October 14, 2009

MuckLuck: A Siberian Husky for Winter, and you

Yet another disturbing sign that Winter is coming: Countryside Humane Society offers up MuckLuck for adoption -- a Siberian Husky.

The breed originated in eastern Siberia, stretching south from the Arctic Ocean. Siberian Huskies, bred in the extreme cold and harsh environment of the Siberian Arctic (as Wiki explains), were imported into Alaska during the Nome Gold Rush and later spread into the United States and Canada. They were initially sent to Alaska and Canada as sled dogs.

Yeah, a Winter dog.

MuckLuck is a white with red markings and blue eyes, an active dog who would make a good walking or jogging partner, with or without snow. MuckLuck is said to be housetrained and good with children. She is already spayed and ready for a new home. MuckLuck would fit best in a family of experienced dog owners. (Paging Cesar Millan?)

Come see MuckLuck before the snow falls, at Countryside Humane Society, at 2706 Chicory Road, or call (262) 554-6699.


  1. Did the small dog from last week get adopted?

  2. Anon 6:55-- Sorry for the delay. Yes, Mitchell and his brother were adopted. But there are other dogs still waiting for good homes ... :-(