Kai 11 year old male Siberian Husky

Kai is a friendly 11 year old male Siberian Husky who is looking for his forever home. Kai is vaccinated and micro-chipped. Kai is partially house-trained. Kai is ok with other dogs, but can be temperamental on occasion. Kai has lived with young children. Kai has lived with cats. Kai would benefit from an experienced new home to further his training. Homechecks in final stages, click details for updates.

Kai's Assessment
●Kai is not yet neutered but is up to date with his vaccinations and
has been micro-chipped
●Kai is partially house-trained as he has recently started urinating in
the house
●Kai currently goes on three 40 minute walks a day
●Kai is calm when he is left home alone
●Kai will be pleased to see you when you get home and occasionally jump up if he is feeling giddy!
●Kai will be excited when people arrive at the front door, he will run to the front door and occasionally bark
●Kai tends to relax in the kitchen and wants to be in and out of the
garden regularly
●Kai will sometimes follow you around the home when you are in. He can whine to ask for a walk and tends to beg for food while he watches you eat
●Kai currently eats cooked meat once a day and will not eat dry food as he does not like it, or it disagrees with his digestion
●Kai pulls sometimes when he is on the lead
●Kai understands the commands sit, come here, leave it and paw
●Kai is mostly fine with other dogs on walks but can sometimes growl
●Kai currently lives with a 3-year-old child
●Kai has never injured an animal or person before

●This dog has not been neutered yet
●This dog is vaccinated
●This dog will need to be vet checked
●This dog has lived with two cats before
●This dog is located in Leeds, West Yorkshire

Completed by Jane & Madeleine

Application Status: Homechecks in final stages

No further homechecks are currently being carried out for this dog.

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