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In shelter Dog

San Francisco, CA, 94122
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
Gray / Blue / Silver
Coat length:
Hi, my name is Camden but you can call me Cammy! A 3 year old female Siberian Husky, I was left at the shelter due to my skin condition, which is easy to treat with medications and baths. It was so sad and scary until my foster mom took me home. Thanks to the WHS and my foster mom, my hair is slowly growing back. I love walks and hikes where I can sniff everything in my path. Oh, and food! I love food and eating things I find on my path. Im pretty chill at home, but Im always up for anything! Feeling the breeze through the window is one of my favorite things about car rides. I love running around tennis courts and chasing tennis balls. When I go on walks  I sometimes get distracted by seeing people and will ask to say hi to them. Im super friendly with people and great with kids. I don’t like to disturb the peace at home, though. I rarely bark at home, but I will give off the cutest whistle when I am seeking attention. 

I can also live with chill cats.

I am looking for my forever home with someone who is looking to enjoy the company of a sweet and easy-going dog like me.

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