Meet Bear! He is a little over a 1.5 years, weighs around 50 pounds, and is a Husky/Bully/Mixed breed dude.
What does Bear need in a home? He needs a strong owner that he can look to for direction. He thrives with that direction and needs to know what is and isn’t expected of him. He loves to be with his person, whether it be taking a drive, hanging out watching TV, or going on a nice hike or even a run! Bear really enjoys being physically active, and needs to be mentally stimulated as well. But don’t worry, he’s also happy to Netflix and chill on a Friday night.
Bear is house trained, crate trained, knows basic commands, is e-collar trained (will likely need a refresher but does know the basics), loves a good marrow bone to chew on, and did we mention he loves chasing balls? It’s one of his favorite things to do! Toss in a good game of tug of war and he will be a happy boy!
Bear “grew up” with toddlers in the home, but because of his energy level and his unawareness of his size, we are recommending a home with older children. Bear is not able to live with other dogs, cats or livestock. He has met other dog pals and seems to do best with females rather than males. However, because he is very dog selective, he has to be the only dog in the home.
The *perfect* home would have a fenced in yard, older kids (or no kids is okay too!), and a family who can keep him mentally and physically stimulated. He would love to be taken on adventures as well. He’s an overall very happy and bouncy boy!