Husky / Mixed (long coat) : : Female : : Adult : : Medium
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** PLEASE NOTE - Only applicants with husky/sporting dog experince will be considered **
Paris is confident, energetic, and a total Princess. She loves meeting new people and dogs and gets along well with others. If you like a talker, she is very communicative with a wide variety of 'woof's and 'woo's. You will never be left wondering if Princess Paris wants something, she will use her extensive vocabulary to tell you all about it. In addition to being a Princess her side job is being a toy destroyer. If she is not provided an outlet for this side hustle she will find things to become toys.
She is a fast learner who knows lots of tricks and is food motivated. She is still working on her leash walking skills as she doesn't quite understand why we just can't keep up with her. Would do best in an active home with a fully fenced yard and no young children. To help her flourish and bond with her new family, we suggest pursuing a formal positive reinforcement training program with her, which is why a $50 training fee is being charged in addition to her adoption fee. After Paris has successfully completed a training course, proof of completion can be sent to Sadie's and a refund of the $50 will be sent back to you.
More about Paris: Good with Dogs | Crate Trained | Loves going to PetSmart | Loves trips to Starbucks drive-thru for a pup cup | Loves attention, training sessions, playtime, tug, chase | Likes car rides | Likes baths | Likes to sit on your feet and lean on your legs for pets and belly rubs
A fully fenced (6 ft) yard with lots of space for her to run and sniff and dig while supervised would also be perfect for when she needs to burn off some extra energy. Paris has shown huge improvements with her behavior since coming to Sadie’s as a stray from Texas, but it is important that all members of her forever home are prepared to commit to continuing this journey with her with patience and love. She does have an existing hip injury which does not slow her down at all, but it does need to be taken into consideration with exercise and training demands, and will likely need further medical intervention as she gets older. We believe Paris would likely do best in a home with adults or older children only. To help her flourish and bond with her new family, we suggest pursuing a formal positive reinforcement training program with her, which is why a the training fee (explained above) is being charged in addition to her adoption fee.
If you think Paris would be the perfect addition to your family, please complete an adoption application found under the Adopt menu. www.sadiesrescue.org/animals/list
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Good with Dogs