Cheyenne is an approximate 6 year old spayed female Husky. She is a sweet girl looking for a new home. She gets is living with other dogs, and cats and gets along well with them. She is living in a rural area outside of Dallas on a 5 acre property. Cheyenne needs to be re-homed as the property she lives on does not have a secure fence. It is fenced, but is a wire type fence that she continually escapes from. She has killed some of the neighbors chickens and guineas, and the fear is that she will get shot and killed. Cheyenne was rescued when she was observed being thrown from a car. Her current owners love her and have provided a stable home for her for the past 4 years, but her continued killing of neighborhood chickens is a real concern. Her family is looking for a home with preferably somebody who is familiar with the Husky breed. She needs an active adopter who will provide her with regular exercise and some basic training. She also needs to be in a home with a secured fence, where she won't be able to escape and get into trouble. Her happiness is of the utmost importance. Completion of an adoption application will be required, along with a re-homing fee.