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Code: BFT2022


Lost Dog

WA, 99121
Pet name:
Greyhound, Alaskan Husky
Yellow or Golden, Tan or Cream, White
Coat type:
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Collar info:
Red, rechargable LED
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He has faint husky patterns. Bred as a Malamute/ Alaskan Husky mushing dog, very human friendly and dependent. Greyhound genes are most apparent.
Very friendly, loves humans. Service dog. Handler's health is suffering since separation. Do not chase, he thinks you will be playing. Call, shake a rope or towel, and run a bit away from him, repeat, and he will come to you. Loves juicy treats. Knows what a ball is. partially trained to give hugs (tap legs and put hands out while saying "paws up") Will also "sit pretty" for treats (after getting paw, ask "sit pretty" he puts one paw over the other). Knows "kisses" but reluctant to give them to others. Will "brace" when going from kneeling to standing using his shoulders.


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