Local Dog Looking for a Home

Dog Rescue of Maryland is looking for a home for this husky.

Looking for a new addition to your family? Consider adopting a furry friend from the Dog Rescue of Maryland.

Sheeba, a husky, is looking for a home. For more information, email dogrescuemd@live.com or send a letter with contact information to P.O. Box 515, Pasadena, MD, 21123.

The following information is from the Dog Rescue of Maryland:

Breed: Husky
Black, with gray or silver
Age: Senior
Large 61-100 pounds

I am already spayed, housetrained, purebred, up to date with shots, good with kids, good with dogs, and not good with cats.

Sheeba's Story...

Sheeba is being listed as a courtesy. DRM has no additional information about her. Please contact her listing rescue at www.nbrescue.com or hthnbr@gmail.com.

Advantages of adopting an older dog...

Everyone loves puppies, but if you don’t have the time and energy to deal with boundless puppy energy, constant supervision, housetraining, and general puppy mischief, an older dog may be right for you.

Many middle-aged dogs still have several years left and make excellent companions. Best of all, they typically have lower energy levels than puppies, are house-trained, crate-trained, and don’t require constant supervision.

For example, Sheeba is a lovely 8-year-old Siberian husky. She is completely house-trained and has never had a single accident in her foster home, even after she had major surgery to repair a problem in her sinuses.

Sheeba has completely healed from her surgery and loves meeting all people. She is sociable and enjoys the company of other dogs, and likes her trips to the dog park.

Sheeba is a mature lady with excellent manners. She doesn’t chew things up, doesn’t soil in the house, and is very quiet and demure. She enjoys quiet evenings at home as well as social outings, and her gentle nature even allowed her to make friends with a horse! She is good with kids and other dogs, but needs a home without cats.

If this gentle, laid-back girl sounds like a good companion to you, please visit www.nbrescue.com for more information.


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