All of the animals posted on our site have been temperament tested. While not all are in the immediate area, once we have processed and approved your application, we will move the dog to our adoptive area for you to meet, greet and hopefully adopt. Sometimes we will have more than one application on a dog. That does not mean it automatically goes to another family but you should be aware of the fact that until you are approved and set up for the meet/greet.. the dog could get adopted by another applicant.
Nina is a glorious example of a Siberian husky in her prime. She is beautiful just sitting still, and even more outstanding when she engages those well honed muscles and runs like the wind. We will require a physically fenced yard for her and she would do best with an active family. The more you like to jog/run/hike, the happier she will be. Here is what her foster has to say about her..." good with medium to large dogs, not good with small animals, energetic, well behaved, loving, beautiful and enjoys riding in cars. Nina is a very sweet girl that loves people, and has been good with dogs and kids. She has not been around cats." If you are looking for an active companion, you will not find a better one than Nina! A SPECIAL NOTE TO YOU FROM NINA'S FOSTER: She is extremely well behaved and has perfect house manners. She would nudge us when she needs to go out for a bathroom break. She does not get onto furniture or chew anything besides her toys. She is fully crate trained, but she does not have to be in a crate and we give her free roam of the whole house without any problems. Nina is very smart and enjoys food puzzles. She knows commands, sit, down, stay, and will not start eating until you tell her to; she will sit before you give her food. She enjoys car rides, and would be perfect for a family that goes camping and hiking. She needs a very active family who is willing to take her on long walks every day and adventures on weekends. She also requires a secure fenced in yard, where the family can just open the back door for her to go out without having to be on leash all the time. She should not be off leash in public places. She walks well on leash, but can pull sometimes, and is not recommended for a child to walk her. She gets excited when a car door or house door opens, and will take off when she gets the opportunity, so are must be taken with open doors. Nina absolutely loves people and wants to greet everyone. We walked passed several dogs that barked at her, and she could not care less.
If you are interested in Nina, please fill out an application at: