Dexter

Applications for Dexter are now closed. Huskies are magnificent intelligent and active dogs that make great companions, as long as you realise their unique needs and personality.

Dexter has an excellent temperament, is about two years old with all his work done. This breed with lots of stamina, originating from their roots as working sled dogs.

Dexter unfortunately has learnt to escape, so we are looking for a home where there are good six foot fences and someone home for most the time.

“At least once a year the Siberian husky sheds their coat, and it is then, when armed with a comb and a garbage bag, that one realises the amazing density and profusion of the typical Siberian husky coat.”

Siberian Husky Club of NSW

Dexter is fine with other dogs and he stayed overnight in a home with several indoor cats and was fine, but a running cat may be an entirely different matter. Also note that Sibs are not to be trusted with any small pets.

Dexter came to us from a home where they didn’t understand his requirements so this time we need a forever home for him.

Instead of prattling on here I have included two links below, both from the Siberian Husky Club of NSW website, with plenty of information about the breed. We strongly advise anyone contemplating getting a “Sib” to read these pages and do your own research.

For more information follow these links;

To meet Dexter please contact Lorraine on 0432 397 784


Breed and genderMale Siberian Husky
SizeMedium/large
DOB28/8/2018
Activity levelHigh
Coat careHigh
Indoor / outdoorBoth
Training levelOngoing training
Special needsHigh fences & knowledge of the breed
Adoption fee *Plus council registration if adopted in NSW*$500 See notes below
Microchip number:900164001757363
Rehoming number:R251000002
Source number:EE111769

*The adoption fee includes microchipping on the NSW Companion Animal Register, desexing, C5 vaccination,intestinal worm and flea treatment. Council registration for rescue dogs in NSW is $27.50 and $23 for pensioners.This fee applies from 18/7/2016
Best outcomes: For the best possible outcome for each adoption we do prefer that you come to us and meet the dog or puppy in person.
Please note: Even though you may be first to call, this does not always guarantee you will be chosen to adopt. By no means do we run on a “first in, first served basis”. We aim to ensure that our animals are adopted into the most suitable home for them and the new family.