Finn the Dog
Age: 1.5 years
Fixed (Spayed/Neutered)? Yes
Weight: 63 lbs
Indoor? Yes
Microchipped? Yes
City in which animal is located: New Hudson
Rehoming fee? Yes
Please note: This is a courtesy listing on HSHV’s site. This animal is available through a private individual, NOT HSHV. For questions, please contact the individual below, not HSHV. Thank you!

Finn is a German Shepard and Husky mix who is one year and five months old. He is a very happy, loving boy who loves people, especially his humans who he follows around and wants to always be near. He’s really the best buddy, and he wants to be playing or physically touching/snuggling on the couch. Finn is a huge fan of cucumbers, carrots, and ice cubes, and he likes to lay at your feet while you’re cooking dinner. He loves squeaky toys, balls, playing fetch, going for walks, going on car rides, and hanging his head out the car window on a drive. Finn is a dog who is meant to be his human’s best friend.

As a young husky, he has a lot of energy and likes to run and play. He is a generally well-behaved dog. As part German Shepard, he is very smart and really likes to learn, so he would love someone who would dedicate time to consistently train him. He currently knows the command for “sit” and “floor” (to lay down).

He grew up with two cats in the household, who he has never tried to harm but is constantly annoying because he thinks they’re playing and it’s fun. The cats are not afraid of him, but they don’t like him because he messes with them. Finn might do better in a cat-free house unless someone is willing to train him out of annoying cats.

In addition to two cats, Finn spent his days with two other dogs and two adults, one of whom worked from home. As such, he is used to not being alone and we don’t know how he would react going to a home where the family is out of the house most hours of the day. Considering how much Finn really loves people and wants to be by his humans, it would be ideal if someone worked from home and/or was home often.

We are unsure whether Finn is dog selective or overall dog aggressive. He came into a house with two older huskies, one male, the other a female. Finn never had any issue with the female, however, he does not get along with the male. It seems like Finn wants to be the dominant, Alpha male and does not back down when the older male would correct him. That just seemed to escalate the situation into full on fights. We think Finn would be perfect as a single dog or perhaps in a household with a younger female dog. Finn should probably be an only dog first to make sure he adapts well to the household. If another dog is desired, we would recommend bringing in a female puppy so Finn can maintain his dominant, Alpha status in the household. Either way, any possible introductions to other dogs should be made very slowly and under strict watch.

Finn is being fostered through Hairy Houdini Siberian Husky rescue. He has a rehoming fee through that rescue.×150.jpg

If you are interested in adopting Finn, please contact Brooke at 248-345-4393, 248-826-8744, or This animal is listed as a courtesy on our site, but is available through this individual. For questions, please contact the individual listed, not HSHV. Thank you!