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Meet Denali

Dog - Husky, Siberian/Husky

Sex: Male

Age: 1.42 years

Weight: 58 lbs.

Color: Black/White

Current Status: Available Foster

Sex: Male

About Denali

Color: Black/ White

Eye Color: Bi eyed (1 brown/ 1 blue)

Birthday: 12/2017

Approximate Weight: 58 lbs

Good With Dogs: Yes

Good With Cats: No

Crate Trained: Denali will go in his crate. Currently working on command "kennel". He has separation anxiety, and has exhibited stressed while crated.

Housebroken: At this time Denali does not give clear signals.

Energy Level: High

Good With Kids: 6 and older

Training: Knows sit, down, shake, walks well on leash

Comments: Humans call me Denali, and boy oh boy, do I loooove being around people! I bounce and jump and rapidly wag my excitement can sometimes knock little people down. Although, my 6 year and older human siblings are perfect play companions! When my foster humans hug, I just HAVE to make it a group hug! I especially enjoy a tummy, hip, and ear scratch. I don't care for my crate and get pretty worried that my humans aren't going to return to me. My foster Mom and I are working hard on easing my anxiety while my humans leave the home. I get along well with my furry 11 year old sister; however, she just doesn't have the spunk that I do. Having another younger large breed dog to live and play with would just be delightful! I live with a cat right now and when he moves, I just can't resist the chase! I don't want to upset my human family; therefore, I shouldn't live with cats. (Birds would likely also entice my prey instinct.) I walk fabulously on a leash (both alone and with a double-lead when my furry sister joins). I would be an amazing companion for an avid walker or runner. I'm still just a pup and REALLY enjoy playing with both dogs and humans!

Adoption Fee: $350

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.