7 year(s) & 0 month(s) old

Joined the shelter : 09-12-2022
Life in a city/apartment : OK
Home without an exterior : OK
Walk on leash :OK
Travel by car : OK
Contact with other dogs : GOOD
Life with cats : ?
Contact with children : GOOD*
Need for daily exercise : HIGH
Health : GOOD
Trauma : NO
Sterilized : YES

History : Edi and Cheyenne were abandoned at the shelter by a family that lost their home due to financial hardship and could no longer support their dogs. The two were bought by this family as puppies, so they have lived their entire lives together with two adults and their three children in an apartment in the city.

Personality : Both dogs are well socialized with people and used to life in the city, including traffic, noise, etc. Edi is very open and friendly with strangers: she is super friendly with every person and dog that approaches her. When Cheyenne is next to her, she eats calmly and doesn’t show any resource protection issues. Despite her drastic change in circumstances, Edi is incredibly level-headed and well-behaved. She is very quiet and a bit more reserved than Cheyenne.

We’re looking for : Her future family should be aware that huskies require a lot of physical activity and should be able to provide it. It would be ideal to find a family that would like to adopt them both, since they have shared their entire lives together, but this does not have to be the case.


All animals available for adoption have a microchip and passport. They have been tested for common diseases (Leishmania for dogs, FeLV and FIP for cats). Adult animals are fully vaccinated and castrated.

* Until complete adaptation, adult supervision with small children is essential.

** This means we have tested the dog with cats in the shelter and has shown no reactive behaviour, but this does not guarantee 100% compatibility with cats. Therefore, we always advise that cats and dogs are together only under surveillance.