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In shelter Dog

Creston, IA, 50801
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Meet Denali, shes a very sweet senior husky mix that came into the rescue with her furbrother Whiskey. Shes so gentle and quiet, not to mention extremely affectionate...shes a leaner! lol  Shell come and sit by you and just lean her head and body on you, its adorable...she loves her people very much. :)  

Wed like to adopt Denali and her furbrother Whiskey out together since theyve spent most of their lives together. He and Denali are definitely bonded. They play with each other in spurts which is cute to watch, then nap together most of the day! lol  They both really enjoy being walked too, they get so excited, Whiskey will pull and Denali gets prancy, so I know they love being walked, but you can tell theyve never really been walked before because they go different directions! lol So theyll need a little work on leash but Im sure wouldnt take long for them to catch on.  Whiskey and Denali may both be getting up there in years, but still has so much love to give!   

Denali is fixed, chipped, heart worm tested and current on her shots; we also did a blood panel due to her age and it came back good, so shes healthy and ready to find a place to call home! :)

If you feel Whiskey and Denali would be a good match fit for your family, please visit our website,, to fill out our adoption application, thatll get the ball rolling! If you have any questions dont hesitate to contact us, we look forward to hearing from you!

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