Hello, my name is Buddie and I am 2 years old! I am chalk full of energy and need an active, experienced home. I am a big boy and pull very strong on leash. I am friendly, however, I get stressed easily; and when I am stressed, I do grab with my mouth. I need a structured environment that will give me rules, as this is something I have never had. I challenged my previous owner and the shelter staff. I just need training and exercise to get over this. I would be a great addition to a dog sled team as well. Due to my size, strength, lack of training and mouth grabbing, I cannot go to a home with children. I am also not suitable for a home with cats. I am good with dogs of a similar size. I need to attend obedience classes with my adopter and learn lots of manners. I have learned to sit before eating in my foster home! Once I am settled in, I am quite a good boy. I am house trained and can hold it for long hours. I am also crate trained. I am up to date on my core and bordatella vaccinations, and microchipped. I am not neutered, and will be adopted on a neuter contract, to be done once I am more settled. I am located in Tweed, ON and my adoption fee is $100.
-Located in Tweed, ON - $100
-In foster - needs foster or adopter
-Looking for a home since February 2017
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