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In shelter Dog

Oakville, CT, 06779
Pet name:
Siberian Husky

If you have additional questions please email info@huskyrescueteam.orgIntroducing Quincy! Quincy is a 4-5 year old male Sibe who was just transferred into our program. We dont know much about his past but its evident he hasnt had the best start to life. When he first came into rescue he had on a way-too-tight prong collar that has damaged the coat around his neck. Were hopeful with time his coat will come back to its full glory. Quincy also hates crates and small spaces and has a touch of separation anxiety. Were working on helping him overcome these issues, but long term are looking for an adopter who is home most of the time and okay with not crate training. Quincy is super affectionate and very eager to please. He really cares about hoomans and wants so much to be loved. He likes to play with the other dogs in his foster home and love a canine friend. Hed really like a fenced yard to play in. Quincy is being fostered in NC. His adoption area is CT to NC and he can be transported for an approved home. Hes neutered, microchipped, current on his vaccines and healthy. Education And Rescue Team is a foster based rescue. Our dogs are in our foster homes all up and down the east coast. We do not have a facility in which you can visit. We find this a huge benefit because we learn our dogs and are able to educate our adopters on what its like to have them live in your home. Part of our process, once pre-approved, is to speak with the foster for the dog youre interested in. If youre still interested in adopting from our rescue the first step is to complete our adoption application online at

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  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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