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Shepherd, Husky, Mixed
Needs trainingDino Shepherd Husky Mix .  

Get to know Dino through our "Foster-to-Adopt".  

MALE ♂ | 2 YEARS OLD | 43 LBS.  

Dino is a young and adventurous shepherd husky mix who is a puppy in mind, body, and spirit. 

He was rescued from the Riverside County Shelter and was happily welcomed to the Happy Hearts family. 

Dog friendly.  

Initially hesitant with people, but loves to be pet once warmed up to you. 

Dino is quite energetic, so he will need an active household that will work on further training him and socialization. 

Volunteers are currently working on leash training Dino and teaching him not to jump up on people when excited. 

Due to his friendly demeanor, we believe that Dino would do well in a home with other dogs and even children as long as boundaries are established. 

Dino is very sweet and looking for the perfect adopter to train him and give him the daily exercise he needs. Could that be you? If so, submit an application to set up a meet and greet with this cutie.

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