My name is Bear!

American Eskimo Dog Dog for adoption in Minneapolis, Minnesota - Bear
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All Dog Rescue

Facts about Bear

  • Breed: American Eskimo Dog
  • Color: Unknown
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
  • ID#: 10419225-KH_1332

To apply for a dog from All Dog Rescue, please fill out our online application at

All Dog Rescue only adopts to homes within 60-miles of the Twin Cities. Visit our FAQ page to learn why.

Bear is an adorable 2-year-old, 20-pound, American Eskimo. Bear loves to be near his people and will follow his foster mom around everywhere she goes. He has fun running with other dogs at the dog park and enjoys regular walks around the neighborhood. This sweet little boy wants all the love he can get and is happiest getting his belly rubbed and ears scratched. Bear is crate trained and used to being alone for a normal workday. He has been around children age 5 and older and does fine with them. Bear needs regular grooming as his coat can develop mats, regular brushing and grooming will help manage his shedding too.

Bear can be barky when he hears noises or sees other dogs from inside the house. He might be too barky for shared walls. He also has a bad habit of marking inside the house. He is making great progress and getting neutered will make a big difference but this will be an issue that his forever home will have to work with to help him become completely housetrained.

Bear's adoption fee is $325, which includes vet exam, age-appropriate vaccinations and tests, microchip, and spay/neuter. Please note that we only accept cash or checks - no credit cards.

About All Dog Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

All Dog Rescue is an all-volunteer, foster home based rescue organization. We do not have a shelter and do not have any paid staff. Our dogs live in loving foster homes until they are adopted into their new forever homes. We offer a lifetime commitment to the dogs in our program. All of our dogs receive comprehensive vet work prior to adoption, including exam, vaccinations, microchip, HW/Lyme's test, fecal exam, and all are spayed and/or neutered. We do it because we love dogs, and with 4 million animals being euthanized every year in shelters around the country, the numbers of dogs needing our help is endless.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We hold public adoptions twice per month, and are often able to meet prospective families outside the events if need be.

Our Adoption Process...

The applicant must fill out a detailed adoption application (it is on our website), then is screened by an experienced volunteer. We charge adoption fees that are comparable to those of similar organizations in our area. The adoptive home must agree to and initial a list of regulations as well as complete a formal contract.