With us since December 17th, 2019.
Leila is a young, energetic female husky. She joined our rescue in December 2019 with her little puppies Amber, Gabi, Oliver, Nala and Peanut.
From day one, Leila settled in the Sanctuary so well. Most of her day, she still spends taking care of puppies. A few times a day, Leila goes for a walk into a big yard, where she spends this time playing, digging, and running with dogs.
Leila is a busy lady with an active social life. In a very short time, she made friends with Meli and Lara. She enjoys playing with her besties.
We already had an opportunity to introduce Leila to cats, and she had no interest in them (so far).
We are amazed by how quickly and easily she gets along with dogs and people. Despite being exposed to the stressful environment of the shelter, when she came, she instead looked relieved and happy than stressed.
Leila is a very smart, affectionate, very friendly, and loving dog. The perfect family for her would be someone who is leading an active lifestyle, hiking, training with the dog.
If this beautiful husky captured your heart, please consider adopting her. If you can not adopt, but still want to help, please donate towards her expenses.
December 2019 – veterinary examination did not detect any health problems.
January 2020 – de-worming
Adoption fee: 450 Euros.
Leila will be given for adoption with international passport, vaccinated and microchip-ed.
If you wish to sponsor Leila’s fees, please donate to:
STICHTING SLED DOG RESCUE
IBAN: NL83 ABNA 0547 9873 74
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