2 year old (February 2024) neutered male. Pointer/German Shepherd/Husky. 60+ pounds. Black with small white areas on feet tips, chest and chin.
This breaks my heart but, while my mind is young, my body is not, and I must rehome my loved pup. Recent hospital stay reinforces this.
Energetic, fully housebroken, neutered, completely vaccinated, microchipped. He is not at all aggressive, loves all people, other dogs and my mean older cat.
He does not realize how big he is!
He misses his walks, car rides, visiting the dog park. This is not going to change. He is simply too big and my health has changed.
He lives in a home with a cat and continually wants the cat to play, which cat hates. Has shown no signs of aggression with cats.
Still wants to jump on other people in his excitement, so younger children are NOT recommended. Calms down in minutes, but would need more training for this. Very difficult for me to train for, as there are rarely other people here.
His favorite things: car rides with window down and his head out, walks, dog parks and playing fetch or tug of war.
Barks only to notify of person on property, at cat, or at me when he wants me to share or when being told no.
He has shown no evidence of separation anxiety.
He is allowed on furniture, sleeps on bed with me, eats people food. Free feeds, but doesn’t overeat or gorge.
He does occasionally pull on leash and can yank me over in his excitement.
The perfect home will have fenced yard, not live in an apartment, not plan to crate him. I am looking for an active family who want a loving companion. If you work outside the home, he must have a canine companion.
The bad: loves to steal from kitchen, especially bread products.
Will come with 3 beds, metal feeder, outdoor auto fill waterer, his favorite treats, and his toys. You provide the love, play and training.
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