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 Suni D6541

Suni D6541

Beautiful Suni (Watch my video on FB!) was rescued from a rural distant shelter.  Her time was up when we were contacted to save her. This shelter only hold strays and have no adoptions. Only 1 animal control officer tries to feed the dogs until stray hold is up. Dogs are left alone for very long hours. Suni is dog and people friendly. She was gentle friendly with MyKayla, a Mal mix pup that came to us also. She is calm for a husky. She was quiet in her shelter cage where she stayed for long hours and rarely walked. Once taken out of cage she was happy and ready for a walk. More info. to come as she relaxes and learns at her foster home.

8/24/21 Update: Suni was great with her bath, hanging out and is very sweet. No accidents in their home. She loves going out to yard. She can be pushy to play with other dogs and doesn't know manners yet to back off. She will need an active dog like her to play with. No cats. She will chase. She needs a home with attached yard.

9/3/21 Update: She’s a great dog, very easy and “chill”. Loves to sit outside and take in nature, play with her toys and just hang out.

**Note: Adoption in SF Bay Area Only**

Details of Suni D6541

  • Name: Suni D6541
  • Type: Dog
  • Gender: Female
  • Breed: Husky
  • Age: 3 years 2 months
  • Color: Black with Gray or Silver
  • Size: 40 lbs.
  • House trained: Yes


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