Meet Ford. He is 4 years old (almost 5). He’s an Alaskan Malamute/Husky/Shepherd mix. He is neutered and weighs about 80lbs. He has one blue eye and one brown eye. Great with adults/kids. He walks on a leash and does basic commands. He is not a barker but howls with sirens or other dogs on occasion. He loves the outdoors. Hiking, biking, beach, snow. He loves to ride in the car. Even on long road trips he is well behaved. He is accustomed to living indoors/outdoors. He is in great health. He is great with other dogs and loves the dog park. He is mostly a lounger especially during the summer but amps up the energy for walks, or games of fetch. He will dig in dirt only and usually by the fence line. I put bricks around my fence to deter him. A standard 6-8 foot fence should keep him in fine.
The owner who has to surrender Ford has had him since he was a puppy. Due to a living situation change, she could not keep him. He had a sister but she was already adopted. She says, “I have loved having these guys and wish they could live with me permanently but unfortunately, due to a housing situation, it did not work out. They are wonderful animals and I pray someone else will get to enjoy them the way I have”.
The owner has suffered Post Traumatic Stress in the past as well as a severe ongoing neurological disorder. Ford spent a month in the hospital with her as a service dog. He is sweet, loving, and an amazing dog. Ford was instrumental in her recovery. Please contact us here at Doggie Bonez and we will pass on the information. Fill out an application to start the process.
We are located in the Fullerton/Anaheim area