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Breed: Siberian Husky
Age: 6 years old
Sex: Female
Eyes: Blue
Coat: Black and White
Foster: Karen Fenton
Cookie! Don’t you need a Cookie?
Cookie is the sweetest delight you and your family could have in your life. She is approximately 6 years old with gentle manners and a dance in her groove.

Cookie is a small, blue eyed black and white Siberian Husky girl with a huge personality.

Sadly with changes in home, life and time to spend with her, her family has not been able to give her the life, time and exercise she needs to be the happiest Cookie. They love her and want her very best life for her. We are looking to find that adoptive family that loves to go for walks or on trails, might enjoy learning the fun sport of scootering and time for gentle kisses every day.

But if you are looking for that Tik Tok doggo that sings; she’s not the one- Cookie is one of those Siberians that barely talks or howls at all. But one Siberian trait she DOES have is she is an escape artist; and open door is an invitation for her to go meet all of your neighbors. Alone with no buddies in the yard- no problem, she will go out to meet some. She LOVES new friends! The old saying is true- a bored husky is a mischievous husky.

She loves children of all ages and has been there for the birth of two tiny humans and played with many toddlers. She is trained to pull in Canicross/Scooter/and Sledding. She’s a smart cookie! She’s house and crate trained and ADORES sitting on the back of the couch behind your shoulders looking out the window. We tease her that she’s a cat-dog.

We ADORE her and know you will too- contact us if you think you can give this special girl the finest days.

She is a spayed Female, 6 years old, Housetrained, Crate Trained, Lead Trained, good with Children, good with Large Dogs, has Rabies vaccinations, has DHLPP vaccinations, microchipped.

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