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Meet Jon Snow-0136

Dog - Husky, Siberian

Sex: Male

Age: 7.58 years

Weight: 48 lbs.

Color: White/None

Current Status: Healthy In Home

Name: Jon Snow

About Jon Snow-0136

Sex: Male

Color: White

Eye Color: Blue

Birthday: 01/18/2012 (estimated)

Approximate Weight: 48 lbs

Good With Dogs: Yes

Good With Cats: No

Crate Trained: Yes

Housebroken: Yes

Energy Level: Low

Good With Kids: Older, respectable kids. He is very shy so he would need to be in a home with children old enough to understand he needs his space.

Training: Knows "Come", working on the rest!

Comments: Hi I'm Jon Snow or just call me Jon. I will thrive the best living with another dog or dogs. I love to follow my foster sibling everywhere. I will walk on a leash nicely, but sometimes if there is tension on the leash I will pancake to the floor, so I guess that's a work in progress. I really enjoys stealing blankest and pillow since they are new objects for me, they are just so fluffy and soft. It's fascinating! So instead of me stealing my foster parents things, they gave me these things they call "Stuffed Animals". They are pretty neat, and some make a cool squeak noise. Oh and the dog beds that are here are amazing. I love curling up into my husky ball, snuggle right up next to any of my foster siblings. I'm working on my social skills with my foster parents. I have only known to live out doors with other dogs and have minimal human exposure. I'm slowly learning, I will allow them to scratch my butt and sometimes I let them pet my front feet as I'm laying down. Progress, right? That's if for now folks, I will update you with more as I make progress.

John Snow came to us when his owner passed away unexpectedly. He is very shy around new humans but loves his foster sibling. *It is a requirement that he goes to a home with another dog in the house since he does best with a dog showing him the ropes and a fenced yard, it's best to keep him safe as he will always be a flight risk. We are confident with time and lots of love he will learn how to be a house dog. We will update more as his foster home gets to know him!

Adoption Fee: $300

All our fosters are: Spayed or neutered before adoption. Evaluated for temperament and train-ability. Up to date on rabies, distemper and bordetella, Heart-worm tested and on preventative year round. Micro-chipped.