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Pet name:
Siberian Husky
Gray, Silver, Salt & Pepper with White
Coat length:
All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes.  Go to our website to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.

Micka is an active 2-year old Husky, who can’t wait to meet his new BFF! His favorite thing to do is going out on walks, jogging, chasing squirrels, and exploring the world. He loves getting pets and scratches from anyone willing to give it to him, and immediately considers everyone he meets a friend. He is a smart, curious guy and a quick learner, especially if there are treats involved! We haven’t brought him anywhere where he can full-on swim, but we do know that absolutely loves playing around in the shallow doggie pool, as well as getting into the bathtub and drinking water straight from the faucet. He loves to run and play with other dogs, but he can be a bit “much” for cats, smaller dogs or senior dogs who may not match his energy. He can also be mouthy when he gets too excited, so he must be well-supervised around small children. Micka is house trained, crate trained, and walks *pretty* well on leash - as long as he doesn’t get distracted by a squirrel! 

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