When I first got to my foster home about 2 months ago, I was pretty wild and did not have good manners. I have been working on that and my behavior is MUCH better. Sometimes I get excited and need to be reminded not to jump up or grab at people.
I get along with other dogs as long as I can meet them under supervision first. I am in an outdoor kennel run during the day and come in at night to sleep in my crate. I have never had an accident in my crate so I will probably house train very quickly. My foster folks say I am SO smart and would make a great agility dog. I need LOTS of exercise and will be a great walking, running, or skijoring buddy, maybe even a sled dog! I think that I would like to live with another dog so I will have a playmate.
If you would like to learn more about me, please contact Helping Paws Pet Rescue or The Storm Shelter Sled Dogs and Rescue.
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