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Code: BFT2022


In shelter Dog

London, ON, N5Y 5P5
Pet name:
M | 3 months | WEIGHT | Husky Mix | Spayed | UTD on shots | Kid Tested | Dog & Cat Tested | Puppy Energy

How cute is he?!
Nanook is ready to go home!

Nanook is a parvo virus survivors from a rescue mission from a tourist sled dog ring. And now he is healthy and starting to show his spunky personality!

Here’s what you need to know:
Puppy Energy: High bursts of energy then naps. All day long. 
Little bladders: Puppies need to go out every few hours to relieve themselves (1hr per month of age)
Teething: He is teething and will need an array of soft chew toys for him to munch on (ice and frozen towels work great too)
Crate: These huskyX pups can be vocal! They are working on it but will need continued training to make the crate a happy place. Puppies also try to eat EVERYTHING, so the place is the safest place for them when you cannot watch them closely.
They’ll grow: We believe that he is possibly crossed with shepherd or greyhound. So he will be a large, high energy dog. He will need plenty of space.
Smarty Pants: He is SO smart! He is also a high energy breed. He would do best to be constantly learning tricks, agility, puzzles, and staying very active. 
Human playmates: He has met kids and did exceptionally well! 
Doggy friends: he has met dogs and love to play!
Everything is Awesome: Puppies are excitable and eager to learn. He is pretty jumpy but redirects super well. Nanook just needs training and would love to be the best addition to your home!\t

If you need some extra cuteness in your life, and have the time for a puppy, apply at the link in our bio!
Bark at the Moon Animal Rescue


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