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In shelter Dog

Merriam, KS, 66202
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Hey there friend! Im Gina!

Im a stunning 3-year-old Alaskan Husky mix looking for my perfect forever family! I am a friendly, exuberant little lady ready to jump into an active family. I do have a lot of energy and will benefit from ongoing training! While I am 3, I still have that puppy energy. I would LOVE to have a canine playmate in my forever home who can keep up with me! If you have an energetic pup, I bet well be best friends quickly.

I am a pretty energetic player and like to make fast friends. I know some doggies dont like that but I cant change who I am. I love playing with toys too! Im working on focusing on toys completely and not getting mouthy with my humans. Progress is definitely on the rise with that!

I love to learn new things and will thrive if you work with me every day. Channeling my energy with play, walks and training will be ideal! My favorite games to play include tug and puzzle toys. A little consistency and routine is all I need, and I promise well have a lot of fun! I would love to meet you soon! Im also eligible for a Foster-to-Adopt! That means you can Foster me to make sure Im a good fit for your home before finalizing my adoption.


Gina may join a home with children 16 and older.
Gina will need to meet everyone in the home prior to being adopted.
Gina will need to meet all other dogs in the home prior to being adopted. ...


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