The 4-year-old Siberian husky was given away to a rescue organization when she wasn't wanted anymore. That's how she ended up at Husky House , a New Jersey rescue that thinks Jubilee is perfectly fine the way she is. The group thinks the original owner was breeding dogs, but aren't sure if they are certified. Jubilee has a congenital issue with her eyelids, giving her pale blue peepers a permanent, cartoonish look of surprise. The spokesperson said Jubilee is especially willing to be your best friend if you offer a treat. Jubilee has been with Husky House for almost two years now and still hasn't found a forever home. The spokesperson said there's been some interest during that time, but for one reason or another, nothing has worked out. But things are looking up for Jubilee. On Tuesday, Husky House posted photos of her on its Facebook page, and the post now has 40, shares.
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Dogs are just like humans, they all have their own very unique personality. When adding a dog into your family, you are always unsure how they are going to be like. The best is when the new owners find out their new dog is lovable and hilarious! Huskies might look like tough dogs but most are gentle giants that only want love, just like everyone else. Take a look at these 50 huskies that are not afraid to show off their big personalities! This husky was not falling for this trick one more time! That is best evil eye the husky could have given, he is not one for tricks. This husky was having a great time in the snow, that was until the owner told him to come back inside.
Edited 1 time s. Don't put them through that either. I've never understood that bit of the LDS culture. Leave a Reply Cancel reply.