| M | 1 Y | Husky mix | 45lbs | High energy | Needs Mental & Physcial stimulation | Very Human Oriented l Always playing | Needs training | Dog Social/Very Playful | No Cats l Older Kids (w Monitoring) l Needs support with focusing l Being fostered in Waterloo
Hiii we rescue polar bears now! This majestic floof is REVEL and he’s a ball of energy wrapped in like 2749 pounds of fur. He has energy for days and is ALWAYS wanting to play and/or have activities to do. He needs an active household who will think of creative ways to help him get his energy out, physically and mentally. For example, hiding treats for him to sniff out. He is although very human-oriented so as much as you want to put him in the backyard to run, he really needs more structured time like fetch or walks. REVEL does act out if he’s not properly exercised and will need a home who is comfortable providing him with the structure to get through those more challenging moments. When he becomes overly excited he may excitedly nip or jump up. This will need to be worked on and he should practice keeping all four paws on the ground when meeting new pals and be told “no” when mouthy. REVEL has been spending some time with a trainer who sees a lot of potential in him. We would like to see him go to a home with experience with high energy dogs with someone interested in continuing with training. He can be very excitable so will need a firm handler to take the lead. REVEL needs to go out after naps to keep his housetraining on point and is crate trained other then some initial hesitation getting in. The crate will be a very useful tool going forward. Remember crate = nap time for both you and him otherwise he will constantly pace the house wanting to play and may chew on some of your things if he gets bored. He is good in his crate for the most of the day, as long as he gets stimulation morning and night. REVEL LOVES interacting with other dogs and a playful doggy sibling may be just what he needs to get a lot of his energy out! He doesn’t like doors or sewer grates either but can get through it with some guidance so long as there are support and time. “Don’t rush me! Looking this good takes time”. Revels biggest need for support is learning to be calm/focused which needs to be supported by his owner or he will continue to be 100% all the time. He hasn’t been tested with cats but is likely not great and would be okay with older kids. With the right leadership, REVEL will be a great dog he has so much love for his people and honestly, can you imagine snuggling this?! Apply to adopt NOW!