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2 years & 6 months old
Siberian Husky
Special Needs: 
Only Dog: 

Sienna | 2.5yo | 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 Heroes have done a great job of instilling some manners.  She is toilet trained for the most part, however she doesn't have access to bedrooms as she pees on beds when no one is looking!!  She can sit and wait for her dinner meals or treats and has learnt to walk nicely on lead.

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 and has always lived with other dogs, so we would prefer a companion for her in her new home. She likes to play in the typical rough Husky way so a Husky companion or another friendly dog of medium or large size would be ideal for her.

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. 

Sienna has not shown to be an escape artist but will dig a 'Husky hole' to keep cool. She will require 6 foot secure fencing and daily exercise in her new home.

Breed experience is a must for Sienna - not for interstate adoption

MC# 956000005901262

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 dysplasia 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.

Adoption Fee: 
Extra Information: 
Not cat friendly
Not pocket pet friendly
Not suitable with children
Gets along with other dogs
Sienna the Siberian Husky