Age: Almost 3 & about 55 lbs
About Me: I'm Misha! I am a 3 year old Akita mix, My family couldn't keep me because they had to move into an apartment and couldn't have a dog. It was very difficult for them to bring me back to TCPR, where I was originally adopted. They hope that another family can give me the great life I had with them.
I have a lot of energy when I'm outside but am calm when in the house. Right now I live with another dog and two cats, and I get along well with everyone. My foster mom has grandchildren who love me, and I love them. I can sit, lie down, and 'kennel up'. I am good all night in my kennel but would much rather sleep with mom (if only she would let me!). I usually need a treat to be tempted into the kennel. I will put my head in your lap or push your hand up to get a good scratch or to be petted. I love attention. Mom says I am the first foster she has had who never barks! I guess she likes that!
I would love a home with a runner or a jogger. Kids would be great, but I need an adult to walk me. A couple of good walks each day is good for me, and a run would be even better. Otherwise, I would need a fenced in yard with room to run. I am gentle and sweet and really want a forever home. Would that be you?
Adopt Me: To meet me or learn more about me, please complete an adoption application here: www.twincitiespetrescue.org/adopt/adopt-a-dog/.
FOSTER HOMES NEEDED! If you are interested in saving the life of a dog in need, complete a Foster Application here: www.twincitiespetrescue.org/how-to-foster/foster-a-dog/. You may also contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to learn more about fostering a deserving animal. We can only help as many animals as we have foster homes for!
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