Almost a year old.
Has had a litter of pups but not the reason for sale.
Work commitments I'm now doing 40+ a week, and her routine and behaviour hasn't been her bestest the past few weeks and I of course feel really bad for leaving her by herself for a long period of time daily.
She has some behavioural issues it's probably because she's left alone alot and need a friend or maybe someone who can offer her alot more attention and bond with her like she deserves.
She has the odd accident due to her being alone at home, and she will eat/rip down anything she can, if you know the breed then you know what huskies are capable of.
Apart from the behavioural issues, she's very energetic loves her walks, she's toilet trained (apart from accidents) car trained, knows sit paw etc, she's very loyal and friendly too. Great with kids and dogs.
Not cat tested, she's seen them and haven't been bothered (unsure about living with them) but she has a heart of gold. It is a very sad sale, so 5* homes is a must. She comes with papers and she's chipped.
Will drop as low as £150 if the home is right for lottie. Serious enquiries only please as a home is urgently needed for lottie as my hours could increase and of course i want her to have a life and someone who can take of her.
Will explain further on about vaccines.
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