Active husky returned to shelter for the third time for ‘being a husky’

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At the Humane Society of Tulsa, a gorgeous husky is back at the shelter for the third time. She was returned for “being a husky.”

Just in case you’re considering adopting Lady, here are the basics:

“Siberian Huskies need to be exercised 30 to 60 minutes daily to keep them from becoming bored. They make excellent jogging companions, but should not be exercised in hot weather. Surprisingly, they need only a small (but secure) backyard to expend their energy.”

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Lady is extremely active and needs a home that understands the breed. According to the rescue organization, this gal loves to play, going for walks and knows lots of commands. She knows “sit, down, paw, stay, speak, back up, spin, rollover and leave it.”

In addition to being very smart, Lady does well with children and other animals. She is fully vaccinated, heartworm negative, spayed, given flea, tick and heartworm protection and of course -is microchipped.

Please share Lady’s story with friends, family and social media contacts. This gorgeous dog deserves a forever home.

If interested, contact:

Humane Society of Tulsa is located at 6232 E. 60th Street, Tulsa, Oklahoma.

Phone: 918.495.3647

Email: spot@tulsapets.com

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2 replies
  1. Jan Barnes says:

    THE LUNATICS SHOULD BE ABANDONED BECAUSE THEY ARE “SUBHUMAN”!

    PLEASE FIND THIS BEAUTY THE LOVING HOMES SHE DESERVES!

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  2. Casper says:

    As a Siberian owner for 11 years I’ve told literally hundreds of people they do NOT want a Husky. They require not just extensive exercise but near constant human companionship.

    Without both the dog will be miserable and the humans frustrated, and the dog will be dumped in a backyard (often on a chain) or dumped I. A shelter.

    The dogs’ natures make sense considering the breed’s development. They lived and worked in constant contact with humans.

    If you can’t or won’t give the dog what it needs, DO NOT GET A SIBERIAN!

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