PHOENIX (3TV/CBS 5) -- Thanks to partner assistance programs such as Project Reach Out, the Arizona Humane Society can take in homeless animals from other animal welfare agencies that might be running low on kennel space. It was through that program that an amazing dog named Dale found himself in the care of AHS, and they say they've been thrilled to have him.
Like other Siberian huskies (those eyes!), there's a lot of this guy to love. He's already a big boy at 2-years-old, so he would do best in a home where he has lots of space to run around and burn up some of his energy. Dale is definitely a lover, and in his doggy world, it seems like there's no such thing as too much attention. It wasn't long after arriving at the AHS Campus for Compassion that he was showing his appreciation for getting hugs and kisses. The staff and volunteers have been doing their absolute best to give him all of the attention they can. But it would be great for Dale to find a home where he can be the center of attention just like he prefers.
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Visit him and see if you'd like to welcome him into your family. The folks at AHS are confident that one look into his beautiful blue eyes is all it will take to convince you to take him home.