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Kiva (20220725-01)   

In shelter Dog

Niagara Falls, ON, L2E 5J4
Pet name:
Kiva (20220725-01)
Gender:
Female
Breeds:
Husky
Date:
07/29/2022
Age:
Adult
Colors:
Brindle
Size:
Large
Description:
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Name: Kiva (20220725-01)
Weight: 79lbs
Age: 5 years
Gender: female
Spayed/Neutered: yes
Breed: husky mix
Colour: brindle

Neck size (for collar): large
Height (from top of head):
Length (from nose to base of tail):
Crate size recommended: large

Good with adults: Yes
Good with kids: yes
Good with other dogs: yes, gets super excited and wants to play with them. Can scare little dogs sometimes because of her size.
Good with cats: yes, she won’t hurt them. Loves to chase them to try to play.
House trained: yes
Crate trained: yes
Energy level: medium to high…she gets very excited but then calms down after a few minutes
Can be handled/touched: yes
Barker: does not bark a lot. Only barks at those she hasn’t met before.
Flight risk: No
Food aggressive: No
Walks on leash: yes
Rides well in car: yes, but not a lot of experience . Crate preferably
Destructive: she loves to dig if she gets bored. She needs toys and plenty of exercise.
Needs a home with a yard: yes
Needs a home with another dog: not necessary
Can live in an apartment: No

Foster insights/story- she was a stray that wandered onto the fosters home and never left…super skinny when she arrived. They fostered her but no one offered to adopt her and after about a months or so they then we decided to adopt her. She’s been with them for 5 years now living in the country. She is not good around chickens unless there is a very good coop system in place. They were very sad to give her up but their living situation changed and does not currently permit them to have animals.

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