Moonsong Foster Malamutes >> Needa
Size: Extra Large | Age: Adult | Gender: Female | Breed: Alaskan Malamute
Note: Needa is presently in boarding and would benefit greatly by being in a foster home while she waits for her "furever" home. Please visit our Foster/Volunteer page to learn about fostering and to fill out our foster application.
Hi there, My name is Needa and not too long ago my sister, Kitka and I were surrendered to the local shelter by our owners whose circumstances changed and they just couldn't afford to keep us. They loved us but knew we would be happier in a different situation. I realize I look a little funny right now - the shelter shaved my rear end area. But I can tell that my fur is gradually growing back and I'll be beautiful once again. I do have a long "wooly" coat, so I will need lots of brushing to keep my mane looking superb!
When we went in for our vet visit, the nice vet checked me out all over and said that I was in pretty good shape, without any noticeable aches or pains. I weighed around 110 when at the shelter, but since then I've lost nearly 15 lbs, so I'm on the right road. I just LOVE to go on walks! I don't pull very hard and settle right down to a nice even pace once the excitement of getting out wears off. I like stopping and sniffing all the P-mail along the way. I'm pretty interested in other dogs I see or hear, but I'm not reactive and can easily be managed on leash. My sister and I haven't been tried around many dogs yet here, but there was talk of that happening and I'm excited to meet some other canines.
I'm clean in my kennel and have spent time inside my previous home. I am pretty treat motivated, so I'm sure I could learn a lot! I could be your one and only furry girl or maybe I would get along with a friendly large male dog. If you would like a lovely, mostly mellow girl as your furry companion, please do look me up - I'm available!
Status: Available - Needs Foster Home! | Location: Boise, ID.
Please contact Felicity - email@example.com
Needa needs a home without small animals or young children (under 8).