My husband and I have been housing a dog for two months. He's a male German Shepherd Husky mix, unneutered, and about 8 months old.
When we brought him in, he was so skeletal, so undernourished, with no chip. We've brought him back to a healthy weight, got him rabies vaccinated, and all cleared with a vet.
We are not in a position to take on another dog full-time, however. This breed of dog with our household of four cats and a dog of our own does not allow us to bring him inside, but he's been very content outside. But with winter coming, it's urgent we find a home for him.
As is common with dogs of this breed, he is high energy. He has gotten along great with our dog playing outside. He mouths at you a lot to communicate wanting to play or wanting attention. He's excitable and friendly, though, and with training, will be a great companion for someone looking for a Shepsky.

Dog: Primary Breed: Other, not listed
Primary Breed (if not in list): Siberian Husky German Shepherd mix
Pet's Name: Buddy
Birthday, estimate is okay: 03/05/23
Age Category: Young
Where did you get your pet?: Stray
What do you feed your pet?: Nutrish kibble
Gender: Male
Size (at full grown): Medium
Weight (at full grown): 75.0
Primary Color: Black (Mostly)
What are your pet's favorite toys and activities?: N/A
Adoption Day, when did you adopt your pet? An estimate is okay.: August 29, 2023
What commands does your dog know?: N/A
How does your dog react to being left alone for short periods?: Perfectly fine
Are there any specific triggers that cause your dog anxiety or stress?: Unknown
Is there a particular routine that works best for your dog in terms of feeding, walking, and sleep?: Fed twice a day, first thing in the morning and around dinner time at night
Medical History and Care:
Vaccinations up to date
Spayed or Neutered
Special Diet
Special Needs
Never Vetted
Constant Companion
High Energy
Medium Energy
Low Energy
Needs Training
Friendly to Strangers
Good with Other Dogs
Good with Young Children
Good with Cats
Bonded Pair
Requires A Fenced Yard
Crate Trained
What's the most endearing thing about your dog?: Excitability
What criteria are important to you when considering an adoptive family or home for your pet?: Willing to train
Is there anything else you'd like your pet's new family to know?: Mouths a lot at hands/feet/ankles, but doesn't bite. It's only for attention.
Why are you rehoming your pet (primary reason)?: Found pet
Rehoming reason details (if necessary): Took in the stray because he was underweight with no owner, but can't keep another animal.
How long will you be able to keep your pet before you may need to consider surrendering him or her to a rescue?: Two weeks
Who is your veterinarian?: My Kids Have Paws
Would you consider a long distance adoption?:
Would you consider a foster family?:
City, State: Rome, Georgia
Zip Code: 30165
Service Level: Not Sure