Siberian Husky Breed Rescue

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Marnie
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Brisbane QLD
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DEZI
8 year old male
Adoption Fee: $350 (Includes GST, desexing, current C5 vaccination, negative heartworm test and microchipping transferred to new owners)

I don’t really like to talk about me, but they tell me that I have to introduce myself, so I'll give it a go. You see, I'm a little bit unsure and anxious of many things in life, but SHAMROQ, with the help of my dedicated carers, has shown me some courage and confidence, so here goes.

My world revolves around the attention and cuddles of my people. I've been around other large female dogs and they are alright I guess, but they're not allowed anywhere near my food or my people if it's my turn in the limelight – so I think ideally I'd like a home where I could be your one and only. Another large submissive girl might be OK, but we would need our own space at feeding time.

I'm an inside dog, apart from at feed time when I have some time in the yard. I like to sleep by my people, just in case the bogeyman or one of those scary storms might jump out and get me. I'm OK as long as you're there to snuggle and reassure me. I can do kids, but ones that are a bit older and understand my boundaries will be best. Cats and small pocket pets should be avoided for their own safety!

I've been well behaved lately, but do have a history of digging under fences. So just to be sure, fences should be a minimum of 5ft, secure and not able to be dug under. My current exercise regime consists of a daily jaunt of the neighbourhood. I get all excited on lead to start with, but will settle once we get into it. Swimming is becoming one of my new hobbies too!

If I could describe my perfect new family, it would be one where at least one of my people was always home to be with me. Someone who had the perfect spot for me right by the lounge and the bed and would take me for car rides. Sounds simple enough huh? I do have some quirks that we need to work on together, but as the expectant Queen Beyonce has so wisely told us, “If everything was perfect, you would never learn and you would never grow.”

If you think you are my type of people and want to help me continue to flourish, then please go to http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 30-Apr-17
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Brisbane QLD
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BACARDI
8 year old female
Adoption Fee: $350 (Includes GST, C5 vaccination, microchipping, heartworm test and desexing)

Smooth and superior, yet with character and still packs a punch. True to my name, I am just like the famous Bacardi white rum. But the good news is that too much of me is a good thing. I will give you that warm fuzzy feeling without the next day hangover!

Just like the spirit however, I shouldn’t be mixed with others. I prefer to be your one and only with no other pets of any description. Give me all your love and attention and I will give you mine! I am more than happy to take you for a daily stroll and let you drive me around in your car on weekends. Due to being set in my ways, I would prefer a home with either no children or ones that are closer to teenage in years. Bacardi rum is typically for over 18’s, but we can give a little leeway on this one.

I would like a home where I can enjoy the great outdoors, but still have inside time also. I am housetrained and like to be in your company. When I am out in the yard, I'm not a major Houdini but still have the Huskiness that runs through my veins. For that reason, fences should be a minimum of 5ft and secure with no gaps underneath that could be used for digging out.

They say that you can’t teach an old dog new tricks. The good news is that a) I am not old and b) I have a few tricks down pat, but I am up for learning some more. Toys and games don’t interest me, but treats will work as a valuable currency. The other thing I crave the most is affection and attention from my humans.

Are you up for a bit of Bacardi to brighten up your life? If so, then please send through an application by following this link - http://www.shamroq.org.au/adoption.



Date Added : 30-Apr-17
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Marnie
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Brisbane QLD
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ASH (right) & DOOBIE (left)
9 & 7 year old males
Adoption Fee: $450 for the pair (includes GST, desexing, C5 vaccination, parasite treatment, microchipping & transfer of microchip into new owner’s name) or Ash and Doobie are able to be adopted separately to suitable homes for an Adoption fee of $350 each.

~ASSISTED REHOME~

We are Ash and Doobie, but you can call us Ash and Doobie. We are brothers from another mother, but have been side by side for our whole lives. We may not always see eye to eye, but usually that is over food or a toy, so we need to have our own space and eat separately at dinner time. Would you like your brother trying to lick your plate while you were eating??

We are a bit like everyone’s favourite animated duo, Shrek and Donkey. Ash is the strong leader who is always out in front, ready to take on what the world might bring. But a bit better looking than Shrek of course, this cute Husky is no ogre! And then there is Doobie, Ash’s loyal follower but a bit more meek and mild. But a lovebug all the same!

Unfortunately, sometimes circumstances change and so we are looking for a new family to join and make complete. Our new home should have good secure fences at least 5ft tall. We aren’t known for our jumping, but we have been known to try out our tunnelling skills, so fences should be made dig proof with wire or concrete bases.

We are both as obedient as huskies get, so we won’t win you any obedience trophies, but we do know our sit, drop and shake hands. We should only be let off lead in fenced contained areas, but we do love the dog park. Maybe best though we stick to the big dog parks and not around those little undersized dogs – man they get annoying! We have been around cats, but if they run we will chase them and it could spell trouble if we catch them. We do have husky prey drives after all.

We were brought up with small children and while we have never hurt them, our play can be a bit rough sometimes. So we would suit a family with school age children or older. We love to be active and go on runs or long walks but will want to come home to be with you inside as a part of the family.

We are available either as a dynamic duo, or individually to suitable homes.

If you think this little cute duo could complete your family. then please fill out a Pre Adoption Questionnaire at this link: http://www.shamroq.org.au/#!adoption/cfz3



Date Added : 30-Apr-17
Contact :
Mel
Location :
Melbourne VIC
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Delta | 4yo | f |
Delta was rescued from a puppy mill. Having suffered immense neglect at the hands of humans Delta is still learning to trust and slowly beginning to experience the joys of being a much loved companion. Having been with us for many months now, Delta is about ready for a new home. Delta's new home will need to understand that she cannot be made to do things that other dogs do. We will help you build her confidence and also push her gently out of her comfort zone from time to time. When Delta is unsure, she uses her typical husky solution 101 - stubbornness. And that's OK. It's how she copes, and with our help it's also how she learns.
Delta has some 'musts' for her new home to ensure she's able to cope and progress:
- At least one other dog of medium/large size (husky is ideal)
- Confident and well rounded dog (not a fearful, reactive or submissive type)
- No young children (teens & over)
- Must have daily routine
- Secure yard
- No cats, livestock or pocket pets
Since entering our care Delta has made solid progress, she can now:
- be in the same room as people!
- go for a gentle walk or sit at a cafe (must have another dog)
- visit quiet fenced in dog parks
- loves sleeping in her crate - her 'safe' place
- will take treats from the hand - if they are to her liking!
- approach strangers to around one metre
- understand household routine and patterns like walks, bed time etc
If you want a dog that will focus on you and always be near you - Delta is not the dog for you. Whilst huge progress has been made, it is likely she will always prefer the company of other dogs over people. In time we are hopeful that Delta will begin to seek human companionship and even affection. In situations where she is nervous, outside the home and new locations she will stick close to her Foster Hero so we do know she can form bonds and trust, but it is a slow road to travel.
Delta can be in the same room or yard as people, including strangers, however her preference at this stage is not to be. She does seem to prefer the outdoors to indoors. With routine she can be instructed to go to bed of a night time etc There are some things Delta is not happy about - but she will tolerate them. For example baths and administration of medication. She does need to be cornered and would evade if possible, once captured however she 'puts up with it'. Be prepared for the eyes of betrayal and cold shoulder afterwards though :) From time to time, Delta has 'bouts of dog' where she may do a little zoomie dance and a round of excitable barks.
The other dogs in Delta's new home do need to be of similar or larger size and be confident. Having come from a 'free for all' of dogs she does get along with other dogs but can be pushy around things she wants like food. If the other dog tells her to back off she will, however if the other dog allows her to rule she will take advantage of this.
MC # 900164001249491 Adoption fee $350



Date Added : 13-Mar-17
Contact :
Mel
Location :
Melbourne VIC
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Sienna | 1y 7mo | f | Siberian Husky

Young Sienna is a beautiful girl who despite her short life so far has already experienced multiple tragedies and neglect.

Since coming into care Sienna has learned a lot, but she still has a way to go.

Sienna came to use with no training and no boundaries but her Foster Hero's are doing a great job of instilling some manners.
She is toilet trained for the most part (doesn't have access to bedrooms as she pee's on bed's when no one is looking!!)
She can sit and wait for her dinner meals or treats and is learning to walk nicely on a correction leash.
Sienna has only ever lived in an adult home and whilst she has been appropriate with children she has met we would prefer any children to be aged 12+ , particularly in a multi-dog home where rough play will occur.

Cats, birds, pocket pets, livestock you name it - she wants to get it! So her new home must not have any of these.

Sienna likes to interact with other dogs, but she can be rude and will try to take the top spot of the pack, unless she really has to submit. She likes to play in the typical rough husky way so ideally she will have a Husky play mate in her new home. Initially she will try to boss other dogs, but in her foster pack she has settled for spot no 2 after a week of pushing did not budge Mr Kobalt from his throne. Foster sister Akira (who couldn't care who was boss!) is now her bestie and they like to cuddle together on the couch after playing non-stop for hours.

She has always lived with other dogs so we would prefer a companion for her in her new home, however we would consider a home as an only dog provided her owner was home a lot.
Small dogs are a no-go for Sienna at present and she will require further socialisation in this area as she will lunge towards them. Sienna's new furever home will be able to start this acclimatisation process through initial group obedience training which will be paid for by ARV upon adoption.

Sienna has not shown to be an escape artist but will dig a 'Husky hole' to keep cool. She will require 6ft secure fencing and daily exercise in her new home.

Breed experienced preferred.

Adoption fee $400
MC# 956000005901262

Sienna has been x-rayed and diagnosed with very mild hip displaysia in her rear legs. Sometimes when standing up or when moving about on slippery floors she tends to lose her back end out from under her. Our vets have advised this is likely not due to the displaysia as it is so minimal. She does have some muscle wastage in her rear end which is likely contributing to this issue.
In essence they cannot say for sure why she stumbles occasionally. It's important that her new home are aware of this. She should not participate in strenuous activities like sledding but still needs brisk daily exercise. In the future she could potentially require treatment if the condition worsens and she may be affected by arthritis earlier than expected.



Date Added : 13-Mar-17
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Mel
Location :
Melbourne VIC
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0431906177
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Mia | 2 years 9 Months | Female | Siberian Husky
Mia is a typical young bouncy husky. She loves to go places, do new things and meet new people. Mia is looking for home who understands her Husky ways. The ideal family will have breed experience, older children such as teenagers due to Mia's boisterousness and definitely no cats or pocket pets as they would become lunch. Mia will need some ongoing training to walk nicely on lead and ensure she is a well mannered dog. She can't be off-lead in open spaces as she will not come back. Mia is very keen on your attention, so she could suit a home as an only dog. That being said she has lived with another husky and she got along well with him. She is a bit too full on for the small canines. Mia will need a home with 6ft secure fencing and a commitment to daily exercise.
MC# 982000356472177
Adoption Fee: $400
Not cat friendly
Not pocket pet friendly
Suitable with older children/teens
Gets along with other dogs
Basic training Toilet trained



Date Added : 13-Mar-17

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