Everett Animal Shelter Holding Husky Adoption Occasion Sunday June twelfth


For those who’ve at all times needed to undertake a Husky, right here’s your likelihood because the Everett Animal Shelter holds a particular adoption occasion this Sunday. Listed below are the small print.


Ensure you learn the foundations on what to deliver if you wish to undertake.

Desirous about adopting a canine? March on right down to our Huskies on Parade Adoption Occasion and meet all our obtainable Huskies and Husky mixes!

The shelter is presently caring for about 20 Huskies, and whereas these wonderful canine have some actually nice qualities, most don’t thrive within the shelter atmosphere and our objective is to get them into new houses as shortly as we are able to. We’re providing diminished adoption charges of $125 ($50 off) and the chance to foster to undertake.


Even when a Husky might not have been in your listing, we encourage you to return meet our canine and find out about their distinctive qualities that make them fantastic companions. After the parade, you’ll get to fulfill and work together with any Husky you’d like!

Listed below are the small print:


• Sunday, June twelfth, 11am-1pm – Husky parade shall be promptly at 11am!
• Everett Animal Shelter positioned at 333 Smith Island Rd, Everett 98201 – occasion shall be outdoors, rain or shine!

• For those who assume you might need to undertake, please deliver:
o All resident canine that dwell in your house for canine meet and greets
o For those who’re a renter, proof out of your landlord {that a} Husky is allowed to dwell on their property


• Functions, adoption charges and resident canine meet and greets shall be required to undertake or foster to undertake.

Click here to see photos of all of the adoptable dogs.

Everett animal shelter, Husky

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