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Adopt Nori

Female Adult Siberian Husky / Alaskan Malamute

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Bay Area Siberian Husky Rescue/Referral

About Nori

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio. Nori is a 5-year-old, female Malamute/Siberian Husky mix who came into rescue after her owner lost her home in last year's fires. She was surrendered with a torn ACL and identified as heartworm positive. Since that time, she's had her ACL surgery, is fully recovered and on heartworm prevention to get rid of the heartworms. Her next heartworm test is in December.   If you're looking for a girl who always looks happy and loves her humans, Nori is a good choice. However, although she lives with a 9-year-old Siberian Husky and a 12-year-old Chihuahua, it did take some work for her to accept them as part of her pack, so being an only child might be a wiser choice. That being said, Nori's leash skills have improved greatly and she rarely reacts to other dogs she sees while out on her walk.   Nori isn't a barker, jumper, climber, digger or eater of shoes or remote controls, doesn't sing with sirens, is house trained and knows how to use a doggie door. She does like to eat, so leaving a food bowl out doesn't work well for her, but she LOVES treats and learns quickly when she knows she'll get one. Nori doesn't much like the vacuum or Roomba, loud noises or fireworks, so shouldn't be left alone over the 4th or New Years eve.   Nori's on heartworm prevention, microchipped, current on her shots and is just looking for her own forever home.   For more information on how to adopt Nori or foster a dog like her, contact ofkiltr@att.net or call 530-701-6711. Go to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog.

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Name
Nori
Age
Adult
Gender
Female
Size
Large
Shots up to date
YES
Ok with kids
YES
Housetrained
YES
Hypoallergenic
Not Sure
Spayed / Neutered
YES
Ok with dogs
YES
Ok with cats
Not Sure
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LeeLoo

Siberian Husky

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org 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 Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.  Meet LeeLoo! Can I trust you? Will you be my best friend, confidant, and save me too? I am so scared but I want love and need your help. Rescue me. Stand by me. LeeLoo is a black and white, bi-eyed, young female Siberian Husky about 18 months old. She came into the rescue traumatized, terrified and starving. After some weeks in foster care, encouraging her to trust again, she is ready for adoption to the right rescue experienced person or family.  We request no applicants with very young children, cats, or pocket pets.  She has done well with elementary aged children and up and enjoys playing ball with them. LeeLoo is a delight to walk on leash and absolutely ADORES going for walks and trots. She is highly responsive to voice commands and could become an excellent Canicross or mushing partner. She also seeks praise and positive responses in running, working on recall, and daily household activities. She is very very affectionate once she knows you and trusts you; very timid until that point. She does not initially meet well due to how shy she is with new people. But she doesn't take too long to warm up. Her foster family has been working with her using positive reinforcement and treat motivation. She does well with other, laid back, dogs if she is slowly introduced and given several days to adjust to her new place and order in the group.  She does not do well in dog parks yet due to her need to learn trust, but she is a breeze on leash in human parks. She cannot be loose, off leash, unsupervised. She is completely house trained and happily crate trained and is perfectly at ease inside for hours or in a large kennel during the day. LeeLoo’s perfect furever home is rescue experienced and willing to give her blossom the sunshine it needs to grow. They will also have a firm commitment to continue to guide/train her while she learns her new environment.   Please open your hearts and home to this beautiful, amazing, special, loving girl. She will melt your heart, just give her the time and will have the key. Go to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog. show less

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Niko

Siberian Husky

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org 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 Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.Hi my name is Niko. I am a 1.5year old neutered male Siberian husky. I am currently in a foster home with both a male and female dog. I would love to be in a home with a playmate because I love meeting new friends and would enjoy dog parks. I like toys and chasing tennis balls and will throw them in the air and catch them. I like to sing and will tell you my opinions on things especially when I am excited.  In my foster home I’m learning many new things, Like manners at dinner time, leash walking, and a few tricks. My foster mom says I am a very smart boy and I’m learning recall to a whistle.  I’m not sure how I feel about cats but they definitely are nice to smell through a screen. Little dogs look interesting but I am rough Player and might accidentally knock them when I zoom, I don't mean to and I'm still learning. If you’re looking for a hiking or running buddy I'm the dog for you! Did I mention I love to cuddle? I will bear hug right into you and sit in your lap if you let me. I love pets and will give you gentle kisses. As with all huskies I will require secure fencing and plenty of entichment to curb any wanderlust.  I love everyone I meet so my Foster mom says I'm a terrible guard dog, but I will bark and let you know if someone’s at the door.  I can't wait to meet my furever home!!Go to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog. show less

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Nori

Siberian Husky

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org 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 Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio. Nori is a 5-year-old, female Malamute/Siberian Husky mix who came into rescue after her owner lost her home in last year's fires. She was surrendered with a torn ACL and identified as heartworm positive. Since that time, she's had her ACL surgery, is fully recovered and on heartworm prevention to get rid of the heartworms. Her next heartworm test is in December.   If you're looking for a girl who always looks happy and loves her humans, Nori is a good choice. However, although she lives with a 9-year-old Siberian Husky and a 12-year-old Chihuahua, it did take some work for her to accept them as part of her pack, so being an only child might be a wiser choice. That being said, Nori's leash skills have improved greatly and she rarely reacts to other dogs she sees while out on her walk.   Nori isn't a barker, jumper, climber, digger or eater of shoes or remote controls, doesn't sing with sirens, is house trained and knows how to use a doggie door. She does like to eat, so leaving a food bowl out doesn't work well for her, but she LOVES treats and learns quickly when she knows she'll get one. Nori doesn't much like the vacuum or Roomba, loud noises or fireworks, so shouldn't be left alone over the 4th or New Years eve.   Nori's on heartworm prevention, microchipped, current on her shots and is just looking for her own forever home.   For more information on how to adopt Nori or foster a dog like her, contact ofkiltr@att.net or call 530-701-6711. Go to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog. show less

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Pigeon

Siberian Husky

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org 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 Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.Pigeon is a 4-5 year old 55lb neutered dog that came to us as a medical recovery case after being thrown out of a moving car on the 101. He had a rough start; distrusting humans, collar reactivity, excessive mouthiness, anxiety, mobility issues, and extreme distress during car rides. His first few months with his foster family was focused on healing his physical injuries. Once he was medically cleared, Pigeon began working diligently on learning to trust humans, crate training, leash manners, and basic obedience behaviors (sit, down, wait for food, leave it, come, and place). He can now rides comfortable in the car and will just lie down in the back seat or crated. He does really well for grooming; baths, teeth brushing, ear cleaning, and blow drying. Pigeon needs a family that understands that he had a traumatic past and to mindful of that but continue to help him be the best dog he can be.  Due to his mobility issues, Pigeon will never be a marathon running partner, but he does well with low impact hikes and regular neighborhood walks. He loves to play and wrestle with his foster sibling and gets along with most dogs if introduced properly. He is very tolerant of handling by people he trusts and incredibly affectionate. He loves to snuggle and give kisses. He has taken private obedience and group classes and his instructors rave about him. His instructor is incredibly generous and will donate 2 sessions with his new family so she can show you what an awesome dog Pigeon is. That's how good and sweet Pigeon is!! Pigeon is food motivated and loves to train and learn cute tricks. He knows paw, wave, and kiss. Our ask for a new family is one that is dog savvy (specifically husky savvy), and is willing to continue training. Pigeon takes time to warm up but he’s worth the task. He is a lovely low energy dog, with a really goofy side, and he settles in nicely once he knows your routine! He will love you and will provide you with comedy relief!    Name: Pigeon (Pige or Pigey) Sex: Male, neutered Age: 4-5 UTD on vaccines UTD on flea/tick medication Good with dogs with proper intro Good with dog savvy children 12+ No small animals or cats Go to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog. show less

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Sprockett

Siberian Husky

All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website Bayareasiberian.org 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 Bayareasiberian.org to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.My name is Sprocket!   I turn! I bounce! I play and make your days full of fun! I am a 5 month young, black and white, male Siberian Husky puppy with bright blue eyes.  I play well with other dogs and know some basic commands.  I am house broken and working on my overnight crate training.  I am in full puppy mode so no toy is safe!  I LOVE to play fetch with balls and squeaky toys, but I'll steal your socks too.  I am a typical young male Siberian with a lot of energy to spare and a lot of spark to light up your house.  I love to be naughty so I will need formal puppy obedience training and a firm, experienced, owner ready for an adolescent who will likely be close to 60# in adulthood.  I am still a baby though so if you hold me in your lap and give me cuddles and rubs I will wiggle with glee. My perfect home will be an experienced home, preferably with another Siberian to teach me doggie manners, with a yard and plenty of time to walk with me and help me direct my youthful energy.  At my foster home I play all day with the resident three Siberians and my human siblings.  I am a GORGEOUS dog and will be a true show stopper as I grow, as is my personality.  I look forward to meeting my experienced, dog savvy, furever home! Love, SprocketGo to BAYAREASIBERIAN.org for contact information on the foster dog. show less