SARA IN A NUTSHELL: Too new to assess.
We received an email from our friend, Michelle, at the shelter asking us if this dog was a shepherd or a husky. It was difficult to tell, so we asked for more pictures and a video. After reviewing everything, it was our best guess that there is probably some husky in there somewhere, but shepherd is the predominant breed.

According to Michelle, "She always wants to bounce around me and play when I get in her kennel. She's really sweet with us actually. She mainly keeps to herself in play group in the corner, but never reacts when the other dogs come hover over her or check on her." We were intrigued by her beautiful coloring (and Michelle assured us that she carried her tail like a shepherd), so we agreed to make room for just one more.

Michelle has never steered us wrong on a dog ... until we received an email stating that this dog was a BOY, and not a girl! We currently have too many boys, so we were going to have to pass when Michelle double checked and found that she was a girl after all, "Okay so I'm not crazy after all. I went to staff and we've all been calling her a girl and we just double checked and yes she's a girl so they're going to change it in the computer."

UPDATE 12/4: Thanks to Chuck and Jon, Sara is out of the shelter and resting comfortably at Husky Camp.

Adoption fee to be determined.

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