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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, she came to us with no training and no boundaries but her Foster Hero's have done 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 has learnt to walk nicely on 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.

Sienna likes to interact with other dogs, at times she's a cheeky little miss, but for the most part she's pretty much a socail butterfly now days. She likes to play in the typical rough husky way so a husky companion would be ideal for her. Initially she tried to boss other dogs around, 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.
If fact, even now Mr Kobalt who is not a snuggler, has been spied having a little quiet time on the couch with Sienna here and there, so she must be a very special sole to have earnt his respect :)
Sienna will need other dogs in the home to be of medium or large size.

She is not so friendly with other creatures like cats, birds, pocket pets, livestock you name it - she wants to get it! So her new home must not have any of these.

As Sienna has always lived with other dogs so we would prefer a companion for her in her new home.

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.

So if you can look past Sienna's stunning good looks, and into her heart of hearts and think you can provide her with the safe and committed environment she needs to build her confidence and life skills apply now at https://www.arcticrescue.org.au/adopt

MC# 956000005901262
Adoption fee $400

Medical notes:
Sienna sometimes 'loses' her back end when running around, she's had just about every test under the sun and has been given the all clear for no major issues (neuro/skeletal/muscular or otherwise). She has some very, very mild displaysia that is not the cause of this issue and is not currently affecting her. Full history and vet statement will be made available for applicants.
This does not affect her quality of life in anyway.



Date Added : 8-Sep-17
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Melbourne VIC
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Kenji I Siberian Husky I M I 5Y 9Mo old

***Kenji is very deserving of a stable family that can provide for him until the end of his days. As of recent, he has been rehomed multiple times in a short period of time due to NO fault of his own, and he also spend a week in the pound after escaping. Due to all the upheavals in his life, Kenji is currently on anti anxiety medication as recommended by the vet. He has also lost a lot of condition and his ribs are visible as he is struggling to eat due to stress :( If you want to be Kenji's Foster Hero we would love to hear from you***

Kenji is in urgent need of a Foster Hero or better yet a forever home.

Kenji is pretty much your typical Siberian Husky. He'll need daily exercise and will flourish with further training. He has basic training already and is toilet trained as well as knows sit, shake, drop etc so he's got an awesome foundation for his new owners to build on. We'd like to help his new home by signing them up for weekly group obedience classes, either during foster or adoption.

Like most huskies he does need company during the day so a home where people are home more often than not and can begin acclimatising him to being alone in a gradual fashion. He's lived with a couple of other huskies, but hasn't had a great deal of socialisation with other dogs outside the home. Due to his lack of exposure to other dogs, he needs to be the only pet in the household. Kenji has high prey drive.

Kenji has previously escaped by climbing over a fence using items against the fence line. He will need 6ft secure fences with nothing he can use as a launching pad.

An adult only home will be best for Kenji at this stage so no children under teens please.

Kenji has experienced several family homes in a short period of time due to no fault of his own, and he also spend a week in the pound recently after escaping. Due to all the upheavals in his life, Kenji is currently on anti anxiety medication as recommended by the vet. He has lost a lot of condition, and is struggling to eat due to stress.

Adoption fee $400
MC #956000004345880



Date Added : 6-Sep-17
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Mirella
Location :
Melbourne VIC
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0478663077
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Kimba | 8yo | f | Siberian Husky

Kimba is a sweet & clever husky girl that hasn't had the best life to date.

Kimba is a nice dog, very friendly and loves her humans. Kimba wants nothing more than to be part of your family, enjoying the spoils of living inside while getting as many pats and cuddles as possible.

Kimba is a clever husky, and she literally took matters into her her own "paws" when she escaped to her next door neighbours to find herself a better home where dogs are included as part of the family. In her temporary home, Kimba enjoys the comforts of being allowed inside and she enjoys the many beds available to her. She enjoys the company of her lab siblings when her humans are away from the home.

Kimba has an independent nature and she does enjoy doing her own thing, alternating her time spent inside and outside as she pleases. Kimba is house trained and she needs to have access to inside of the home even if you are not around.

If you work from home, and spend a lot of time around, then Kimba might suit you as an only dog. If not, then Kimba will better off having a male doggie friend that is of similar age, size and temperament as she just loves the company.

Kimba is eager to please and is happy to follow you lead. With some basic training, Kimba will be an easy husky to walk if you are consistent with her loose leash walking training. Kimba was a bit jumpy when we first met her, and we've been working on this and she has improved quickly with positive reinforcement. A home with older children will be best for her.

Kimba needs a fully enclosed & secure yard with 6ft fence that is suited to her breed. Daily walks is a must to keep her happy and she can't be offlead as she will not come back.

Kimba is not suited to a home with small dogs, cats, small animals, pocket pets, chooks, sheep, horses or other livestock.

MC#956000001253365
Adoption fee $400

Apply at www.arcticrescue.org.au



Date Added : 6-Sep-17
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Melbourne VIC
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Lyra | 9mo | f | Siberian Husky

Lyra has just arrived into our care but she's a cheeky typical young sibe!

She'll need a home with the company of another dog, preferably another husky but at the very least it should be an active, playful breed that doesn't mind some rough and tumble. Medium and larger breeds only please, due to high prey drive a home with small breed dogs, cats or other pocket pets is not suited.

Lyra will need secure fences, ongoing training and a commitment to daily exercise.

Inside access is a must as huskies left to their own devices will create their own fun - heads up - that won't be fun for you :)

Lyra suits homes with children ages teens or older.

Lyra is vet-checked, desexed, vaccinated, microchipped, flea & worm treated
MC #953010000885848



Date Added : 6-Sep-17
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Melbourne VIC
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Jax | 5yo | m | Siberian Husky

Hello, my name is Jax and I'm a (marsh)mellow boy, a real softie at heart, and I'm looking for the perfect new home to love and care for me for the rest of my days.

I'm a very social fella, and I'll need a furry companion in my new home. I just love to hang out with my husky foster sister but really I'm not too fussy and could suit a home with most other friendly dogs. I do prefer the ladies though and medium or large sized dogs are best, my foster bro is a bit strong headed, and I can hold my own too so we prefer to steer clear of each other for the most part.

Cuddling with hoomans is one of my favourite things to do, so I must be allowed inside when people are about in my new home. I'm pretty chill indoors, I'm a good boy and I'm happy to stay in the yard whilst you're not home, so long as my furry companion is around.

I'm small in stature but big on loving, I'm not afraid to show my affection for you and I bond quickly with people.
Outside the house I love my walks and runs in the park are just the best. My stamina isn't so great and I tire easily, being middle aged I enjoy a nice walk or jog everyday but I won't be bouncing off your walls with energy.

I have lived with children in the past and I wouldn't mind to live with some well mannered children ages 8+
Cats and pocket pets however will not suit me, they are far too tempting.

I'll need secure fencing in my new home.

So could my new home be yours?

apply now at www.arcticrescue.org.au

Adoption fee $400
MC # 956000008302962



Date Added : 6-Sep-17
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Melbourne VIC
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Odin 14 months old, surrendered to the pound due to no fault of his own.
Odin is under socialised with other dogs however he is very playful once he feels comfortable with his doggies companions. He can be defensive upon first meeting, but warms up quickly to a friendly female of similar energy level and play style. To help him transition as easily as possible Odin's perfect companion would be a submissive female dog who is also active and playful. Medium and large size dogs would be most appropriate and ideally Odin will go to a home with another Husky for company as he has a very husky play style. He Is not good with the small fluffies.

Mr Odin has energy to burn! Foster mum takes him running daily so his new home will need to be active. Odin does pull on the lead when walking but group obedience and further training will help Odin in this area, as well as helping to develop his basic training as it is clear he has not received much attention in the past. ARV will pay for Odin's new families enrolment in a parter training school upon adoption as we believe this is crucial to success with many young huskies.

Out and about Odin does get distracted so he needs to be kept on lead. Around the home he is an affectionate boy who enjoys a smooch with his people and a snuggle with his foster sister. As he has always lived with other dogs if he goes to a home without one it would be best if people were around a lot, and there will be some work to be done to teach him how to cope alone.
He needs an active and breed experienced home who will be committed to him for the rest of his life, no matter what. Like most young huskies Odin does have high prey drive and will need a home with 6ft secure digproof fences as well as a commitment to daily exercise and training. Odin has not lived with children before.
To adopt Odin visit www.arcticrescue.org.au/adopt Adoption fee $400
MC # 956000004376694



Date Added : 31-Aug-17
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Mirella
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Melbourne VIC
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0478 663 077
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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, ever, as she will not come back.

Mia is very keen on your attention, so she could suit a home as an only dog if you are around alot and can provide adequate physical and mental exercise for her. 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 foster home with 6ft secure fencing and a commitment to daily exercise.

MC# 982000356472177

Adoption Fee:
$400



Date Added : 31-Aug-17
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Melbourne VIC
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Lovely Lady Luna is so named as she really has a sweet and gentle temperament, under the disguise of her innocently stunning Husky looks :)

Luna loves the company of other dogs and must go to a home with at least one other dog for company. She gets along with both males and females, but is a bit too curious on the smalls so medium to large size dogs are best.
She is in foster with two Huskies that have quickly become her BFF's, she also lives with two Chihuahua crosses and interacts well when supervised but for safety's sake she is never left unsupervised with them. Chihuahua's are fierce after all :) :) :)

Luna's Foster Family have teenage children and she is suited well to this, she enjoy's their company. Luna has not interacted with children under teens so we are looking for a home with older children.
She's quite an affectionate girl and enjoys a good cuddle on the couch, Luna will need inside access to the home whilst people are home. 'Backyard dog' is not in Luna's future.

Toys are fun, destroying toys is the main objective, those teeth were made for chewing, and that's just what they'll do. She's pretty good at not chewing things she shouldn't, but toys be aware you are destined for the nom-noms.

Luna can suffer from some separation anxiety so needs a home with someone home more often than not.
She is able to spend time home without people present but at this stage the lengths should not be too long, full time hours would be too much for her. Her new family should work on helping her to feel comfortable home alone for increasing periods of time.

She's also been a serial escape artist in the past so secure fencing is a must. 6ft + digproof minimum.
She will need regular daily exercise and training.
Luna's Foster Hero's have begun her basic training and she is progressing well. She has taken to loose leash walking very quickly.

Luna's adopters will be enrolled in a weekly group obedience course, included in her adoption fee to help continue this training and help her settle into her new home.

Being a Husky Luna does have high prey drive, she will need a home without cats, pocket pets or livestock. She will also need to be exercised on leash or in fenced areas when outside the home as she has no recall at this stage.

Medical Notes
Luna has grade 2 luxating patella in her left hind leg. This means no surgery is required at this stage, however she should not do excessive exercise, or be put in higher strain situations (eg no sledding). At this stage we've not had any issues with it so far during normal walking and play with other dogs but it does have the potential to pop out. In the future Luna may require pain relief, or surgery if the condition worsens.

MC # 900032002656496
Adoption fee $400



Date Added : 31-Aug-17
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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 : 28-Aug-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 : 28-Aug-17

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