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My name is Odin The Perfect Buddy!

Havanese/Bichon Frise Mix Dog for adoption in Seattle, Washington - Odin The Perfect Buddy
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Little Blessings Pet Rescue

Facts about Odin The Perfect Buddy

  • Breed: Havanese/Bichon Frise Mix
  • Color: White
  • Age: Young
  • Size: Small 25 lbs (11 kg) or less
  • Sex: Male
Description of pet
Description: Odin looks like a mix of Havanese and Bichon Frise. He is all white and non-shedding. He is young around 1-2 years old. He weighs 24 lbs, so he is on the large side of small.

Personality: Odin is amazing! I adore this dog! He is friendly with people and older kids. He is a cool dog and will make the perfect hiking or walking companion. He is great on the leash. He is a great traveler. He settles in and does not make a peep. He does funny things like dragging his bed around and collecting toys. He loved the beach. I am sure he had never experienced anything like it. There was so much to sniff and the sand under his paws was delightful to Odin. He is going to make one lucky adopter very happy.

Needs: Odin will be happiest as an only dog and king of his castle. While he is very sweet with people, he can react to dogs that get in his face, or take his toys. He was fostered with other dogs and has never bitten, but he will act dominate. On the leash, he will not react to other dogs unless he is nose to nose and that makes him feel uncomfortable. He would like a fenced yard and someone who has time to spend with him. He bonds easily with people, so please have time for him. He won't be happy being left on his own for long periods of time. He is well mannered and he listens, so he is perfect for the family that just wants one dog. Older kids are fine, but no children under 10 for Odin. He is housebroken but will need guidance coming into a new environment. Perhaps younger retired folks who have the energy to exercise a young dog will be his best match.

Adoption Fee: $475 Includes, neuter, current on vaccinations, flea treatment, grooming, microchip, health certificate, heartworm test.

Process: All interested parties will be asked to fill out an application. One can be found on our website: WWW.littleblessingsrescue.vpweb.com. We can send you one as well. We make decisions based on a dog's needs, so basically we are matchmakers. Please read "NEEDS" to make the decision to fill out the application or not. We are also happy to answer any questions. Not all dogs need the same thing. We also do home visits, so far distances from Seattle and out of state adoptions won't be doable. Emails over phone calls are appreciated. We just don't have the time to answer every call. We are all volunteers and many of us need to travel and also do this on our days off from work. We ask that you be prepared to adopt before coming to meet our dogs. We are not a shelter that allows people to walk through and visit. We set up appointments after we receive completed applications from serious, potential adopters.

About Little Blessings Pet Rescue

About Our Rescue Group...

Little Blessings Pet Rescue a small organization with a mission to save at risk animals from euthanasia. The shelters we rescue from are in Southern CA and have a 60% rate of euthanasia. It is hard to make it out alive. We believe giving a shelter dog 1-3 days to be adopted is wrong and we want to do something to help. We are all volunteer and work without profit. We network, rescue, foster and help find our rescued animals permanent and happy homes.

Come Meet Our Pets...

We meet our adopters by appointment only.

Our Adoption Process...

After our dogs are completely vetted and healthy, we start the adoption process. There is an application process that includes an application. We are looking for responsible, caring people to adopt our dogs, so a reference from a vet is required or an account set up for the animal's care. If there are other dogs involved, we meet in a neutral space first. If all goes well, we do an in home interview to see if the environment is safe and the dog fits in well. There is an adoption contract that states they agree to not sell, or abandon to a shelter, or euthanize (without a recommendation from a licensed veterinarian). They must agree to return the dog if they can no longer care for it. We have a follow-up appointment to ensure success two weeks later. We just ask that an adopter pay the actual rescue fees. We are happy to provide receipts to show our costs. The fee then pays for the rescue of another dog.