Hi, my name is Spirit and I am a 10 month to 1 year old neutered male Siberian Husky (as near as the vet can tell).
My foster Mom found me in her front yard with a broken leg. I was hit by a car and the people just kept going.
The vet says it looks like my previous owners "cropped" my ears with scissors. My tail is cropped too. I don't understand why people do what they do. Foster Mom calls me Spirit because despite what I've been through at such a young age, it didn't break my spirit.
I love everyone! When people come to visit my foster Mom, I give them kisses and roll over on my back to get my tummy rubbed.
I get along with both male and female dogs of all sizes (I have lots of Yorkie friends). And I'm housebroken.
I'm supposed to stay inactive for 22 days while my leg heals. But I really love attention and socializing with other pets and people.
I am gentle, sweet, and good with other dogs. And I'm looking for a "forever" home where I can be loved and be a member of the family. The vet says I am full-grown, but I do need to gain a few pounds. I weigh about 42 pound right now.
Just as dogs don't judge you on your looks, please don't hold my cropped ears and tail against me. It wasn't something I had a choice about. Foster Mom says I'm a great dog and some wonderful family is going to proud to have me.
For information on adopting me, send email to my Foster Mom at firstname.lastname@example.org