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Date Posted: 08:46:57 09/05/13 Thu
Author: Jen
Subject: Free to Good loving home!

I have a male unneutered 17 month old beautiful pure Alaskan Malamute that I desperately need to rehome to someone who knows the breed and can handle a dog his size. We have had him since he was 8wks he is up to date on shots and has all his papers. I attempted to rehome him last Friday and found out he was not being properly cared for and I got him back. He is a love with no manners and too big for us to handle and in the right hands will make a beautiful pet. Other than walks and play he is an indoor pet and being a northern breed does not fair well in the hotter temps outdoors. He was raised with 3 kids, two cats and a 7 lb Chihuahua he wants to play and pounce and the size difference worries me. Recently my daughter his owner came home walked him, rolled around with him and gave him his greeting kisses as usual, she then opened a new bag of food and turned to kiss his face again and he snapped at her face. I took her to ER just to make sure she didn't need stitches and she didn't this was last week the small wounds have healed and gone. He has never done that before and doesn't show aggressive behavior as much as a dominance. Like I said he needs someone who can handle him, my daughter never liked to scold him because she didn't want to hurt his feelings, so now he thinks he can do anything. He sits gives paw will lay down when told, she has taught him hand commands too but she is 5ft nothing and he's just too much dog. I will need to know that he is going to someone that will love and take care of him not just stick him in an outside kennel. Thanks

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