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; Ody was adopted to a loving home in Washington from our sanctuary in Northern CA. He previously had trouble with being overprotective of his family and home several years prior, but had then spent several years with is at the sanctuary without showing this behavior. As his new home rarely had visitors it seemed like it could be a great fit, with a very loving and compassionate adopter! Unfortunately, the neighborhood has proven to be too busy and too much for him and he is being leash reactive in a way that he had not in the past. Despite her many many efforts to help him feel at ease in the new environment it has become clear that the very low key home in a neighborhood is not enough and he should likely again be a country bumkin' as he had been at our sanctuary. His adopter would like to continue to foster him while we network to find him a new better suited home rather than return him, so we are going to network him in both locations. If you live in No Ca and it seems like this beautiful boy could be a great fit, transport can be arranged! Please send any and all interest in Ody to email@example.com !
; ; Former Bio as Nicky, before heading to Washington in Feb '16: Nicky is a very sweet, people oriented and loving dog. He is tall, lanky and elegant. Nicky is graceful, gentle natured and affectionate. He is a highly bonding dog who will lean into you for love while gazing up at you in a way that melts your heart!
; ; Though Nicky plays well with almost all other dogs, he can sometimes react to male dogs that act aggressively/ alpha towards him so he would not be well suited for a dog park situation. He would do better with a canine friend in the home rather than an uncontrolled social situation. He is an adoring and highly bonding dog, but he bonds so strongly th
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