Arlo and Nova are two fabulous boys who are looking for a home together:
– Where they will stay together
– Humans that will invest into their training
– Without cats or pocket pets
– 6ft+ secure, husky-proof fencing
– With active family that will make him a huge part of their everyday lives
– Family with lots of love to give
If this sounds like your household, read on!
We’re on the prowl for the perfect home for these two beautiful baby boys, Arlo and Nova. The current home they are in care with, has had circumstances change so we are in need to place these boys ASAP.
These lads are so loving, very sweet and affectionate, and try so very hard to be Good Boys. We are told it’s possible Arlo is the father and Nova is his son in this young bonded duo, and they’re had little training, so we need a home with two active adults who are committed to giving them the training they so dearly want. While they’re energetic and excitable, typical young huskies, they’ve got a very bright future in front of them! They would be a great addition to a racing home or anyone that wants to get into it.
Firstly, we wanted to share a bit about them! They’re sweet chaps, and with treats they’re extra sweet! They’re very playful and love attention. They’re also very bonded and stay close to each other, and are well-behaved and quiet at night – they know just when to settle down for bedtime.
Both love to cuddle their humans, they’re so affectionate: they just love their people so much!
But right now, they really want to learn more so they can be better behaved boys in their new home, and we need husky-savvy people (and two of them!) to ensure the training is as effective as possible.
The great news is that, with their current carer, Arlo and Nova are trying really hard, they’ve learned to listen, and are Very Good Boys. All the ingredients are there!
Here’s a run-down on the training situation: They need to be fed separately, but Arlo gets stressed if he doesn’t have company, so a person needs to be with him at mealtimes.
They’re over-enthusiastic at the start of their daily 1-hour walks, that’s pretty typical. Continued lead training will be necessary, sometimes getting them geared up to go out is a struggle (treats help), and they need to learn how to be better on lead. They’re over-enthusiastic at the start of their daily 1-hour walks, that’s pretty typical. Continued lead training will be necessary, sometimes getting them geared up to go out is a struggle (treats help), and they need to learn how to be better on lead. We’re also not 100% sure about their housetraining, but they are well mannered when inside.
They’re good with other dogs on their walks but untested otherwise. This needs to be explored more with their new people in different environments.
Right now, ‘sit’ is the only command they know, but we’re sure they’ve got plenty more tricks up their furry sleeves.
These two boys are truly loving and just want a happy home to thrive in together. The usual husky rules apply, with no cats or pockets pets, secure dig proof 6ft+ fences and plenty of love, care and exercise and patience.