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These dogs are currrently part of the DVSHR program. To adopt one of these dogs you must complete an adoption application on line.
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Nanook 5 to 6 yr old female  
About Me :  Nanook is very smart and learns new commands quickly. She is house trained and rides nicely in the car. Nanook is not destructive in the home. Nanook needs an experienced family who can spend time with her and continue her positive reinforcement training which will be a requirement for her adoption. She will need at east a 5 foot fence.  
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About Me :  Meet DVSHR Foster Dog India! As her foster family sees her, India is a 1-year-old exuberant, very affectionate girl. True to the Siberian “clown gene”, India seems to want to make you laugh. She loves to hang out with her people and watch TV. She will hang on every word you say. The second you say something to her or look at her she will hop onto your lap and shower you with kisses. She knows the commands “sit” and “down” and is eager to train to learn more. She is very outgoing, a social butterfly. India is housetrained, good at a vet visit, crate trained and good in the car. She pulls hard on leash. She is good around other dogs but would like to be the only dog in her home. She cannot be placed with cats or small animals. She is too exuberant for young children but teenagers would be ok. She does periodically chew household items. India is spayed, up to date on shots and is heartworm negative. If you have room in your heart and home plus the time and inclination for this loveable clown, who still is learning, please fill out an application.  
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About Me :  Hi everybody my name is Maya. I am a beautiful one year-old blue eyed, copper & white husky, if I do say so myself. I have come to DVSHR because my previous owners had some changes in their lives and they could not spend as much time with me. They felt very sad about having to leave me for long periods of time in my crate. As difficult as it was they made the unselfish decision to let me come to DVSHR to find a new fur-ever home. I love being around people and animals big and small. Kisses abound. I like crowds and travel well. Occasionally I chew a "stray" shoe or two when I get bored. Walks are so much fun. I am pretty good on the leash. Still learning not to pull when I get excited seeing new friends. I do follow my foster parents around the house. I sit at the door and wait for them if they go outside without me. I just love being with them. I really have a lot of fun with my furry foster sister Ruby. We play husky games, chase and share toys. I am crate trained & house trained. Still learning sit, stay and down. I would love to be in home with an active and fun loving family.
I am young and beautiful so apply now.
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About Me :  Our newest sweetheart has been in rescue for 3 months recovering from orthopedic surgery to repair an old, untreated leg fracture . Surgery was followed by several weeks of intensive rehab. Timid and fearful at first Hope loves all human contact young and old, is extremely gentle but, we think, was not living with other dogs. Now healed she has learned to play with a very active foster sister. It is a joy to see them run and play. Hope loves leash walks with either of her sisters but will need further help with socialization skills.
Hope will also require a secure fenced yard. She has a fairly high prey drive and is probably not cat friendly. No small dogs or critters please.
Hope is a laid back girl most of the time and likes to go to bed early and sleep late! She enjoys a nice warm shower or a relaxing brush and a massage. We would like to find a family with someone home most of the time and who understand the unique traits of our Siberian friends. Hope’s personality is still evolving and her foster family find her quite delightful as they discover new qualities in this pretty girl.
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About Me :  Hi. My name is Bruiser but I’m really not a bully. In fact my "mom" says I’m quite a love bug. I give lots of kisses too. I was taken to a shelter with my two brothers because my humans lost their home and there was no place for me to go. Since I have been in my DVSHR foster home, I’m having the time of my life! I have a 4 Y.O. foster brother who thinks he can outplay me because I am 10 years old. Huh, was he wrong! And I just love going for walks and laying out on the deck every day. I walk very well on leash and only pull when I see another dog that I would like play with. I’m a very friendly guy but can get a bit too interested in smaller critters (including small dogs). I should probably have a companion about my size to play and hang around with. "Mom" has taught me not to get on furniture but I am allowed on the bed to sleep at night when she invites me. I am a very good sleep buddy and hardly move all night except to kiss "mom" goodnight and get a belly rub before I fall asleep. She gives all of us belly rubs at bedtime.
Bruiser is available for adoption and would like to meet you.
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