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In shelter Dog

Shingleton, MI, 49884
Pet name:
Siberian Husky
Coat length:
Stryker here! Obviously, Im named after my dashing good looks. Im a bit of a ladies man... as in, I prefer other female dogs. Im sure I could get along with another well-mannered male, but I prefer the ladies. Bonus! I am already crate and house trained. At a whopping 3 and a half years young, Ive still got a few quirks, but nothing we cant work on together. For example, I like to steal socks, and I dont always like to give them back, so I miiiiiiight still need a bit of work on a drop or leave it command. And I also dont like the vet. But can you blame me?! Every time I go, they poke me with needles or stick their fingers in my mouth. No, thank you! So, will you give this Stryk-ing young man a chance at a forever home?

If you are interested in adopting, please complete and submit an adoption application. To fill out an application, COPY AND PASTE the link below into the address line of your Web browser:

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Approved applications are based on best fit and not first submitted. Hairy Houdini Siberian Husky Rescue reserves the right to refuse any applicant, it is within our discretion to make these decisions on behalf of our dogs.

We do require a home visit and a veterinarian reference. Please contact your veterinarian to give them permission to release information to us. Once we have reviewed your application and received a favorable reference from your veterinarian, our adoption coordinator will contact you. Please be patient as this process could take several days.

Before filling out an application, we strongly recommend visiting our site to learn more about the Siberian Husky breed, Copy and paste this link to find that info.


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