A Female Husky-x presently Available For Adoption
Update - March 28: Whitie just checking in. Anyhow, my pups are all growing like weeds and will be ready for their new homes soon. You know what that means …. so will I! The perfect scenario would be that my pups and I start this new chapter of our lives at the same time. I know there will be a little sadness after the goodbye but I also know that having my very own family to pamper me will help considerably. I am smart and loveable, eager to please, and pretty as can be! I am still an adolescent and have a winding road of training ahead to make me the greatest dog I can be. Greatness doesn’t happen overnight, so it’s a mighty good thing we’ll have many, many years together! Spring is here and it is the perfect time to add me to your family! Please fill in an Adoption Form – ask for Whitie.
Update - Feb 21: On behalf of Whitie who is resting comfortably, we would like to announce that she had her three babies (one female, two males) through the night. Mom and puppies are doing well. Please remember that not only do puppies need a home, so does Whitie. She has her work cut out for her for the next 8 weeks but she is looking forward to a much deserved vacation in mid-April. If you are interested in adopting Whitie, please fill in an Adoption Form.
My name is Whitie and I will soon be bringing puppies into the world – for the LAST time, says Animatch. Guess what, my puppies will be given names and they will go to families who will love and cherish them for their entire life. I am from Kuujjuaraapik where the existence for nameless dogs includes starvation, injury, dog on dog aggression, and a life span of not more than 2-3 years. Animatch, like many rescues, cannot ignore the plight of these dogs. Rescues do their best but it’s not a solution – spaying and neutering would be. Where I am from, there are no resolutions – no animal control, no veterinary care, no spay/neuter clinics. My friends that I left behind need help but life does not seem to change for so many of them. This is not my first litter but this time I know that my puppies will not die because of harsh conditions. All dogs have a story but the homeless northern dogs have a particularly poignant one. It seems as though years go by and nothing changes for us.
In the meantime, I am safe, warm, and ready to give birth any day now. I will then be occupied for the next 8 weeks teaching my puppies the social skills that will help them be well-adjusted dogs when they go to their homes. It will be an intense period but this time I will not have the stress of finding a safe place, scavenging for food, or protecting them from the elements. Most importantly, my puppies will have a name. My wish for them is that they find committed homes that will give them what every dog deserves. By the way, I am also looking for a family.
I’ll let you know when my puppies are here.
More Details About Whitie
- Status: Available For Adoption
- Breed: Husky-x
- Size: Large
- Age: 2 years
- Gender: Female
- Grooming: Low
- Energy: High
- Children: 8 and over
- Cat friendly: No
- Dog friendly: Yes
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