A Male Lab x Husky presently Adopted
Update - June 20: Hi everyone. It’s Wuzzy and I’m back – didn’t make the cut as a “sniffer” dog. Only a few dogs have the goods to become a four-legged Sherlock. But the training and tests are tough when the stakes are as high as public security. Well, now I must find another job alternative and I’m going to stick to simply being someone’s loyal companion. I’ve got a great nose and lots of energy so agility or scent games or activities would be right up my alley. I’d also enjoy obedience training classes, I have learned that using my mind as well as my body is so cool. If you are looking for a dog who enjoys waking up every day to new adventures, then I’m your guy! Fill in that Adoption Form and remember the name is Wuzzy.
Wuzzy here and I’m hoping that someone reads my story and gives me a break. Wouldn’t you know it, that I have to compete with all these “tiny” 8-week-old puppies. At 6 months old I am just a puppy too but the things I used to do at 8 weeks old are not so endearing as I get bigger by the day. I still jump on people and my desire to mouth on humans has not been curbed. I am sure this was my previous family’s ultimate goal but they soon discovered that time and energy must be invested in bringing up a pup. So, if you do pass me by in favor of those “real” puppies, please ensure that you don’t make the same mistakes. Your sweet little puppy can quickly turn into Dogzilla – a rowdier, mouthier, jumpier version of his tiny self.
Anyhow, if you are still reading and willing to take a good look at me – I am certainly a dog with potential if given the exercise and training I need. You might be asking yourself, “why bother adopting an adolescent when I can adopt a puppy?”. Because adolescence is a temporary time in a dog’s life. If you put in the effort, the bond that you can build with me will be unmatched. My future depends solely on you and with you in my corner, the next 10-12 years can be totally awesome. So, are you the one who is willing to take the challenge? I promise that life will never be dull.
PS My dream home is one where I am not alone more than a few hours during the day.
More Details About Wuzzy
- Status: Adopted
- Breed: Lab x Husky
- Size: Large
- Age: 6/7 months
- Gender: Male
- Grooming: Low
- Energy: High
- Children: 10 and over
- Cat friendly: tbc
- Dog friendly: Yes
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