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In shelter Dog

Harvard, IL, 60033
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
Gray / Blue / Silver
7 year(s) old
85 lbs.
Blue eyes
Black-White fur coat
Possibly good with dogs, not with cats
Not good with kids
High energy level

Hello my friends, my name is Duncan. I am a little older yes, but a gentleman for those that I love. I am a stocky big hunk of a boy! I was rescued from a shelter that was crowded, scary, and very noisy when I was only 1 year old. It was not my cup of tea, but thankfully some nice people came and got me and YIPEE I was out.

I have been here at the rescue for a long time. Therefore my social abilities are not the best and I take time to warm up to new people. I need more help to learn to trust and still carry the baggage of my past. I haven’t been perfect and have been unkind with my reactive bite history. I find myself being overly protective of my people and food. I have grown with the help of this rescue and can finally look forward with happiness to find a new home.

I would do best with an adult single person who is knowledgeable about how to help me continue to grow in myself and with them. All I ask for is love, trust, time and patience.  I get along with other dogs and maybe even cats.  At my age, why would I want to chase those little creatures.  I still have it in me, since I run and husky play but I am a touch overweight and get tired running to much. I am hoping to find a person that will see the beauty in a fella like me and make me part of theirs. Would you open your home to me and be my forever family?

This dog requires an adopter to come out to the rescue three times in order to build up trust and form a bond with this dog before going home. Please talk to your adoption coordinator regarding the behaviors we have been working with this particular dog and the training techniques we have seen improvement with. We will also need the name and number of the trainer you plan on using before they will go home.

Special Training:
Free Spirit Siberian Rescue cannot make any guarantee regarding the outcome of any dog being adopted out to household with cats or small animals. The owner assumes full responsibility for the dog’s behavior and, per the requirement of the adoption contract, will enroll the dog(s) in obedience classes to aid in the process. 

If interested in this adorable canine please begin the adoption process by filling out an adoption application. Visit us on our website at for adoption applications. 

IMPORTANT: You will receive a confirmation email from one of our coordinators once we have received your application. Do NOT attempt to submit multiple times. If you havent received an email from us within 72 hours, please send an email to us at: 

Check out our website for more photos of available dogs at Free Spirit Siberian Rescue a 501c3 All Breed Shelter . We are a no-kill, 501(c)(3), non-profit animal rescue. All donations made to Free Spirit Siberian Rescue are tax deductible. So you cant adopt or volunteer, but really want to help? MONETARY DONATIONS ARE GRATEFULLY ACCEPTED AND ALWAYS NEEDED to pay for vaccinations and spay/neuter surgeries for healthy rescued dogs, and for medical care for those with special veterinary needs. You can make a difference RIGHT NOW, by donating via PayPal! Just visit us on our website at and your donation will go to work, right away helping homeless Siberians and Husky mixes! The dogs thank you, and we do, too!


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