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In shelter Dog

Albany, NY, 12208
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Meet Zoey!

Sweet Zoe was found back in March, but her finders have not been able to locate the owners.  She is a small Husky, about 40 lbs and around a year old.  Zoe is an active, playful, sweet girl who loves hugs and attention.  She loves to play with her toys and play catch.  She likes to go for walks and her fosters are working on her staying to one side of the sidewalk.  One of her favorite things to do is rest her head on your shoulder when she is taking a ride in the car.  She is so sweet! She seems to do well around big and small dogs.  The fosters son took her up to the college campus and she was friendly with people and other dogs. She sleeps in her crate all night and will go to it throughout the day when asked.  She is potty trained, doggie door trained, fixed, and up to date on all of her shots.  The foster is working on her manners as sometimes she get to excited she will jump up on you, but it isn’t often.   She has not shown any food aggression at her fosters house. She loves to play in the water but does not like to get a bath. She is used to being an inside dog and will need to continue to be an inside dog. She is such a sweet girl and loves to play, so if you have an old grumpy dog, she may not be the best fit. 

Zoeys adoption fee is $500 which includes her spay, current vaccinations (rabies, 2 parvo/distemper boosters, bordatella), negative heartworm test, registered microchip,  negative fecal, health certificate, and transport costs.

She is available through Paw Pals of Hale Center, a partner rescue of Project Freedom Ride. She is currently with our rescue in Hale Center, TX. She would be transported on one of the PFR transports to either Meridian ID, SLC, UT, Seattle, WA, Mt Vernon, WA, Kennewick, WA, Portland, OR, Buffalo/Syracuse/Newburgh/Castleton on Hudson, NY, Chester, PA, Springfield, IL, Lansing MI, Cleveland, OH, Springfield/Richmond, VA, Halethorpe, MD, or Bedminster, NJ. For more information on how a Direct Adoption with Project Freedom Ride works or to meet this girl via video call, email

As a Project Freedom Ride direct adoption, the adoption interview/meet and greet would take place on video call (FB Messenger Call, Whats App, or Google Duo). The adoption application and fee would be finalized prior to transport.

Adoption application can be accessed at the link below.

Check out Project Freedom Ride and see what this amazing group is all about!


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