At nearly 3ft tall and 66lbs, Kodiak is a bear of a boy. He is a young bruin and stil has some lessons to learn about his size, but here we are in great luck - he LOVES a tennis ball. Or, specifically, an extra-large Chuck-It ball, tho a Jolly Ball would likely also do. The ball is a great training incentive, and he is also loves to toss and leap on it to entertain himself. Kodiak loves playing with and sweet talking the girl dogs. But like any reasonable bear, he will not share food and loudy defends his bowl. If his house holds more than one dog (and that is hard to imagine!), he will need fed completely apart in his own room with no food/treats left down ever. He will also need to leave the room before you pick up his bowl - this is where that Chuck-It! ball will help you. A qualified trainer can help him realize you are a good person to have near his bowl, because you are the one who makes the food happen. Adult-only home, please.
Est DOB: Aug 2013 Intake Weight: 66lb
'Adult' is at least 3 years old. 'Large' is over 20 inches at the shoulder. Fenced yard and approved application required. Visit or email for application. Shelter phone often does not work, please use email link on this listing.
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