Nyko is one of those Husky pups that was adopted as a handsome and adorable puppy and turned out to be more than the older owner could handle. We often say ”think before you knee jerk and adopt that cute puppy”. This owner paid BIG BUCKS for an adorable puppy that she was not prepared to own for the rest of HIS life. Now, Critter Cavalry Rescue is picking up the pieces. This boy is 18 months old and 73 pounds. He is fabulous with other dogs and really wants a friend to play with. We want him to have a canine pal at the house and of course a fenced and secured yard. He loves kids but this big boy is a bit clumsy so we suggest children over 8 years of age that don’t mind him accidentally bumping them with his substantial body when he is playing. Nyko is kind, he is loving and he is an innocent boy that only wants to love you. He is working on leash training and crate training that the first owner never did for him. The good news is, Nyko is an exceptionally handsome Husky boy with mesmerizing blue eyes and a personality to match! You cannot go wrong with Nyko who is fully house-trained and well-mannered enough to leave out of a crate at night and for short periods during the day. Very smart and trainable, he loves belly rubs, running around outside (well behaved in a fenced area) and people (he thinks he’s a lap dog). You know some Huskies are fence climbers…but Nyko is the exception and we could not be more HAPPY! This boy is currently in Nashville, TN and we transport up on our transport van every weekend. We cannot adoption to MA residents unfortunately, but can to everyone else!
PLEASE NOTE: Our dogs are transported from Tennessee to meeting places in the states where we have posted. Further information about us is given on our Adopt-A-Pet site. The adoption fees vary and will be provided as well as noted on the application you receive. Contact us at 615-661-5333 or firstname.lastname@example.org Sorry, we cannot adopt to MA residents.
Shelter Name: Critter Cavalry Rescue New England – VT
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