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Max Siberian Husky Palo Alto, CA

  • Young
  • Male
  • Large


Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs, cats, children.

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Meet Max

All of our dogs are spayed/neutered, shots current (DHPP, Bordetella and Rabies where applicable), dewormed, flea and tick treated, and microchipped.
* If you are interested in a dog, please first read the biography on the dog (keep scrolling down for the bio!) and then go to our website, for an application. Our adoption fees vary. Each biography will specifically list the adoption fee.Adoption Fee: $600

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Max is a 7 Month old Siberian Husky who is coming to you directly from the stages of Broadway! These brothers, Max and Leo, are full of charisma and charm, and are ready to impress you with their talented voices and wits. Arriving from the shelter, Max and Leo's goal is to step into the limelight and steal their forever families' hearts. DPS will be looking for separate homes for each brother because both pups need their individual spotlight. Just like his character in The Producers, Max is very outgoing and loves to show Leo who is in charge. But don't let his confident shell fool you; on the inside, Max is a lovable companion who enjoys snuggling with his foster family and figuring out what they are up to faster than you can say "Break a leg!" As these boys grow, they will become large pups looking to keep their new families active and engaged.

Words from the Foster:
"Max is the first to run around and explore new places when he finds them. He is the leader of his brother and is very confidently curious about everything he experiences. He is also very watchful of his foster family and loves to follow us around for snuggles. He loves to curl up next to us on the couch when he is ready for a nap. He also has a wonderful singing voice and promises to win his new family a Tony for his performances.
Max is doing well walking on a leash and knows how to sit to get a treat. Max is undaunted by cold or rain, and happy to frolic outside regardless of weather. We leave Max loose in the house unattended for 1.5 hr when he seems pretty chill, like after he has been out for a walk. He went through a very chewy phase and is coming out of it but there is still some risk. Max goes easily in his crate with a little kibble enticement.
Max and Leo play very well with our big dog and have had curious interactions with our two cats. They are working on house training but are puppies, so of course accidents are expected! While the brothers are more mellow than your typical husky, they will still be active pups when fully grown and can't wait to plan some adventures with their forever families!"

A Day in the Life of Max:
"Max and Leo wake up around 7 AM after sleeping through the night. After some morning greetings, they run outside for a potty break. After breakfast, they go outside for about 1 hour to run around and play. Then they hang out inside with the resident dogs until their foster mom has a break to take them for a morning walk. After the morning walk they get a chewie and then nap. They have a kibble snack in the middle of the day and then romp outside and/or nap. They get another walk in the afternoon/early evening. They have dinner at 7 PM, go out immediately after to relieve themselves, then watch some TV and go out for an evening walk around 9:30/10 PM."

Eligibility to Adopt:
Interested homes should have owned a dog in the past. Priority will be given to homes that have experience with training large-breed dogs. Kids in the home should be over the age of 7.

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