Jack and Jill   

In shelter Dog

Millersville, Maryland, 21054
Siberian Husky
Black with White
Lost or found date:
Pet name:
Jack and Jill
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www.huskyrescueteam.org    If you have additional questions please email info@huskyrescueteam.orgIntroducing Jack & Jill~ Their last owner wasn't the kindest, but that hasn't stopped them from being sweet!  They are both two year old Siberian Huskies. Jill is incredibly sweet and easy going, but doesn't like to be left alone for long periods of time. She loves to play. Jack is a vocal lover! He is pretty mellow and enjoys a calm household. Kids and commotion are too much for him. Jack loves to sing and has the deepest voice! Video here: https://youtu.be/YIetjBnl5do They would like a forever home with a fenced yard and to be adopted together. They like to run and play and wade in the pond - so they'd love a kiddie pool. See video:  https://youtu.be/YgFz6Zu_xWs They love other dogs too or would be fine being the only two in the home. We'd like to see them go to a home with breed experience. Both are spayed/neutered, healthy and current on their vaccines. Their adoption area is NJ to NC.  www.huskyrescueteam.org~~Husky Education And Rescue Team is a foster based rescue. Our dogs are in our foster homes all up and down the east coast. We do not have a facility in which you can visit. We find this a huge benefit because we learn our dogs and are able to educate our adopters on what it’s like to have them live in your home. Part of our process, once pre-approved, is to speak with the foster for the dog you’re interested in. If you’re still interested in adopting from our rescue the first step is to complete our adoption application online at www.huskyrescueteam.org/apply     If you have additional questions please email  info@huskyrescueteam.org


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