Adopt Takanni a Black - with White Husky / Mixed dog in Niagara Falls
Niagara Falls, ON
Name: Takanni (20220422-03)Weight: 80lbsAge: 1.5 yearsGender: femaleSpayed/neutered: spay appt scheduledBreed: purebred HuskyColour: black and white Neck size: 16”Chest circumference:Height: 32”Length: 33”Crate size recommended: large/XL Good with women: yesGood with men: yesGood with kids: yes – she is great with all kids she has met, but older children may be best due to her husky energyGood with other dogs: yes with proper introductions. No small dogs due to her prey drive.Good with cats: noHousetrained: does not have accidents often at the shelter. Since she is living in a shelter environment, she may need some practice with routines for the first few weeks. She is extremely smart!Crate trained: yesEnergy level: high – typical energy level for her breed!Can be handled/touched: yesBarker: yes, to alert and when she wants attention. When the other dogs are quiet, she Is quiet. When the other dogs start barking, she starts barkingFlight risk: she does not show any signs of being a flight risk, however huskies are curious and enjoy wandering so she will need to be leashed and supervised until she is taught recall.Food aggressive: noCurrent food: dry kibbleWalks on leash: yes, but does pullLeash reactive to people or dogs: noRides well in a car: yes, loves car rides!Destructive: no – she is extremely smart and has a lot of energy so she will need proper stimulation to ensure she does not get boredNeeds a home with a yard: yes – a fenced yard would be best for herNeeds a home with another dog: not required, but she would enjoy a friend!Can live in an apartment: no History:Takanni was brought to the shelter as a stray after wandering into a person’s yard and attempting to go after his chickens. While at the shelter, employees have taken turns taking her home for playdates and meet & greets. She loves the car and her husky friends but was not a huge fan of the chihuahua she met! Takanni is a playful girl that will keep you entertained for hours.
May 1 on Adopt-a-Pet.com