Siberian Husky, Mixed
White with Black
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Needs trainingThe all powerful Zeus -  MALE ♂ | 2 YEARS OLD | 55 LBS.   Zeus is a handsome 2 year old male Siberian Husky.    Needs Experienced Handler.   Confident, Energetic, & highly intelligent.   Ability and eagerness to learn quickly.   Housebroken and knows sit, lay down, and some other basic commands.  He needs a handler that wants to continue his training. His sharp mind needs to be productive Suffers food aggression.   We recommend he be an only pet in a household with no children.  This playful pup has a big heart and is looking for a confident pack leader to guide him. If you think you’re up for the challenge, submit an application to meet Zeus. We promise he is worth it in every way. Zeus is a typical husky who is stubborn but loving. He will need to be in a home that will provide him the exercise and training that he craves!   He needs someone to build trust with him, but once that happens, he will be your loyal companion!  Are you a husky lover? Do you love to hike, run or just be active? Maybe Zeus is your guy!?! He may be best in an adult home but seems to be okay with other dogs as well! #adoptdontshop #huskiesofinstagram #husky #huskylife #huskynation #fosteringsaveslives #adoptme      


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