Jack is a purebred woolly coat Siberian Husky. He is 8 years old and only weighs about 50 pounds. Jack is shy initially but is sweet as can be once he gets used to you. He is low energy and a healthy boy. He does fine with the stairs in his foster home but he will likely need help with stairs or need a ramp when he gets older. Jack enjoys his walks and is mostly quiet but he does talk to you as most huskies do, especially when he decides that he’s ready for second breakfast.

He does fine with other dogs, but he does need a home without cats and small dogs. (He does seem to be fine with dogs around 20 lbs or more so they can be considered on a case by case basis.) Jack should also go to a home without young children. Jack is great at going poop outside but is working on his marking habit. He was neutered recently and it is helping a lot but he should wear a belly band inside until the habit is completely formed; he has no problem wearing a belly band.  Jack has perfect blood work, and has no signs of aging (arthritis, hip dysplasia) yet aside from having a low energy level.

Jack is being fostered through Main Street Mutt Rescue in Bellingham, WA.

ODH has not met this dog; we urge prospective adopters to do their own evaluation.