This week's adoptable pet comes to us from Grateful Dogs Rescue (full disclosure: Grateful Dogs saved our dog from certain death, so we're totally biased on how awesome they are), which was established to rescue San Francisco Animal Care and Control "unadoptable dogs," (shelter dogs not made available for adoption because they needed some medical help or some behavioral training) from euthenasia. Grateful Dogs volunteers foster and work with these dogs until they get "up to speed" enough to find an appropriate Bay Area adoptive family. This week's dog is Prince, a very handsome husky:
"Prince is a 5-6 year old neutered Husky with a wonderful disposition. His ideal situation is in an adults-only home with an adopter who has some experience with or knowledge of issues typical of this breed. For example, Prince is an escape artist who needs a very secure environment. He also can be cocky with other male dogs. This handsome boy will be an excellent companion for someone who truly appreciates the unique Husky spirit."
To learn more about Prince and Grateful Dogs rescue, see their site.
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