There is no doubt about it, Mishka is absolutely beautiful. It does however take her a while to feel comfortable around strangers. She has come from a home with two adults but proved very uncomfortable around children. Mishka is reactive towards dogs and has never shared her space with other pets. This bonnie girl cannot be trusted near sheep or livestock as she does have a predatory streak. Mishka is house trained and tends to only toilet on grass. She enjoys going in the car and once she has gained your trust, she has a very affectionate side.
Mishka's owner have had to make the very difficult decision to rehome her. She has proven very predatory toward sheep and after trying their hardest to help her with her behavioural issues, they feel they can no longer give her the attention she requires.
We are looking for an owner who has experience with husky or working stock collies and who is able to commit to her training and socialising. Mishka needs a home without children and where she won't come into contact with sheep. Ideally, someone who can give Mishka their full one to one attention and understands that she can be reactive when out on walks. She is in search of an owner who will use reward based training with her.
If you'd like to help rehome Mishka simply complete the Homefinder Questionnaire to get started.
Update from Olly and Vic adopted separately in 2012 and 2013
Using (but not abusing) a crate can be a useful and kind way of guiding your dog to more appropriate behaviour.
You can help support the work of Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre in lots of ways; become a registered member of the organisation, volunteer your help at fundraising events, become a foster carer, you can volunteer at one of our shops or at the kennels themselves and you can, of course, donate online.