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Sweet 14-year-old Siberian husky surrendered to shelter so owners 'could travel'

Can anyone in the Massachusetts area or close by foster this senior dog. Please read about her.
Can anyone in the Massachusetts area or close by foster this senior dog. Please read about her.
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In Centerville, Massachusetts, a beautiful Wooly Siberian husky was surrendered to the Massachusetts Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals located near Cape Cod. The message to Dogs Deserve Better, an animal advocacy and welfare organization follows:

This old girl was just dumped at my local MSPCA. I have met her, and she was friendly, but of course a bit anxious. She is 14, in excellent health, very pretty, wooly coat, brown eyes, spayed and up to date on shots. NO
behavior issues and in great shape; lots of life left in her. . Needs a loving home. I am trying to find a foster immediately to get her out of the shelter. She is at the Centerville MSPCA.

Under the owner information for the reason she was surrendered was "want to travel."

A reader who is familiar with the breed offered an explanation of the dog's beautiful coat:

"It s a wooly coated Siberian husky. The "Wooly Coat" simply means a slightly longer, thicker, much fluffier coat than the average coat for a Siberian Husky or Alaskan Malamute. It is absolutely breathtaking, when it is the correct length and thickness."

At this time, this dog is in immediate need of a foster home. If anyone lives in Massachusetts or near the state, please call Steve at 508.737.6675.

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"MSPCA is a non-profit organization that protects animals, relieves their suffering, advances their health and welfare, prevents cruelty, and works for a just and compassionate society. The MSPCA of Cape Cod is located on Route 28 in Centerville, MA."

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