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Labrador Retriever, Husky, Mixed
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Dozer made it to the valley from Valdez after having some medical concerns regarding an old injury that didn't heal perfectly.  He was kicked by a moose (fenced yard would be a plus) and it caused a break in his leg.  Although it healed, it didn't heal perfectly and this poor pup just wants to run and jump like any 10 month old puppy does.  Unfortunately, Dozer needs a dedicated owner to help him build back up his strength and endurance, so short exercise burts are best.  Dozer will not be a great hiking companion because his leg just isn't what he wants it to be and gets worn out too quickly.  He would do well with someone who would be able to take him on shorter walks through the neighborhood a few times a day!  Aside from his injury, Dozer has maintained his sweet and high energy personality and would love to be a part of your home.  Dozer is working on his indoor manners and socialization since he spent his first year living outdoors but is always excited to meet people.  He reportedly does well with children but can be a bit big/jumpy for small kids.  Please call for more information or to schedule a visit to meet Dozer today!


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