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In shelter Dog

Goshen, OH, 45122
Pet name:
Padfoot aka Paddy Cakes here! I’m a young 1-2 yr old shepherd mix (possibly husky). I would like a family that is willing to be more patient with me because it takes me a little longer than other doggos to get used to my environment. I’ve been around canine and feline friends. I will need slow proper introductions with both types as I can be overly curious and anxious. 
I am all about hoomans too. sometimes I sing the song of my kind if my person isn’t in sight. Im getting better at patiently waiting until they get back though! I’m house trained, leash trained and crate trained. My foster mom takes me on these things called car rides. I LOVE THEM! I get really excited when she grabs my leash. I know a few commands like sit and wait. I definitely know I could learn more. I love squeaky toys and all treats! I also love giving kisses! I like being next to my person too when I’m sleeping. I haven’t been around any young hoomans so my foster mom doesn’t know if I like them or not. 

Experience with shepherds/huskies is a must. They love me so much, they are going to help with training for my adoptive family for 3 months! 

If you’re interested in me, fill out an application. My rescue would love to hear from you!

If you’d like to reach out to rescue, contact:
Sydney Perry
FB: Sydney Perry/A Soft Landing for Wild Things


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