Hello, my name is Gunner and I am a 9 month old male Siberian husky puppy. I was born in a house with cats and kids, adopted to a home with cats and kids, and recently returned to SHARP. I am not suitable for a home with cats. Not only do I get aggressive with cats, but it is definitely genetic in my litter to not be good with cats.
I am good with kids and other dogs, however. I know sit and down. I am very smart and learning very quickly how to walk well on leash. I am house trained. I am making great progress on my crate training and severe separation anxiety. I can be left for short periods of time (a few hours) in a crate as long as there is another dog near me (either loose in the room, or in an adjacent crate). I am very mischievous when left loose and love to clear off the kitchen counters or anywhere else where there may be food.
I am very much a puppy still and need an active home. It would be absolutely perfect if my forever home got me into obedience classes and/or other dog sports. I am not suitable for an apartment or a home without a fenced in yard. I escape tethers and break standard pet collars with ease. I come with a very sturdy collar that must be on me at all times. I come with a lifetime supply of this collar. If it wears out, just email the rescue and one will be mailed right away. I am microchipped and will be adopted on a neuter contract to be done when I am of age. My small umbilical hernia can be repaired during my neuter. I am located in Tweed, ON and my adoption fee is $250.
Located in Tweed, ON – $250 adoption fee
In foster – needs foster or adopter
Looking for a home since July 2017
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