Poseidon Storm

Storm is a sweet 3-year-old Siberian Husky looking for his new forever home. It is hard not to fall in love with Storm, especially if you’re a female.

  • Storm definitely prefers women than men; He will warm up to men too but it will take him longer.
  • Unlike the typical husky, Storm is considered a quiet boy.
  • He needs a walk at least 3x a day
  • He is good with other dogs, even small dogs.
  • He is not good with cats though; He will chase after them.
  • He does not like staying in a crate, prefers sleeping on your bed or his own dog bed.
  • He loves cuddling with his human on the bed or on the couch.
  • He LOVES pets; he always smiles whenever he gets pets!

Storm needs a family that will give him affection and let him be on the bed or on the couch. He has some separation anxiety, so he needs a family who will commit to training him on separation anxiety. He can be in a family that has another dog, big or small, but can also be the only dog in the house. If you have another dog, especially a small one, we highly recommend doing slow introductions between your pet and Storm in the first 1-2 weeks. Even though Storm is good with other dogs, big and small, he will still need to adjust to you, your family (and pets) and your home. Slow introductions help prevent him from being overwhelmed.

If you are interested in adopting Storm, please read our Adoption Process and Apply!

Storm’s Backstory

We rescued Poseidon (also known as Storm) from the euthanasia list list at the end of March 2022. Our foster immediately adopted him but then decided to surrender him 3 weeks later due to a change in family situation. He’s a 3 years old pup who’s friendly with both dogs and people. He’s good with small and big dogs, and didn’t react when another dog showed aggression toward him at the dog park. He is potty-trained, crate-trained, and leash-trained as well as up-to-date on his vaccinations. He understands some basic commands like “come here” and “wait,” but doesn’t quite understand that cats are not meant to chase!

He deserves a family that will take care of him forever. As he is not yet neutered, if you are interested in adopting him, he will be available on May 2, 2022 to give him about a week to recover from his neuter surgery.