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I am a female Alaskan Husky.

My finder says I am under 1 year old. I have the following characteristics: She looks like a mix between husky and akida. Her coat is thick and soft, in very good shape! She is very playful and obviously still a puppy. Not house trained but she is kennel trained. Does not bark. Her legs and feet are solid!.

Someone found me on 01/22/2018. I was found at 2400 S. English Station Rd.

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