Sienna | 1y 7mo | 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 Hero's have done a great job of instilling some manners.
She is toilet trained for the most part (doesn't have access to bedrooms as she pee's on bed's when no one is looking!!)
She can sit and wait for her dinner meals or treats and has learnt to walk nicely on leash.
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, at times she's a cheeky little miss, but for the most part she's pretty much a socail butterfly now days. She likes to play in the typical rough husky way so a husky companion would be ideal for her. Initially she tried to boss other dogs around, but in her foster pack she has settled for spot no 2 after a week of pushing did not budge Mr Kobalt from his throne. Foster sister Akira (who couldn't care who was boss!) is now her bestie and they like to cuddle together on the couch after playing non-stop for hours.
If fact, even now Mr Kobalt who is not a snuggler, has been spied having a little quiet time on the couch with Sienna here and there, so she must be a very special soul to have earnt his respect :)
Sienna will need other dogs in the home to be of medium or large size.
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.
As Sienna has always lived with other dogs so we would prefer a companion for her in her new home.
Sienna has not shown to be an escape artist but will dig a 'Husky hole' to keep cool. She will require 6ft secure fencing and daily exercise in her new home.
Breed experienced preferred.
So if you can look past Sienna's stunning good looks, and into her heart of hearts and think you can provide her with the safe and committed environment she needs to build her confidence and life skills apply now at https://www.arcticrescue.org.au/adopt
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 displaysia 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.