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In shelter Dog

San Pedro, CA, 90731
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
Gray / Blue / Silver
Coat length:
Please read Kingmans biography below to learn what he needs in a home placement and how to apply.

Kingman was found as a stray wondering in the high desert.  His owners were never located.  His age is estimated to be around 4 years old and he weighs 57 lbs.  Kingman is a total love.  He has a very sweet and endearing personality and he is relatively calm for his breed.  He has a gorgeous Husky coat highlighted with gray and silver. Kingman has one brown eye that he cant see out of and one blue eye that has a cataract.   He can still see, he just has some cloudy vision.  This boy loves his toys.  He will run and chase them and bring them back to you to throw again.  Kingman is currently in a foster home and doing wonderful He is totally housebroken.  He loves the grass in the backyard and can be seen frequently running around with his toys in his mouth our just sunbathing.    At night he sleeps on a doggie bed just fine.  This boy is spectacular!  If you are considering adopting a Husky please meet our boy first!

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  1. American Humane Association
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