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Siberian Husky/Mix


Date of Birth
August 6, 2019

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About Nevis

Photos courtesy of Kayli McClelland Photography

“Hi, I’m Nevis, and my big brown eyes are here to steal your heart!” – xo, Nevis

Nevis is nothing short of wonderful. He has only been here in his foster home for a couple of days and he has already blown my expectations out of the water. He is house trained, took to the crate within a day, knows a few tricks, is great in the car and walks really nicely on leash.

His big, perky radar ears somehow get bigger and perkier when you say the word “walk” – exploring is one of his favourite things to do! He has been non-reactive to everything on leash so far. Although bunnies and tricycles have piqued his interest, he has no trouble forgetting about them when asked to move along.

Nevis LOVES to play. Give this boy a toy to chase and he will have the time of his life, and so will you! So far he’s not keen on sharing toys with the resident dog, but I think with time and a foundation of trust he will relax on that idea a little.

While he is very excited about the resident dog, they are having to take their friendship slowly. Baby steps for this guy. Nevis would likely do well, in time, with another wrastlin’, rompin’ pooch like himself.

Despite all his awesome qualities, Nevis is a nervous boy and so he needs a home that is prepared to take things at his pace and respect his boundaries. At this time he hasn’t met any tiny humans and would likely do best in a quieter home with older or no kiddos. He is working hard to feel more comfortable with things like vet visits, grooming, and having his paws touched!

This sweet, gentle boy is looking for somebody to love. Will you be the lucky human that gets to wake up to these big brown eyes every day?

Good with Cats?

Not tested with Cats

Good with Dogs?

Only tested with Larger Breed Dogs

Good with Kids?

Not tested with Kids

Do I Need Special Care?

Yes, Behavioral Special Needs - Nevis is a quite nervous about loud voices and touch. He will need help building his confidence and learning to trust.

Animal In Care

This animal is currently an Animal in Care with AARCs and is not available for adoption at this time.

Please note that applications will not be accepted for this animal until they have been posted on our Adoptable Animals page.

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