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Samantha needs a new foster family or her furever home to find her. She is approximately 3-4 years old and does have Addisons disease, this is something that is totally manageable. Currently NW Snowdog Rescue is paying for her medical expenses via generous donations made to us. This will continue until her forever family finds her. The vet has estimated that her monthly medical expenses will be $100, this includes a DOCP injection every 30-45 days for the rest of her life. All medical information will be provided to a new foster home or forever home.

Samantha needs a home that is low stress. She would actually be fine in a town house or apartment setting – provided the family is active and takes her on several walks a day. Even a small fenced backyard is good.

Below are notes from her foster mom who knows her best:

It has come time for Samantha to find her furever home!!

Things to know about Sammy;

1. She does have Addisons (totally manageable with daily very lose dose of meds and once a month injection) does not effect anything else. (Kinda like human stuff)

2. She loves her human affection.

3. She loves her food (does need a little work on not getting carried away)

4. She has played really well with Penny and Valor, her foster family, but gets a little jealous when it comes to feeding times (shes never been in a pack environment before)

5. She does okay on walks, does not pull super hard but could still use some work. Might be easier if foster mom wasn’t walking 3 dogs, haha.

6. She loves everyone and everything, including cats (no aggression towards them according to last home have not witnessed it myself)

7. Has been perfect at vet and grooming.

8. Loves car rides

9. She has been left home alone for hours while at work and has not destroyed/chewed up anything.

If Samantha sounds like your kind of pup you could love and commit to. Or just want to meet and see. Please contact email nwsnowdogrescue@aol.comfor more information and an application for adoption.

Samantha is about as great as a husky can be...

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