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Pringles Siberian Husky Palo Alto, CA

  • Young
  • Female
  • Large


Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.

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Meet Pringles

Adoption Fee: $650
Pringles is a 9 month old purebred female Siberian Husky who weighs 48 lbs. Her and her brother were turned into our rescue. This pretty girl is the epitome of the energetic and affectionate Huskies we all adore. She is rambunctious, loving, cuddly, and so so silly, making her the perfect pup for active households who want a dog to make them laugh and liven up their lives. She is ready for all your adventures, and can't wait to take on the world with you!

When Pringles first meets new people she generally tends to be affectionate right from the start and takes comfort in being near (or physically on top of) humans. Once she gets to know people even more she gets even more lively. Overall, Pringles has a rambunctious and velcro dog personality. All she wants to do is play with other dogs, or get endless belly rubs from humans, so she makes it her life's work to seek out just that. She is a very social dog, and loves connecting! In addition, in typically Husky fashion, she is a very animated and vocal dog. She loves to serve up the typical "husky chatter" when playing with other dogs, and responds with delightful "woo-woos" after getting affection from humans. We think this is pretty darn cute! Overall, her personality is cuddly, velcro, rambunctious, silly, and energetic!

In between playtime, cuddles, and snacks, Pringles is working on some basic training. She is an OK walker on the leash and her skills are improving each day. She's very interested in almost everything she sees, so she likes to weave, but responds to simple tension corrections. She is best on the leash when she's kept on a shorter leash where you can keep her close and distract her away from squirrels, other dogs, or birds that she might want to tug towards with treats or verbal commands. Furthermore, she is mostly potty trained AND crate trained! She's easily lured into her crate with a treat, and will object for a few minutes (especially if she thinks she's missing out on something). However, after a few minutes she sleeps in her create quietly through the night, until she hears others moving about in the morning. When it comes to potty training, she has learned to go out on schedule each morning and uses a doggy door throughout the day.

Pringles has also established a daily routine with her foster:
"Pringles wakes up about 7:00 am, goes out to potty, and then on a 3 mile walk with 2 younger resident dogs. She plays with toys or the resident dogs in the back yard until breakfast at about 8:30 am. She goes on a longer walk/hike later in the morning with all 3 resident (large) dogs, More playing in the backyard and napping for the rest of the day. Dinner is at 7 pm, then it's more napping and playing until bedtime, which is 11 pm. Pringles sleeps in her crate all night, and rarely makes a peep."

Pringles is currently fostered with 3 other dogs that are medium-large in size. She is also always happy to meet new dogs on walks. Her attitude towards other dogs is very in-your-face happy and this generally works to her advantage if other dogs want to play. That being said, she is pretty good at recognizing other dogs' boundaries if they don't jive with her rough and tumble play style. She currently lives with a 10 year old dog who isn't into playing as much, and she has learned to live in peaceful coexistence despite her energetic tendencies.

Pringles is ideal for an active and experienced family who is ready to take on a puppy with a lot of energy and mischievous/silly tendencies. She would also benefit from a big backyard where she can run and get out herenergy. Pringles would also do well with other high energy dogs that won't be intimidated by her energetic and vocal tendencies. However, above all else, she needs a family that will give her all the love and attention she deserves and craves.

Pringles is only an option for those who have had a dog as an adult. Priority to those who know Husky's and explain their challenges on the bio. If there are children they need to be over the age of 8.

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