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QUINN Husky Wyandotte, MI

  • Adult
  • Female
  • Medium
  • Brown / Chocolate, White / Cream


Funny, Athletic, Smart, Curious
Coat length
Vaccinations up to date, spayed / neutered.
Good in a home with
Other dogs.
Adoption fee

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Quinn is estimated to be about 4 years old and just over 60 pounds. And boy is she entertaining! She loves adventures and thinks everything is her business!

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Thank you for your interest in adopting! If you think the animal in this profile might be a good fit for your home and would like to meet them, here's how!

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2. Click on the Apply To Adopt button to submit an online adoption application.

NOTE: You will get an email confirmation that we have received your
application. If you do not see this email appear upon submission, please check
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3. Your application will be processed and a volunteer will call or email with any

NOTE: If any questions are left unanswered or incomplete, the application
cannot be processed. A completely filled out application will take 1-3 days to

4. We will set up a time with you to meet the animal you've applied to adopt!

** We DO give preference to applicants with verifiable dog experience as a
primary caretaker.

All dogs are spayed/neutered, heartworm negative unless otherwise indicated.

All are up to date on age appropriate vaccinations and current on heartworm prevention!

Additional questions...

Does this dog get along with cats?

There is almost always an acclimation period when a new pet joins the household. We are happy to suggest a few ways to ease the transition. If one of our dogs is reported to have lived with cats previously, that will be indicated in the dog's description!

Does this dog react well to other dogs?

No dog loves every other dog, just as humans do not like every other human they meet. A proper introduction (meet and greet) would be required as part of our application process.

Is this dog good with children?

The better question is how the children have been taught to handle animals. A dog will respond negatively if he/she is not being handled properly. We can offer suggestions on how to teach children to interact with dogs and pay attention to body language. Young children should never be left unsupervised with new dogs.

How did this dog end up in a shelter?

The top reasons dogs are given up are:

Moving without considering the needs of the pets
Death of the owner with no plan in place for the pets
Previous owner did not provide appropriate training
Owner did not consider the lifespan of a dog
Owner did not consider the cost of providing for a dog
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