Aura, a female Siberian Husky (about 3 years old,) has been in our lives since November, 2015.
She is a beautiful being — playful, compliant and has a very sweet and loving nature. She gets along well with children and dogs. She still has some predator instinct towards cats, chickens and squirrels, but this has improved in her time with us. She does better in a cooler climate than in the summer heat. She is housebroken if she has free access to the outdoors. She is a great travel dog and behaves very well in a car.
Aura had her vaccinations renewed on July 26, 2017 and was spayed on August 30. This summer she shed her thicker reddish puppy coat and now has a sleek, light chocolate and cream coat. She is about 44 pounds. More recent photos are shown below (from today, September 16, 2017.)
We would re-home her only to a home we feel well with. She needs to be with her pack and not left alone. Siberian Huskies are a unique breed, not like other dogs. We were told by someone who knows Siberians that Aura is a purebred. We do not have papers.
The new home preferably has a larger area with a six foot high secure fence. Please consider, if you have interest in adopting her, to spend plenty of time with her especially at the beginning, like with a two-year-old child, so she can transition without stress to her new family.
She is an extraordinary dog and will bring much to the lives of her new home. Why do we want to re-home her? We'd love to keep her in our lives, but our lifestyle makes it very difficult. We need to be able to travel spontaneously, including to places we can't bring her. We feel she needs a more stable home with more space to run and opportunities for an active life than we can give her.
We are asking for a $200 re-homing fee. She will come with a pet cot and bed, harness, leashes, brushes and remaining Taste of the Wild Salmon dog food.
We are in Coarsegold, California. Please contact us if you have interest.
Gary and Kati
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