Sammy is a 3-5 year old purebred Siberian Husky. We adopted him as a found stray in a park in New London, CT. Sammy has shown aggression issues with females, but has shown nothing but love towards men. He has been through a 6 week board and train at SolidK9 Training in Providence, RI, and this has made him fully off leash, remote-collar trained. He is very obedient and loves to go on hikes, run through the woods, go for car rides, and generally spend time in the outdoors. However, even with this training his distrust of females remains. He has snapped at the female owner when she has tried to pet him, bitten her in the hand, and growled and lunged at her as she has tried to remove him from his crate. He's also had some issues with female staff at the training center, though not to the extent of the female owner. We think he needs to be in a male only adult home, and at the very least will have to be managed with a female owner in the home too. We also don't know how he is around children for long periods of time. He is absolutely great with men, and snuggles with the male owner and wants his attention all the time. He has played well with the dogs at the training center as well as a neighbor's puggle that is much smaller than he. He has the potential to be a great companion in a very specific set of circumstances and we're hopeful that someone can help us give him a chance. SolidK9 has offered 6 hours of training to help a new owner learn how to use the tools that make Sam able to be off leash as well.