ADOPTION FEE: $300
Meet Prince Dauber! Prince is a sweet 1 year old Lab Mix. He loves playing with other dogs of any size, is great with kids, good with cats and is protective of his family. He loves to give hugs, cuddles up on the bed with you and is a big kisser!
Prince is a very active boy, he loves playing Frisbee, ball or just running around & would be a great candidate for agility training. He also enjoys playing with rope and squeaky toys .
Prince needs an active family and a doggie playmate. He will stay in a crate for short periods of time. A home with other dogs is a must and a stay at home parent or someone who works from home would be best. Prince would make a great running partner for an active family.
He is still young so he can get into mischief. He has not gotten to anything at his foster home that he shouldn't as he has other dogs, a yard to play in and plenty of toys.
Prince has been in obedience training and has learned many commands as well as manners. He comes with the last 3 weeks of his training with Oh Good Dog. This way you can be trained on his commands and how to help him be a good boy. He has already learned Sit, Lay, Go to your Place & Spot, Down, Shake, and Kiss Your Momma.
ADOPTION FEE: $250 includes Spay/Neutered, up to date shots and microchipping. Also his bed for training, food, heart worm/flea meds, and wire crate.
ADOPTION EVENTS: We hold adoption on Saturday's from 12-4 at the PetSmart in Hiram, GA if you would like to come & see some of our dogs. Address: 4794 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy #108, Hiram Pavilion, Hiram, GA
HEALTH: All Husky Pack Rescue dogs are current on vaccines, dewormed, microchipped, and will be spayed/neutered prior to adoption.
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