ID Number: 5414
Breed: Husky / Mixed (medium coat)
Age: 1 Year 7 Months (Birthdate: 3/21/2019)
Size: 47.0 lbs. (Medium)
Other: Spayed, Vaccinations current, Microchip
Exercise: Moderate Exercise Needed
Indoor/Outdoor: Indoor Only
Dog Friendly: No
Cat Friendly: No
Adoption Fee: $75
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Size: ~Medium range: 26-60 lbs
Adoption Donation: $75 (applicable sales tax included). Adoption fees may be paid by cash or check.
Other: Spayed Female, Vaccinations current, Microchip, NO Other Pets, Older considerate Children, and Fenced-in yard required
Harriet a very nice energetic girl!
Foster Home Feedback
* Harriet needs a home with no other pets, Older considerate children, and must have a fenced-in yard
10/8/2020: This pretty young lady has undergone quite a transformation in the past two weeks...and in a good way! Harriet came to the rescue as a stray dog, and was a bit of a handful, mouthy and zero manners. She also was very uncomfortable around other dogs. Structure, rules and love (and getting spayed) have turned her into a fun and almost always polite houseguest.
Harriet now walks pretty well with an easy-walk harness, has mastered sit and is mostly staying off the counters. She rarely nibbles on human body parts unless she is really amped up playing. Harriet stays off furniture, sleeps quietly all night on a dog bed in our bedroom, is learning to play fetch and just generally loves being outside.
Harriet is a flawless rider in a vehicle. She accompanied me on my Meals-on-Wheels route and didn’t as much as sniff at the meals in the back seat. She runs errands with me and just curls up and is quiet and calm when I leave her alone in the car.
Every person Harriet has met is an instant friend. Although we haven’t met any small kids, we did run into a couple of boys, maybe 8 years old, who wanted to pet her and she was great. Harriet gets pretty excited and still wants to jump up, so that is a work in progress.
When it comes to other dogs, I am seeing some slight improvement while on walks. To begin with, she lunged and barked when she saw them, even from a distance. Now I can refocus her attention and get her turned and walk in a different direction. Sadly, this girl doesn’t want any dogs near her.
If you have a fenced yard and like an energetic fetch partner, Harriet would fit in nicely!
** Harriet is Lyme positive. This is a tick-borne illness and she is currently being treated with Doxycycline. To learn more about Lyme disease in dogs, read here: http://www.peteducation.com/article.cfm?c=2+2102&aid=458