We work in eastern PA, southern NJ, and parts of MD and DE depending on distance.
Referral Dogs are living with their current owners who for whatever reason need to rehome their dogs. These are not our foster dogs, but we make sure all referral dogs are up to date on shots, spayed or neutered, and find out as much about the dog's temperament as possible. Our volunteers will run adoptions for referral dogs. For information on how to adopt, please go to our main site, www.nbrescue.com, and click on Adoption Process.
Sasha is extremely affectionate, energetic and loves to walk on her leash and run around the yard. We have a 4 foot high chain link fence which she has not tested. She has no food aggression issues but loves treats and will tell you with her eyes when it is time for a treat. She is housebroken and with the exception of when she was on prednisone, does not have accidents in the house.
Sasha is a willful Siberian Husky who needs someone who can use firm and consistent methods (like Nothing in Life is Free) on a daily basis to maintain leadership over her. She will try to test limits and see what she can get away with, and she will become bossy and pushy if she does not receive consistent, firm leadership.Sasha's original owner's husband passed away in April of 2006, and had to sell her home and move in with relatives, and could not take Sasha with her. Sasha was adopted out several months ago, but over time, has begun to see what she can get away with and try to become the boss of the house, and has become bossy and pushy toward the family's other dog, although there have not been any fights between them.