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In shelter Dog

Campbell, CA, 95008
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
All of our foster dogs are kept in individual homes. Go to our website to get the foster home contact if you do not see it in the bio.

Nori is a 5-year-old, female Malamute/Siberian Husky mix who came into rescue after her owner lost her home in last years fires. She was surrendered with a torn ACL and identified as heartworm positive. Since that time, shes had her ACL surgery, is fully recovered and on heartworm prevention to get rid of the heartworms. Her next heartworm test is in December.

If youre looking for a girl who always looks happy and loves her humans, Nori is a good choice. However, although she lives with a 9-year-old Siberian Husky and a 12-year-old Chihuahua, it did take some work for her to accept them as part of her pack, so being an only child might be a wiser choice. That being said, Noris leash skills have improved greatly and she rarely reacts to other dogs she sees while out on her walk.

Nori isnt a barker, jumper, climber, digger or eater of shoes or remote controls, doesnt sing with sirens, is house trained and knows how to use a doggie door. She does like to eat, so leaving a food bowl out doesnt work well for her, but she LOVES treats and learns quickly when she knows shell get one. Nori doesnt much like the vacuum or Roomba, loud noises or fireworks, so shouldnt be left alone over the 4th or New Years eve.

Noris on heartworm prevention, microchipped, current on her shots and is just looking for her own forever home.

For more information on how to adopt Nori or foster a dog like her, contact or call 530-701-6711.

Go to for contact information on the foster dog. 10/4/22 11:15 AM


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