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8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

Postby roymp625 » Wed, 10 Feb 2016 9:24 pm

hi everyone, i have to give up my siberian husky because i recently moved into a smaller apartment with tenants there sadly isn't enough space for my dear dog to run around. I hope someone that is willing to take her on will give her the life she truly deserves.

name: Kayla, Spayed. (8 years old) please email me at roymp625@hotmail.com only interested parties. Owners with lawns and non-first time dog owners preferred.
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Re: 8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

Postby PNGMK » Wed, 10 Feb 2016 10:11 pm

Ah that's so sad. I've adopted a rabbit and cat but I can't fit a dog in as well.
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Re: 8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

Postby sundaymorningstaple » Wed, 10 Feb 2016 11:35 pm

Worse still, I have a park in front of my flat, but I live in an HDB and I'm sure a Husky is not an approved breed.

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Re: 8 year old Siberian husky up for adoption

Postby PNGMK » Thu, 11 Feb 2016 9:05 am

I'm not bashing the OP at all but this is a very valid reason why others should think very hard about buying large breed puppies. There are very limited options if they need to give the dog up in Singapore. There just aren't enough people in landed properties who will adopt these beautiful dogs. Stick to your small breeds.

Another factor I have discovered is that some (well most) locals here are anal about paperwork. I ended up with a beautiful $400 dwarf blue rabbit for free as it's expat owner didn't have the paperwork for some reason and Singaporean's wouldn't take it off him. Without the paperwork exporting the rabbit when he left was a no-go as well.
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