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2 Years




Small (< 20 lbs.)

Can Live With

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  • Children
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Specialized Care

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Honolulu, HI


Zia <3
Born Oct 21 2021
Shiba Inu mix (probably husky)
Small medium dog
Around 20 pounds
Accustomed to indoors but loves the outside

Active, loves to play, (chase/be chased/tug of war/etc)
Loves all the pets and belly rubs
Needs a daily walk/park run.
Gets the "jumpies" and the "zoomies"
Accustomed to skateboards as I skate with her frequently

No health issues or special diet
All shots and check-ups to date

Off leash ok in parks but keep a good eye on her since she's a curious one
Not accustomed to being off leash on sidewalks.
Doest not usually like to potty while on leash

Knows commands in Ōlelo (Hawaiian) /(will write list) however she's smart and picked up some common commands in English. Still trainable to learn more.

Isn't too fond of getting wet, but still loves to play on sand at beach.

Separation anxiety, but adapts to routine. Sometimes wines when not getting attention.

Both quiet and vocal. Selective barker, not constant.

She is quick to stick to a routine (eating times, play times, walking directions, potty places etc.) So I advise getting her accustomed to these things and setting your preferred lifestyle for her from the get go as she will adjust to her environment quickly. Will take more training to change her routines but still possible.

Despite the unfortunate situation as to why I cannot house her, I would hope to potentially be apart of her life and spend some time with her, and help contribute to her needs. Essentially crossing my fingers that this process is more along the lines of "extending her family" as opposed to surrendering her. I never had to let a dog go before, so I don't know if such thing is healthy during this kind of transition. But if it works out, I would love to arrange something. If not it's understandable and just want what's best for Zia. =)

If there are any further questions, please feel free to ask.

If Zia seems like a great companion for you, we can schedule a meet and greet.

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