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Feature Dog Cobra

Age Sex Breed Weight
8 Years Old Male Husky Mix 65 lbs

Need to know…
Needs to lose weight and stay lean please!

Vet Details

Cat free home please Gets along well with calm dogs – no small dogs please! Gets along well


It’s me, Cobra. Forever family, where are you? Is it my age? I’m 8 years YOUNG not old. Just let me show you!

I am microchipped, vaccinated, neutered and currently weigh in at 65lbs! I’m a healthy, very strong guy, and my tail NEVER stops wagging!

Perks of a “senior” like me? Well, let me tell you.

I’m house trained for starters.. you won’t find that with a puppy!

I am crate trained and will go in when asked. I will, on the odd occasion, bark at you simply because I want to be hanging out with you. If you tell me to stop, I will settle down.

I am great in the car and will happily lie down and have a nap or just “be”. I enjoy the finer things in life such as peace and quiet.. ah! Isn’t it wonderful?

I have learned to sit, down, and stay. I will wait patiently for my food too!

Things I am working on:

Leash skills. I have greatly improved but I still pull. I love to mark on everything.. bit of a typical male there, hehe! Foster mom uses a training collar with me and I do settle and walk well with her after I’ve done my business. I do sometimes bark and lunge at other dogs. I don’t always greet them well on leash either. I might sniff. I might growl. I may attack. Foster mom will cross the street to help me remain calm.

I am a counter surfer. I am on a senior food to help keep me trim and apparently table scraps don’t help that sooo please watch where you leave your food!

What I require from my forever home:

I would like a home without small dogs or cats. There are not any dogs in my foster home however I am okay around calm, quiet dogs. I will respond negatively to rambunctious dogs and I do tend to bark a lot in general around other dogs.

There are no small children in my foster home. But I am very calm and gentle with all the little people I have met on my walks. But I will need to be taught not to not take food from little hands.

It’s very important that I remain on my leash at all times (other than crate time) for at least the first 2 weeks following adoption. This will help me learn your rules and allow for quick correction if needed.


It is the recommendation of FTH that every newly adopted dog remain on leash, both inside and out, for a minimum of 14 days. As most of our dogs are outdoor dogs and strays, this will help prevent dogs running away as they are adjusting to their new home. At the same time it will help start building the bond between you and the dog. Thank you!

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