Happy Wet Nose Wednesday! It’s the best day of the week. There are hundreds of animals on the SouthCoast that are up for adoption, patiently waiting for their chance at a forever home. With the help of local shelters, we share their stories in hopes of finding the perfect family.
This week, we head to Fairhaven Animal Shelter in Fairhaven where a 9-month-old Husky is wagging his tail and waiting for you.
Meet Spark. Spark is full of energy and love. He has heterochromia, meaning he has two different-colored eyes, and it makes him twice as cute.
He loves other dogs, but he tends to play a little rough. Huskies never seem to know how big they actually are.
The shelter recommends that Husky’s forever family have no young children due to Spark’s size and a fenced-in yard is a must. He’ll need some house training to deal with his “zoomies” and puppy-like behavior.
Spark was just neutered and he is updated on all his vaccines. All that’s left to do is find him the perfect family.
Does Spark sound like a good fit for you and your family? Contact Fairhaven Animal Shelter, like them on Facebook, and schedule a play date today.
Spark can’t wait to meet you.
Fairhaven Animal Shelter
200 Bridge St, Fairhaven, MA 02719
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