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McAllister's Transformation

Updated: Sep 12, 2022

McAllister was found wandering the streets of South Texas with a rope tied so so deeply embedded into his neck that it almost severed his trachea. He was malnourished, dirty, and looked as if he had lost all hope.

Scroll down to see his amazing transformation!

Today, McAllister is an absolutely stunning Husky. His transformation from street dog to house pet, is absolutely amazing. We are very proud of his progress and his ability to live happily in a loving home.

McAlister is Adoptable!

McAlister is ready for his next chapter in finding his forever home. He gets along great with other dogs - particularly puppies...he loves coddling them, he is such a sweet gentleman.

McAlister is very smart and eager to please. He is potty-trained, walks wonderfully on a leash and is on the small side for a husky. He will "talk" to you with his endearing husky voice and let you know when he is happy and when he is not! It is hilarious! Just look at his beautiful eyes! If you want to stare into them for a lifetime go to

McAlister is totally transformed and looking for his forever home!


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Lauren McCall
Lauren McCall
Apr 04, 2022

McAlister looks AMAZING!


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