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Join date : 2018-04-07
Location : San Diego

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PostSubject: Random visit   Random visit EmptyMon Oct 15, 2018 1:11 pm

Just had a lady walking up the street with a 10 week(ish) old Husky puppy. I'm not actually sure if she was just walking by or knew we had Huskies, but my wife saw her and started chatting. She came and got me so she could head to work.

Turns out the lady is trying to re-home the puppy. Her son just had a baby and doesn't think it's safe to keep the puppy with the baby around. Didn't get into how/ why they got a puppy when they knew a baby was coming.

Gave her some tips. Told her worst case, to look for a Husky rescue.

If we didn't already have our hands full with three dogs, I would have taken it. Hope they find a good home for him/her.
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Female Join date : 2013-06-14
Location : Missouri

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PostSubject: Re: Random visit   Random visit EmptyMon Oct 15, 2018 1:44 pm

People with huskies do have a way of seeking out other husky owners. Especially if they have one to get rid of. They figure you are a safe bet to take care of and understand what it takes to own the breed, whereas if she goes through craigslist there's really no telling who might end up with the pup. Sending her to a rescue is the best bet. Even if she keeps the dog and fosters it while they do the work to rehome it and go through the applications. Rescues are just better than the average person at networking dogs to the right homes and weeding out people who talk a good talk but don't really know what they are doing. You could always refer her to here as well so that she could get help on making the transition to having a puppy with a baby. Many people do just fine balancing a new baby and a dog or puppy. No reason to rehome really.

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