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Pet name:
Siberian Husky
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Animal Profile: Kaika is a 15 month old neutered male purebred Siberian Husky whose owner suffered a serious ankle injury and is no longer able to care for him; he is being fostered while we find him an appropriate forever home. Kaika is happy, friendly, and loves to play. He would love another large dog(s) in his forever home. True to his breed, he is an escape artist so he will need a husky knowledgeable family with a secure fenced yard, OR an active family able to provide daily mental and physical stimulation, rain or shine. Kaika has not met a person or dog he doesn't like. He has lived with cats and not shown aggression but he does like to chase so we would prefer a home with out cats. Outside he will hunt birds and rodents. Kaika is crate trained and has basic obedience training. He will thrive with a husky savvy couple or family that can provide him appropriate exercise and playtime. Kaika is healthy, neutered and up to date on vaccinations. 

Adopter Profile:

Husky/northern breed experience preferred
Secure fenced yard (6' reinforced fence) or active family committed to daily exercise required
Resident dog in the home required
Cats considered (not preferred)
Older kids okay

Adoption Info: Kaika's adoption fee is $500 which may be tax deductible as Dog Gone Seattle is a 501c3 organization. Kaika is neutered, up to date on core vaccinations and microchipped. 

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