Age: 1.5 years old
Size: 56 pounds
Breed: Siberian Husky
Good in a home with: Dog and Children
Hi there everyone! My name is Loba, and I’m a beautiful female Husky who is one and a half years old! I am both fully vaccinated and spayed, and I weigh 56 lbs. I am fully potty trained, and I am currently working on my leash training and doing great so far! I was not crate trained however, because I didn’t need to be.
I first came to The Cantu Foundation when I was found starving on the streets in Mexico. I had a family who could not afford to keep or feed me anymore and they relinquished me to safety knowing it was the best option for me. I love all dogs as long as we are properly introduced, and I also love all children! I am not a fan of cats, however. I have all the classic husky traits (sassy, energetic, vocal) but at my core I’m also one of the sweetest beings in the world! Despite my rough past, I absolutely love people and am quick to bond with my caretakers. I am very curious and like to be involved in whatever my people are doing, so if you're looking for a sous chef, apprentice, or bestie to accompany you to the bathroom I am your girl! I am equally confident and clumsy, which makes for endless entertainment! I learn extremely quickly and am excelling in my training. I also really enjoy wrestling with her foster brother and snuggling with her people on the couch.
I have mild separation anxiety when left alone at first, so I do prefer to be in a home where I have company most of the time. My favorite things to do are eat snacks, run, wrestle, and snuggle! If my foster parents had to describe me in 3 words they would be sweetheart, quirky, and noodle! My ideal home would be active and stimulating. As a husky, I require regular exercise and would thrive with someone who can give me a good workout. I am generally submissive so another dog in the house would be fine but not required. Because I’m a social butterfly, having my person at home would be preferred but if my alone time can be balanced with exercise and stimulation, then I can be left alone for short periods of time. My adoption fee is $400, this fee covers my first year of vaccinations, spay/neuter, and microchip. Do I sound like the dog for you? You can fill out an application to adopt me at http://www.thecantufoundation.org/adopt.htm