting my  paws in the water, Jogging and my favorite Exercise is going on different Trails so I can see new things, meet new people and dogs I'm just a all-round pup dog that just want to start new with my new familyGo to for contact information on the foster dog.

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Siberian Husky

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website to get the foster home contact if you do not... show more

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.Courtesy Posting for Welcome Home Rescue Scooby is a 2 year young male German Shepherd and Husky mix who was pulled from a shelter in Stanislaus County. Scooby has had some unfortunate encounters with people. No one taught him manners. We sent him to board & train at Yes Dog for 8 weeks so he can learn better coping skills and manners. Now Scooby has completed his 8 weeks board & train @ Yes Dog. He is available for adoption. This kid is always up for a party. He is super enthusiastic about play and food. He'll make a great hiking companion, and he loves toys, tug, and figuring out how to get people to shell out treats. He is a rockstar on leash walking! While Scooby wants to stay near you, he has a bit of an independent streak and prefers to have his own space, too. He shows his affection in his own ways and will warm up to you once he gets to know you. He's full of joie de vivre, and we are confident he'll do well in his very own home. He needs someone who is willing to learn about dog behavior and commit to continue training him. Ideally he is best suited in an only dog house or with another dog that has good social skills. No young children as Scooby is still learning. This is from Scooby’s trainer: Scooby is a sweet, very personable, confident, and independent dog. He is playful. He loves tug with people and tugs like a working Malinois. He loves to be chased. He loves to run for the sheer joy of running. He loves playing with toys. He loves running in snow, digging in snow, eating snow, catching snowballs, and all things snow. Lol He's a super curious guy and loves to explore everything. He doesn't like to be hugged, restrained, or otherwise manhandled by people that he doesn’t know. He is not an extrovert, but he will be your loyal BFF! Here is a video of Scooby who will do anything for a cookie or a game of fetch. Here is a video of Scooby learning how to play the nose targeting game. Please fillout an adoption application on our website if you think Scoobydoo is the dog for you. Thank you for choosing to adopt!Go to for contact information on the foster dog. show less