Intake History: Location Goshen CA
Found on April 22, 2021, Opal was wandering down a country road in the Central Valley of California. She was tired, hot, hungry, confused, and scared. (Estimated to be 5-6 years old)
It's likely she was dumped as she looked to have had a recent litter. Our guess is because of her pure white coat and piercing blue eyes, she was used for breeding and dumped once her last litter was weaned. After a couple hours of trying to catch her, it finally happened.
The pads of her feet were swollen, she was unsure how to "dog" and it was clear she had never stepped foot in a house. With a bit of time, encouragement from her foster siblings, she started to learn the way of the land.
Opal is a leader, an alpha female that asserts herself as such. She gets along with cats, dogs, adult hoomans and little hoomans. Because Opal is a dominant female, she needs to be in a home with male dogs and/or females who are on the passive side. She has also shown to be very submissive to dominant males. #huskyconfusion
We would consider Opal to be “calm” when placed on a Husky Spectrum.
Think "Husky" taught how to dog by a Golden Retriever.
She thrives off of routine and mental stimulus. Opal is spayed, microchipped and UTD on her vaccinations and ready to find her forever hoomans!
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