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Husky/Malamute

Discussion in 'Dog Rescue and Adoption' started by john melia, Feb 7, 2019.


  1. john melia

    john melia PetForums Newbie

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    hi looking for some advice regarding a 1yr old cross husky/malamute , he belongs to my daughter who also has a St Bernard , they do not get on too well together , and the situation is causing stress and anxiety to all the family .
    The husky/malamute , is very sociable , loves kids ,( he lives with three young boys ), but he is not receiving the attention he really requires .
    So initially my inquiry is ..... how would i go about finding him a new home , where he'd receive the
    attention and exercise he needs . At present because of the situation with the St. Bernard he is kept seperate .
    i tried posting a pic of him but for some reason it wasnt allowed and was classed as spam ??
     
  2. bunnygeek

    bunnygeek PetForums Member

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    Whereabouts are you located? First option would be to contact your local reputable rescues and also see if there's a local breed club who will know of breed rescues for Huskies/Malamutes.
     
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    john melia PetForums Newbie

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    I'm in the northeast of england , and thank you i will try that
     
  4. Ian246

    Ian246 PetForums Member

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    If you had him from a puppy it's possible the breeder might take him back (but don't get your hopes up because it's not likely) - or they might be able to advise on a suitable rehoming/rescue charity. I found this one, but I have no idea of their reputation.
    https://www.sharerescue.org/
    They are supposed to be UK-wide.
     
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