Elsa - Stunning small Husky





Good with other dogs:

Good with children:

Good with cats:

5 Years



Yes (part of adoption)




Elsa came into care in an emaciated state. She had a poor coat and as well as being underweight was extremely frightened. She was fearful and very nervous of anything near her head or back. After many weeks in care she has put on much needed weight. She now loves her walks and exercise and has received treatments for her 
poor unkept coat and skin. Elsa is now also fully vaccinated and one very happy girl. She enjoys attention, love, cuddles and most of all lots of exercise. She can still be nervous if put under too much pressures however is very happy to be touched and stroked by human again. Elsa gets along with other dogs when out on her travels and does mix well with calmer less busy dogs. We feel she will enjoy life better as the only girl and being the apple of your eye. A Husky experienced home would be beneficial for her due to Huskies having a high prey drive. Elsa is now loving her time in the sunshine, her people interactions and playtimes.
Elsa needs a calmer home with lots of one to ones. A routine and lots of exercise is essential for her 
wellbeing. Our girl is very loving and enjoys attention however too many pressures on her are essential on her settling in periods. A less busy home with adults only or older teenagers is a must. Due to Elsa's sad and difficult past life a home where someone can offer a routine and lots of company is crucial. An adopter that works part time or works from home would be perfect for our girl. She isn't for couch potatoes in life as she loves exercise, adventures and is an athletic lady. An outdoorsy loving home would be a perfect match for her. If you feel you are that special human or couple for our girl please fill in an online application today.
We are passionate about helping stray and abandoned dogs and we have many in our care from the Yorkshire pounds and very difficult circumstances. We help a huge volume that are struggling to find rescue at the Yorkshire stray kennels and help many many bull breeds too. Due to misconceptions and bad press rescue dogs often struggle to find loving homes. Not all rescue dogs are damaged animals and they deserve love and a dedicated owner. Please contact us for more details about our Ronald and essential details about yourself. Support is crucial to our small charity who exists entirely on volunteers. We have no staff just a passion for the welfare of stray dogs in Yorkshire.
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