Wax Updated Bio - Adopted
Wax is an amazing dog, he is hoping someone who enjoys outdoor activities will find him and make him part of the family.
April-2023 Wax is a 2 year old male white-coated blue-eyed Siberian Husky. He was rescued from a county animal shelter in Washington. His health is excellent. Wax has learned basic obedience commands and completed a behavioral training course. Maturity and self-control have advanced significantly during his time in a quiet single-adult household. House-breaking habits and relieving on leash or in designated areas are well established. A typical active Husky, Wax requires abundant daily exercise and deserves a high activity lifestyle. He would excel at search-and-rescue, sled pulling, or any agility tasks. After two hikes daily he still has energy to spare. He’s very independent, not a snuggler or guard dog in temperament. Lots of tough chew toys help satisfy his natural chewing desires. When at rest he is content to be at your feet, side, or in his rest areas. Wax sleeps soundly on a dog bed throughout the night. He is very quiet in his current home, with some excited vocalization at feeding time. Due to his playful dominant nature, an environment with vigilant assertive adult handler(s) familiar with the breed is essential. Wax exhibits intrinsic Siberian Husky high prey drive so needs appropriate supervision and control around small animals, such as cats, squirrels, rabbits, and fowl. He interacts well with most dogs, but would not be compatible with cohabitating with small animals who might trigger his prey drive. Wax is currently residing in south King County, WA. Documentation includes: Proof of ownership Veterinary examination records confirming good health Record of neutering Up-to-date DA2PP, Bordetella, and Rabies vaccinations Record of deworming and parasite medication Record of Revolution medication Microchip transferrable registration (Home Again brand)
IMPORTANT: NWSR has not evaluated this dog in person, the information has been provided by his current owner. As with any rescue dog, all information known is provided to potential adopters. Potential homes will be asked to complete an application and have a yard check to make sure that there is secure fencing. Please email NWSnowdogRescue@aol.com for an application.