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Lady Ginsburg   

In shelter Dog

Campbell, Modoc County, California, U...
Pet name:
Lady Ginsburg
Siberian Husky
Black with White
Coat length:
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Gins is a beautiful purebred Siberian Husky with blue eyes.  She was born Sept 22 and is 9months old.  She is the perfect dog for a very active and busy family.  She would do well in a house with kids 12 and over and another dog as she is loves to go go go!.  She is a fantastic hiking companion and outdoor enthusiast.  She loves lot of attention as she is still very young.  She knows all the basic commands like sit, down, stay as long as you have a treat.   She has excellent recall! which is such a bonus!! She has all of her shots, is chipped and spayed.  She is crate trained but doesn't need to sleep in her crate as her favorite place to sleep is under the bed.  Very food motivated and therefore more easily trained but needs patience and consistency.  She loves to talk to you and like to "remind" you exactly what time it is if you are even a minute late for dinner.  she is just One of the most intelligent dogs that I have ever had the pleasure of fostering!  I've also included a video of her playing with dogs of all sizes! 


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  1. American Humane Association
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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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