ADOPTED – Cadia (named after Cascadia) is a female Siberian Husky. She was born 10-14-2019. Her coloring is Lt Red with Hazel eyes, that will melt your heart. She is fixed and current with all vaccines and dewormer. Her vet records are at Banfield Pet Hospital. She is microchipped.

Cadia is quite the energetic dog. She loves to run with other dogs, play rough (husky side slam) and playing fetch with tennis balls.  She has been raised with 2 cats and children. Goes to dog daycare and loves to run in a pack. She loves other dogs!

Cadia holds true to her breed with tons of sass and energy. She loves to chew and dig. This is manageable with toys she can chew and supervision while outside.

She is well trained. Cadia passed 3 separate 6 weeks training courses. Puppy obedience, Basic Obedience and E-collar. She also passed K9 good citizen certification. She is crate and muzzle trained. She heals to the left side and loose leash walks. I have worked on extended down stays on a 30 ft lead. She has a high food drive and trains well for food.

Cadia has tendencies to not take to new people easily. She has a “do you want to make friends” command which is lessoning this issue.  Fast motions over her head when first meeting new people can startle her. This was a larger problem when she was young but has diminished significantly through training, socialization and maturity. She seems to prefer women and children over men. Aggressive demeanors tend to make her nervous. This command allows her to smell the new person and once she pushes her head in for a pet, she has made a new friend!

Cadia’s dream forever home would give her lots of attention and lots of activities. Another Husky or Shepard that she’s can play and be active with.

If you would like to meet Cadia and make her part of your family please email for an application. Cadia is currently in a foster home in Spokane, WA.

IMPORTANT: NWSR has not evaluated Cadia in person, the information has been provided by the family who is fostering her.  As with any rescue dog, all information know is provided to potential adopters.