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Harley – Coming Soon!

9mo old female Siberian Husky

Harley has a very interesting medical history, and as such we took some time to allow her to be fully accessed and stabilized prior to placement. She has been with her foster a couple months now, and we just got cleared by the vet to move forward with spay and final medical, so she will be available likely mid-late October.

Harley had a positive parvo test when she was around 4/5 months old, as well as many symptoms of parvo. Her owners were unable to afford treatment, so they took her home and cared for her as best they could – they had her tested again a short time later and her parvo came back negative. Instances of a false positive parvo test are very low, so it seems likely that she did once have parvo and was one of the lucky ones that made it. She continued to have recurrent stomach problems, and as a result her owners took her to Mexico for a more affordable exploratory surgery, believing it was a blockage. No blockage was found, and during recovery she got some infected hot spots on her skin that required further treatment. This was when her owners contacted us, and we agreed to take her in and cover any of her future medical needs. Antibiotics have been very effective in treating her hotspots. She has some trouble gaining weight despite eating a TON, but outside of that, she appears to be healthy at this time, and our vet was confident she would do well with her spay, so we are going to move forward and get her into a forever home soon!

Harley is definitely more on the submissive, skittish side for a husky. She loves to play with other dogs, and does well with cats too. She is very sweet and loving once she warms up to you, but she is slow to approach strangers and new people. She is very curious, but definitely requires a patient introduction, and her new owners will need to recognize that she will open up and transform into a more snuggly, affectionate girl as she grows used to them. She will likely be a bit timid and scared at first. She has shown no aggression at all. Her fosters report that she has small instances of puppy destruction, but nothing crazy. She doesn’t like a kennel much at all. She is fully potty-trained in their home with a dog door, but may need some adjustment in a new home. She knows sit and shake and takes treats gently.

She is a great, sweet girl that we want to place in home that recognizes her medical history and timid temperament and understands that she may require some patience as she grows, and may require future medical care for her sensitive stomach. We aren’t anticipating anything huge like surgery in the cards, but we want to be fully transparent about everything she has been through.

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If you are interested in “Harley,” please email us at arizonahuskyrescue@gmail.com, or fill out the adoption application following the link below.

Her adoption fee is $300. This fee helps with cost of medical including all vaccinations, microchip and spay.

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