We work in eastern PA, southern NJ, and parts of MD and DE depending on distance.
Orla means “Golden Princess”, and that’s what this little girl is to be sure. She came to us because the shelter felt she was too timid and withdrawn to be made available for public adoption. She has really come out of her shell in foster care! She loves to chase the other dogs around the yard and wrestle and play, but is very respectful of the older dogs in her foster home. Once a human earns her trust, she is affectionate and sweet. Until then she will keep her distance a little and watch, but it doesn’t take long for her to learn that most humans can be trusted. She is housebroken and crate trained, and knows some basic commands. She is quite a talker, even for a Siberian! She enjoys having conversations with humans and other dogs alike. For those who enjoy the soft “woo” of a Siberian Husky, it is beautiful music and quite amusing.
This little girl needs to go to a home that knows how to keep a Siberian safe at home. She is very, very fast, and very attuned to a door opening. She’s also very smart, and could turn out to be quite the little escape artist. Other than security, Orla’s adoptive home would only need to give her a little time to learn to trust them, make sure she has a soft place to sleep, good food, and plenty of exercise and love. She will repay her new family a hundred fold with her sweet little kisses and cuddles.
Our foster dogs live in the private homes of our volunteers. We do not have a kennel facility where the public can visit our foster dogs. Our foster dogs are up to date on vaccines, spayed or neutered, and house trained (or working on it) at the time of adoption.
We do not have a kennel facility, our foster dogs live in the homes of our volunteers. For information about adopting, please go to our main site, www.nbrescue.com, and click on Adoption Process.