Husky, Terrier, Mixed
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Simba is a 1.5 year old, 57 lb., Husky mix.  He is very sweet with people and other dogs and has a TON of energy!! He wants to play play play! Simba would definitely do best with a very active person/family that loves to go hiking or for runs daily. His previous shelter notes that he is very affectionate, loves attention and to be petted.  His short-term foster mom says the following:“Simba had such a great weekend. We walked around the Naval Academy, took him to Bass Pro, and he had a pup cup! No accidents inside and I would argue had better house manners than a lot of other dogs we have had. He knows sit, waits patiently for his meals, and plays fetch. There was no begging or counter surfing during food prep or dinner. We did not crate him at all, he had free reign of the house and slept all night. He LOVES to give kisses. He was quick to settle down after our walks and lounged on the couch with us. If anything startles him or he is unsure he will sit between your legs for reassurance. It took awhile for him to settle down with our other dog Daisy, but she can be testy sometimes. He picks up on commands very quickly and was very responsive to his name.”Do you have room in your home for this lovely young guy?PAW places animals in the Washington, DC Metropolitan area only.


  1. American Humane Association
  2. Peeva
  3. American Veterinary Medical Association
  4. Veterinary Information Network
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