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 Beautiful Siberian Husky, Neutered male, 12 mo. old- Needs rehoming (San Francisco Bay Area)

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Beautiful Siberian Husky, Neutered male, 12 mo. old- Needs rehoming (San Francisco Bay Area) Empty
PostSubject: Beautiful Siberian Husky, Neutered male, 12 mo. old- Needs rehoming (San Francisco Bay Area)   Beautiful Siberian Husky, Neutered male, 12 mo. old- Needs rehoming (San Francisco Bay Area) EmptyMon Feb 10, 2020 10:20 pm

Prerequisites are BIG YARD (OPEN SPACE) and FIRM HANDLERS!
"Dasher" is a Full-bred Siberian Husky (no AKC paper). Blue eyes. 60 lb. He is Housetrained, Crate Trained, Lead Trained, has Obedience training, good with Older Children, good with Large Dogs and Small Dogs, has updated Rabies, DHLPP and Flu vaccinations, on Heartworm and Flea/tick preventative.
Very intelligent, fast learner, high energy. Loves to run and chews a lot when bored, plays fetch and jumps hoop. Has had group and private training. Has learned leash manners, basic obedience like sit, down, stay, heel, No! Out! No more! Quiet!. Making progress on- stay, come (and whistle recall), leave it, drop it and prey-guarding. Friendly toward people and other dogs. Previously had resource guarding of toys and leash/collar resistance, but were mostly corrected with help of professional trainer. Trainer said, “He was a puppy that had no rules and boundaries. He is a good dog, now that he knows rules and boundaries, but that must be maintained by the handler(s)” With leadership to look up to, he’s acting calmer and getting sweeter every day. Apparently he has just started to mature from puppyhood. He is socialized, confident and has a happy disposition. Great with cold weather, not so good in very hot weather. Rare for a Husky, he’s not keen on digging or running away from home and is not a barker.
We humans recently ran into a lot of aging physical problems including an upcoming hip replacement (no more jogging with him) and our yard is too small. He needs a lot of exercise and a big open space to run in as well as loving humans yet strong handler(s). No little kids- at least for now. He lets little kids pass on walks with no issue, but has never interacted with them, so subject to evaluation. Neighbors love him. We have no other dog or cat at home, but he plays very well with big and small dogs in dog parks. He should make a great companion with another dog and a great jogging/hiking partner and by nature- a great sled dog. Snow country would be great for him!
Rehoming fee $200 (includes supplies, toys etc. for local adopters.) (includes shipping cost for distant adopters.)
See 3 pictures in this link https://drive.google.com/open?id=1PrIcjr49LmvmaElVlCTefcyU2cXI0FNy
Reply here or email LaiFran@gmail.com or call/text (510) 384-3895
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