Meet adoptable deaf Siberian Husky Frosty who is looking for a loving forever home with someone who will cherish her, have a secure fenced in yard, and let her live out her senior years surrounded by love and comfort.

From Frosty’s advocate: Frosty is a gorgeous seppala Siberian sled dog. She was a working dog for the first 7 years of her life. First in Wyoming and then about 5 years in Colorado. She is now 9 and has been in retirement since Covid so about 2 years. She has a very sweet disposition and loves to cuddle and roll in pillows, towels or really anything soft with your smell on it. As far as I know frosty was born deaf. She is very intelligent and has adjusted to domestic life well. She’s learned some sign language (sit, shake, down, stay, no). She still has good energy and will require someone who has a yard and is active. She loves walks, especially on trails, playing fetch and chasing/pulling like the good ole days of dogsledding.

 

Frosty is good with most dogs. She has lived with female dogs but does better with male dogs. She is very comfortable around adults and kids. Very accustomed with strangers coming up and petting her from her days meeting dog sledding guests. She is up to date on vaccines and has no known health issues. She is missing a few teeth and has one broken canine that the vet said could be removed but isn’t causing any pain or problems. She’s spayed, crate trained, house broken. Comes with crate, bowls, harness, leash, brush. My living and work life is no longer conducive to keeping frosty and I’m hoping to find her a loving home where she will be happy. Feel free to reach out with questions.