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CascadeRescue Me ID: 20-06-06-00292

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About Cascade

Adoption Fee: $175
Siberian Husky
Age: Young Adult
Sex: Female

[Read About Natural Incontinence Care] Has likes, dislikes, baggage, and let's face it, probably more Instagram followers than you. From the suburbs but pretends she lives in the city. Snapchats herself driving her Mercedes to work every day, worships martinis and everything they stand for. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Intake date: 1 June 2020 ---- DOB: 12/1/2016----- Breed: siberian husky ----- Size: 40 lbs ----- Status: owner surrender ----- Compatible with: dogs, cats, children----- Suitable for: home with fenced yard. No duplex, apartments, etc. ----- Medical/Behavioral Needs: incontinent due to spinal injury as a puppy, wears diapers when indoors ----- Additional Notes: Cascade has a facebook page called, 'Cascade, the husky in diapers' where you can see tons of pictures and videos of her. Cascade is incontinent - meaning she can't control when she urinates or defecates. She came into rescue at about 7 weeks when her breeder was unable to sell her. She has a few vertebrae in her spine that are fused funny. We do not know if this was a birth complication or if she was in some sort of accident early in her life. Cascade is fostered with other dogs of all sizes from 6 to 100+ lbs. She loves to wrestle and run around with her but true to husky nature, she can be a little rough and vocal during play. Cascade is also fostered with cats and is fine with them. Once in a blue moon, she tries to get one specific cat of ours that she grew up with to play with her, but mostly, she just pays them no attention. Due to her injury, she can't really jump, which means the escape artist husky trait doesn't apply. She just kind of can raise her front end up and then pulls herself up on things. She rides amazingly in a car and loves everyone she meets. She had a lot of vet visits early on in her life so it really helped condition her. She also does amazing for baths/grooming/handling/etc. With being incontinent, it means a lot of extra baths (usually one a week), restraining to put on diapers and clean her up, and vet visits and things. She has no problems with taking a bath, she will even just lay down and relax in it. Free feeding isn't really an option for her because she has no off switch. She will stand and stay for diaper changes/baths/cleaning/etc. She walks well on a leash with minimal pulling. For a husky, she is pretty quiet but can still get into a talking/howling mood once in a while. She is just a typical, fun loving husky. She enjoys going on camping trips with us and hikes around the county parks. She loves running and playing with doggy friends. She is food driven and LOVES treats. She gets the zoomies and takes off like a maniac. We kennel her when we are gone as she likes to get into mischief if left unattended (usually chewing up a dog bed). She loves to snow and rain. She is very sweet and enjoys cuddles and to be brushed out. Toys are a blessing on this earth to her. She loves to rip them apart or throw them around or find another person or dog to play tug with. She can do stairs with no problems. Cascade would fit into most households, just as long as they are willing/able to deal with her special medical needs. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- If interested in meeting and potentially adopting please read the adoption requirements and complete the adoption application located at Once processed and approved a meet and greet can be scheduled and if a match an adoption is finalized at that time. FBS standard adoption fee is $175 and all dogs are spayed/neutered, vaccinated, microchipped, dewormed, and treated for any known medical needs. Breeds are not guaranteed but often a best guess. Housetraining is not guaranteed but crate training is worked on with all residents. A securely fenced yard is mandatory. --------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Ward County
Minot, North Dakota


  • Good with Most Dogs
  • Good with Most Cats
  • Good with Kids and Adults


  • Average Energy
  • Average Temperament


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