(when grown) X-Large 101 lbs (46 kg) or more
Good with dogs,
Spayed or Neutered,
Oden is a wonderful and growing Great Dane puppy. He spent the first five months of his life on a 5 to 6 foot chain. So when he arrived at the shelter, he did not have a lot of manners. But he is sweet as all get out. He is loving, playful, and just wonderful!
**** Please read adoption information carefully!!!****
Odin is a stunningly handsome little boy
-male, 7 months
-Current Weight : 90 lbs, will grow
Odin is a big, funny bundle of joy, energy, and affection. He is just a big goofball!
Odin is still a puppy, and will continue to grow. He is on the bigger side, but has an abundance of affection and cuteness!
Odin is a well-adjusted puppy who has been hand raised. He has never shown any signs of aggression of any kind, including food aggression, although he can occasionally be a little rambunctious. He really thinks that he is a little dog…. ? Odin wants to be a lapdog; he can’t quite figure out why he doesn’t fit in my lap, but he settles for putting his head in my lap, since the rest of him doesn’t fit 😜
Odin is used to playing and sleeping with the other dogs on the property. He is well socialized, both with humans and dogs. While I have never seen him interact with a cat, I have no reason to anticipate a problem.
I only adopt LOCALLY; San Diego and immediate vicinity. No long distance. Certainly no out of state.
I cannot respond to questions as to whether the animal is available. Please DO NOT contact me asking if the animal is available. If the dog is listed as adoptable, it is available.
A home check and a background check are MANDATORY to be considered. If you are unable or unwilling to consent to these requirements, please do not apply.
An adoption interview Is REQUIRED. One of our volunteers must meet and observe the dog interact with every member of the household, including pets.
Preference will be given to individuals who follow the instructions AND provide complete information for adoption purposes.
1) Please go to our website ( http://aaofus.org/adoption-application.html )
2) submit it online. Must include dog’s name and “forward to Kim” under pet’s name
3) then forward the confirmation email to me directly at email@example.com
That’s it: easy Peezy!
You must Submit an application or at least provide written answers to the following questions in an email in order for me to respond:
Must include information on EVERY person in household
Number of people in household and their ages ______________________________
Type of residential dwelling? __________________
Rent or own?
does anyone in the family suffer from allergies? ___________________
I currently own _____ dogs and _____ cats _____ other animals (please specify)
their breed(s) and age(s) are as follows: ____________________________________________________________
are you willing to housebreak this pet? ________________
how will you exercise your pet ______________________
how long will your pet be left alone during the day or night _______________
where will your pet sleep ___________________________________________
do you have a door that will enable your pet to go in and out of the house freely while he is being house trained?
do you have a swimming pool ?________________________________
dogs frequently dig, chew and bark - are you willing to work with the dog to stop this behavior?
under what circumstance would you not be able to keep your dog?
Pets can live 12 to 15 years. Would anyone be willing to help with your pet if you could no longer take care of him/her?