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Date Posted: 17:22:16 08/14/06 Mon
Author: Debbie kear
Subject: Alaskan Husky Pupppy Needs a Home!

I am in Alaska right now, where my two Alaskan Husky pups (1 yr olds) are being trained to race with an expierienced Iditarod sled dog team at Plettner kennels. “Wrangell” is my two dog's 1 year old Alaskan Husky brother. He was sent to the pound late last week because the kennel owner does not feel he can "make the cut" to be on the “professional”(Iditarod) mushing circuit. He would make a great recreational sled dog or pet. He needs just a little more training to not chew on his harness and other equipment. His father, GAZE, ran in 2 Iditarods and 2 Yukon Quests, so he does have good lineage.
“Wrangell” is leash trained and knows several commands like: stay, sit, and come. He is very sweet, quiet, and playful, loves to be petted and held just like his sisters. He weighs about 55 pounds, has shorter hair (not like a Siberian Husky) and won’t shed much if you keep him brushed. “Wrangell” has not been neutered or housetrained. He is a quick learner (very smart like Alaskans are) and has been in a crate before. He would probably do well with crate training in order to be house -broken if someone wanted to go that route.
“Wrangell” can be shipped via airplane from Anchorage to anywhere. Please contact me if you are interested in adopting him...I will get him out of the pound and discuss how to get him home from Alaska to you. I need to know ASAP if you are interested in adopting him. The pound does not keep them more than 10 days, and he was put in Aug 9! Please give him a chance! I have spent time with him, he seems like a good dog.
More info and pictures of him at my website,


www.debsdoggiebooties.com

or reach me at

debbiek914@yahoo.com or 610.393.9135


I'd REALLY like to save this dog!

Debbie

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