BASHR/R Placed Dog

Adoptions include one year membership to BASH 


Adopted!
Moon
Breed: Siberian Husky
Age: 1 years 9 months old
Sex: Female
Eyes: Brown
Coat: Grey and White
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Moon
Courtesy postin for the Santa Cruz Animal Shelter
additional comments from the shelter is that they have worked with her resource guardin and they will work with a new home as they are able to work with her at the shelter. Also BASH has told them she would do best with another like companion....AKA another young siberian type to play with....the two could wear each other out

Moon is an adolescent Husky with TONS of energy. She has no hesitation about countersurfing and picking up whatever she pleases. Huskies are bred to run long distances fast. Moon's adopter will need to provide her with heart pumping DAILY exercise, appropriate chew options, and puppyproofing at home including sufficient containment outside, as huskies are also excellent escape artists. Dogs who do not get sufficient exercise are likely to be destructive and frutrate their owners. Moon has been mouthy here as well, mouthing her leash and humans (teeth on skin), which is not done aggressively, but can hurt and be scary for especially kids. Moon's humans should be 14+ and sturdy. Anyone interested in adopting Moon should research huskies prior to adoption. Since we have seen some resource guarding from Moon, she is recommended as an only dog. [CS: I would need to assess her with a resident dog.] Moon wants to play with other dogs very badly and will annoy some dogs until she figures out more polite social skills. When she met a small dog at the shelter on leash, she was also very overwhelming. She should be managed carefully around small dogs and any potential prey animals like cats until her adopter is confident she will be gentle. Pre-adoption consult required

She is a spayed Female, 1 years 9 months old, Housetrained, Lead Trained, good with Large Dogs, has Rabies vaccinations, has DHLPP vaccinations, microchipped.




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