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Breed? Sheppard / Husky Mix
Weight? 65 pounds
Vetting completed? Yes
Heartworm status? Negative
Good with kids? Yes
Good with cats? Unknown
Good with dogs? Yes
Crate trained? Yes
House broken? Yes
Good on leash? Yes
Background on pet:
Scooby is a gorgeous fully vetted Sheppard / Husky mix pulled from a
high kill shelter. He is around 2 years old, playful, housebroken and
crate trained. He is currently in a foster home with 2 other dogs and
2 small kids where he is thriving. As most Husky/Sheppard, he is
extremely smart, protective and needs structure to thrive. He is
attending a 2 week boot camp for training where he will learn
commands and structure. We are hoping to find his forever home
soon so the new family can meet with the trainer to learn training
Scooby would do best in a home:
That knows how to handle Husky and/or Sheppard – providing
a structured home.
A home with another dog because he is playful and loves to be
with other dogs.
A fenced in yard.
Training is in the Alpharetta / Roswell area, so homes in that area are
preferred so they can work with the trainer.
Hi, I’m Simon. I’m a 1-year old Labrador mix. I landed in a local shelter as an unclaimed stray, so not much is known about my past. But here’s to the future thanks to GRRA! I passed my vet visit with flying colors then headed to my foster home. I haven’t met any kids or cats yet. But I LOVE dogs. I bark ‘hello’ when I see them and want to greet every.single.one. My favorite thing so far is playing with my foster dog sibling. I need to learn more leash manners but seem to walk better with the right harness. I am getting used to using a crate and I do need one to continue my housetraining. I’m doing much better with housetraining with monitored water intake, more frequent potty breaks, and positive reinforcement when doing my business outside. Since I’m still so young I can be a bit mouthy. When I see people, I just want to nibble on your hand, arm, foot, ankle…whatever I can. It’s just my playful way of greeting. My foster tells me that’s not proper behavior apparently. My GRRA friends can talk with my new owners to continue my training and manners . I have lots of puppy energy and will go, go, go and then crash for a nap. Another young, playful dog and a fenced yard are my ‘wants’. A fenced yard can help me with potty training and give me the chance to burn my puppy energy. But if you are a perfect match and do not have a fence, regular exercise and occasional free play in a fenced area will be necessary. If you want an enthusiastic, loving, and loyal companion I’m your boy! **Courtesy Listing** Simon is not affiliated with Releashed Rescue. For more information on Simon please contact Golden Retriever Rescue of Atlanta