Gus was previously adopted out by SHRF two years ago but now, through no fault of his own, his owners
are no longer able to keep him and he has returned to us in the hopes of finding a loving, forever home.
He’s a handsome boy who shows off the uniqueness of some Huskies, their bi-eyes. It’s hard to describe
but there’s something about these beautiful dogs with bi-eyes. Their gaze always seems to promote
some sense of intrigue.
Gus is very friendly and gets along with all the other dogs. He is doing wonderfully in his foster home and
is quite the bundle of energy. He and his foster sister have become best buddies. They play nonstop and
chase each other around the house and yard.
Gus is quite the counter surfer and garbage hunter, so care must be taken when leaving food out on the
kitchen counter until this behavior is corrected. His foster mom is also working with him to stop jumping
on people when they enter the house.
Gus is a happy-go-lucky boy, good with kids of any age. Even as a young adult he still loves to chew, so
plenty of chew toys are a must.
Gus walks very well on lead. He also does not appear to be a typical Husky escape artist, as he has not
tried to dig under the fence (actually, he doesn't dig at all) or jump over it, even when there is something
on the other side. He just sits and watches. However, we never recommend Huskies be left unattended
Gus is healthy, Heartworm negative, neutered, microchipped and up-to-date on all his shots. Can you
look into his eyes and say you wouldn’t like to have him in your life? You can wait and mull it over and
get in line to adopt him or better yet, fill out an adoption application now at the upper left corner of this
page and let someone else be the one waiting in line.