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Husky Camp is a member of the Siberian Husky Rescue Referral of California (SHRRCA)
 a California 501(c)3 Non-Profit Organization

Before adopting a dog, please consider that they will require a place to be for the next fifteen years. If you adopt a dog that place should be with you. Ask yourself these questions- "Am I willing to take a job that allows me to have time for my dog?" "Am I willing to socialize my dog to babies before I have one?" "Should I need to move- Am I willing to begin looking for a place that will accept my furry family member well in advance of my moving day?" "Am I willing to teach my dog the things he needs to know to make him able to stay in my home?"

IF YOU ARE INTERESTED IN ONE OR MORE OF OUR WONDERFUL ADOPTABLE PETS, PLEASE BE
SURE TO FILL OUT AN APPLICATION SO WE CAN BE SURE TO BRING THOSE DOGS YOU ARE INTERESTED
IN TO OUR NEXT ADOPTION EVENT. NOT ALL DOGS ARE BROUGHT TO EACH ADOPTION EVENT.

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Available for Adoption

Please visit SHRRCA for more listings from additional groups and private parties.


Are you looking for Siberian to adopt? In addition to our available dogs here We recommend that you please also check with Alleys Rescued Angels for additional Siberians available in Southern California.

 
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Shadowfax


Color:
 Gray and White
Blue eyes

Sex: Neutered Male

Age: 6 Years

Housetrained: Yes

Kids: Yes

Small Animals & Cats: No

Other dogs: Prefer to be only dog
or with strong female

 

 

 

Comments:

 

 

Mr. Shadowfax is searching for a new  home. His previous home had to give him up due to financial struggles. Shadowfax is six years old and full of vim, vigor and vitality. He has obediencee training and although a little strong on a leash,  does listen when you ask him to. He is a Malberian so he's bigger than a regular husky and is not good with little dogs. He's been raised as an only dog and would do good in that same situation, but if you happen to have a female Malamute that knows how to keep boys in their place Shadowfax would be a good partner for her. He is housebroken and good with all people big or small. He is a little over exuberant so may knock down a little kid though.

 



 

Adoption application

I've been available since 3-2-2017



 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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