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Max’s Bio:

Max is a handsome, smart, sweet, and goofy young adult dog. He plays well with other dogs, sits on chairs in creative ways, loves people, and responds well to positive reinforcement training.

When Max’s mama saw him at the shetler, she fell in love with him (because how could you not) and having had big dogs her whole life, decided to adopt him. After having him for a number of months, she began to realize she wasn’t as young as she used to be. She couldn’t knock the feeling creeping in that Max would have a fuller life if he lived with someone more active. Someone who could actually run around with him and take him on adventures.

She takes him out on multiple leashed walks a day and provides some mental enrichment inside the house but can tell he needs more. His excess energy and the frustration he feels from that manifests itself in the form of jumping up and mouthing on her at random times during the day. Weighing almost 70 pounds, this is a lot for her.

From Max’s trainer’s perspective, there is a very manageable fix to this- Max needs more exercise, mental enrichment, and opportunity to play with other dogs.

In order for this to happen though, Max needs some more training. In order for him to run off leash and play with other dogs, he needs work on his recall. Max and his mama are currently working on this with the trainer but as with all behavior related changes, this takes time and Max’s mama isn’t sure she can manage him fully in the meantime.

Their trainer is eager to jump right in to help Max’s new adopters implement all the things that would set Max up for success in his new home. He really is not a difficult dog, he just needs an appropriate outlet (like any dog!), a little training to fine tune things (like most dogs!), and an adopter who is looking for a young gorgeous companion!

Contact Terry
Phone: (415) 806-2008

Facts About Me
Age 2 y
Gender Male
Breed Siberian Husky
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