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Boy (Not Neutered)
Hi! I am looking for a home that already has another dog. First let me say that I am nervous! The anxiety of adoption is stressful for me. It has taken me a while to be comfortable with my foster family because I don't know if I can trust people yet. They have older dogs, which helps me a lot. The older dogs are so comfortable with the humans! It is like they have no problems with people at all and are totally trusting. Sometimes, they give me treats and say "TIGU.", that means "Adopted One" in Inuit. I am mostly Husky, so I identify with that name. (Tiguak). I really hate to be alone and I love having other dogs to keep me company. The humans say that right now is the best time to have a new puppy for some reason, and I gotta say that I am the perfect age to learn anything you want to teach me. I love when the humans give me hot dogs, I can't resist them, so I find myself listening even more when hot dogs are involved. I love toys that squeak and toys that are hard like wood chunks or Kongs. I am eager to please but I am very shy, so I will need patience for you to get to know me and to train me. I would do best in a house that has other dogs, and with a human who has had experience training. I need a routine, just like a child, or else I will be a little destructive. I know how to go to the bathroom outside, and I know how to use a doggie door, however, the leash is scary, and you will need to help me learn how to use it. My Foster family is willing to help you with anything anytime, so please don't be afraid to contact them. They give me cuddle time every day and really help me overcome my nervousness around new things. I would love to cuddle and learn with you, my forever family.
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