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In shelter Dog

Onalaska, WI, 54650
Pet name:
Chow Chow
Coat length:
Koi is a 7 month old Chow Chow/Husky mix puppy who currently weighs 44 pounds.

This stunning ball of fluff is looking for an active owner to go on adventures with! He is fully of playful puppy energy and will need plenty of daily exercise to keep him happy, healthy and well behaved.

Koi is house trained as long as he is let out regularly. He is still just a puppy so he will need a consistent routine and frequent bathroom breaks. We highly recommend utilizing a crate for times when he is left unsupervised to prevent accidents.

Koi has done well with other dogs in his previous home if given a proper introduction. He does like play rough and would love a canine companion who also enjoys that.  Because he can be a bit too rough with small kids, he is looking for a home with slightly older kids (8 years and older).

Koi has a typical husky personality! He is active, goofy and friendly but also tends to be more independent.  He enjoys being near his people but isnt a big snuggler. Occasionally, though, he will get very wrapped up in belly rubs/scratches that he doesnt want you to stop and will paw at you to continue! This boy is tons of fun and cant wait to find his forever family!

***If you are interested in adopting please start by filling out an application available on our website and email it to us.


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