This animal is available to licensed rescue groups only.Please do not enquire unless with a licensed rescue group. Hey there. I have a beautiful 1 1/2 year old Siberian Husky mix that I have been attempting to rescued 2 months ago, from a client who could not take care of him properly. His name is Moose, and his previous home neglected and and ignored his chronic anxiety, need for exercise, and did not housebreak him. I work at Town n Country Veterinary Hospital in Burlington and once adopting my beautiful man, I pursued anxiety medication, neutering, getting him up to date on all his vaccines and blood work, housebreaking and overall giving this baby a beautiful, loving home. Let me start by saying I love this dog more than anything and this breaks my heart wide open, but Moose needs to live on an open farm where he can run and be free for most of the day. When Moose is home and I am at work he will do everything he can to get out of the house. He had broken 3 windows to get out, and will run out of the door and through the neighborhood whenever he gets the chance. We tried crate training him, and he turned the crate into bent metal. I then purchased a new kennel and a shock collar, which he also turned to bent metal, and we did not use the shock collar. He is currently on Fluoxetine 40mg daily, and Trazadone when we leave for the day. I don't feel like this is a fair life for him, even though I run with him and take him to the dog park with my other fur baby Willow, I believe he needs to have more room to roam and get all his lovins in at night. I heard from a few clients of our that your rescue was wonderful, and that if you couldn't find a forever home for him, he would be able to stay at the farm with you. Now Moose is very good with children, he is food aggressive with other dogs, but we're working on it , and he has improved greatly since we rescued him. He is a big lover and has a heart of gold, and I do not want him to end up in a home that isnt prepared for the work, or well, energy that he requires, and I also don't want himt o bounce from home to home, he needs to find his forever family.