|8 Years Old||Male||Husky Mix||65 lbs|
Feature Dog Cobra
Need to know…
Needs to lose weight and stay lean please!
|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.