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Ugg

Male Puppy Blue Heeler Australian Cattle Dog (mixed)
Meet Ugg, a four-month-old pup who is looking for his forever home. This pup might as well be called "Ugg the Love Bug" because that's h... show more
Meet Ugg, a four-month-old pup who is looking for his forever home. This pup might as well be called "Ugg the Love Bug" because that's how he is. He loves all kinds of people and especially enjoys giving lots of snuggles and kisses to toddlers! He's super smart and lots of fun! The vet says that he is a Heeler/ACD mix, but we're pretty sure he's part rabbit because he loves to hop up as high as he can. Maybe he has a future in agility competition, but one thing for sure, this boy will need a high fence in his forever home! Ugg and his siblings, the Winter Clothing pups, were born just before Christmas to a 50 lb mom, but since their dad is unknown, we can’t know for sure how big they’ll get. Ugg is 16 weeks old and about 20 lbs, though, so will likely be a medium-sized dog when fully grown. His adopters should have breed experience with Australian Cattle Dogs or similarly high-energy, highly intelligent breeds. His family will be committed to providing structure and advanced training or maybe agility. He'll need a family who can help him build confidence and understand his place in the home. If you have the experience and want a loyal friend to join you in your highly active lifestyle, then snuggle up and cuddle, Ugg may be a match for you! Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less
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Yana

Female Adult Husky Mixed Breed (mixed)
Yana is a super typical husky female, with all of the drama and opinions one would expect from a dog of this type. She's a fairly easy d... show more
Yana is a super typical husky female, with all of the drama and opinions one would expect from a dog of this type. She's a fairly easy dog to live with, very silly and playful, but she's got a laudry list of thoughts on how things should be done and low motivation to work for a handler just because. Yana's best match would be with someone who's familiar with and enjoys the husky way of life, she's a lovely companion and loves to be brushed, but she's going to come when it suits her and she finds repetative obedience tasks beneath her. Yana is a middle of the road temperament with low-moderate activity level. She's got the husky beauty and drama, but is not a noisy backtalker and does not carry on like a husky when bathed/groomed. Yana walks well on a leash, she responds to leash pressure if she starts to pull, and she enjoys a walk. She'd be ok without a fenced yard, but is not likely to ever be a compliant off leash dog if no fence is present. Yana is perfectly happy doing what Yana wants, which is almost always something sweet and funny. Yana is pretty much a cat, without the random snotty behaviors some cats are prone to. Yana has not been dog social while she's been in training. She can suppress her thoughts and not cause problems with non-confrontational dogs after slow intros, but she's not shown any signs of wanting to interact with dogs friends. Her thoughts on other dogs seem to be that they are beneath her and they need to leave her alone. This is very typical of the huskies I've worked to date, and she'll be most successful if she's placed as an only dog. Yana has some food resource guarding behavior, which is usually a source of conflict between dogs in the average adopter's home. She was indifferent to the cats, but it was more of a haughty attitude and I would not be surprised if she goes after a cat who comes to investigate when she has a bone or has food. She's got a household conversational vocabulary, but has very little interest in commands like sit, down, etc. She will take treats on occassion, but pair them with a command request and she's done taking rewards. Such a cat. She has a low level of energy and needs no specific exercise. Meander, dance, play bow, wander, she just kinda goes around doing Yana things until she's good and ready to come in. She'll usually come when she's called in, but sometimes I get the Husky stare and she's just not gonna do it. She's sort of an introvert type of dog and would likely do well with a single person or couple who has little interest in dog bars or big dog buddy gatherings, she's more of a walk in the woods kinda gal. She'll do best with a quiet, kind person who has some dog sense and is a confident handler. It did take her quite awhile to get comfortable enough to push things. Expect a honeymoon period where she's good as gold before she starts to push her new person's buttons to see what they're made of. She really is a very sweet dog, husky people should really enjoy her.    Yana is approx. 3 years old and about 60lb. She is a sweet, happy girl who was unfortunately heartworm positive. She has completed her treatment and is now waiting patiently for her forever home. Yana has completed a board and train program to work on manners and basic obedience. She will be in South Carolina with our boarding partner until she has an approved adopter in New England.   Please note: We do not have a physical facility and the dogs are not located in Hudson, NH. We are a foster-based rescue and dogs can be located anywhere in New England. All adopters must be pre-approved to arrange a meet and greet, and the adopter is expected to travel to the dog's location. We do not transport once the dogs arrive in New England. Applications must be submitted at HarveysHope.org for consideration. We estimate it will be 1-2 weeks before you hear from one of our volunteers. Thank you!  show less