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In shelter Dog

Winter Springs, FL, 32719
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
White / Cream
Please read our bio, we are bonded, mom and daughter, and we would love a home together!

Yuki, I am the white one, and I am Kahlua’s 7 year old daughter.  I sometimes needs a lift if climbing into a bigger car. Kahlua, I am the black and white and am12 years old and get around well. 

We are the worlds most adorable mother/daughter snow dog pair. We are bonded buddies and make a great team. We play together, we sleep together, we eat together, and generally just love each other’s company. We both walk well on the leash together. Yuki gets very excited when she sees other dogs and always barks to ask them to play, while Kahlua gets distracted by big trucks and tries to bark at those. We both love affection and snuggles, and will stop everything for some pets.

We are both vocal and will remind you when it’s dinner or walk time.   We enjoy spending time with other large dogs, but I haven’t observed them around small dogs or cats yet. We do not like squirrels. 

We are housebroken and do not jump up on approaching humans.  We like to sleep a lot during the day and are really easy to take care of!.

Would you give us a home and never separate us ever?


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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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