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In shelter Dog

Seville, OH, 44273
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
Coat length:
Loki is in search of his forever home.  He needs a husky savvy adopter or s husky savvy foster home.  His original owner was not prepared for the needs of an adult husky.  All she saw was the cute husky puppy.

This poor boy was bored.  Per the dog warden, he spent his life inside crated or alone, outside, for hours at a time, in a poorly fenced yard.  Loki found his own entertainment by escaping from his poorly fenced yard.  Once he had learned to escape his fence a few times, he then got into trouble chasing the neighbors livestock; carryout chicken sounded like a good idea to him.

Loki will need an active, vigilant adopter or foster to keep him out of mischief.  A secure, six foot high privacy fence, with another dog to play with would be ideal. Someone who runs, or hikes would be wonderful.  Loki is not small critter friendly, no cats, chickens, goats, ferrets, etc.

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