Hi! My name is

Chad

AARCS ID
A45885681

SEX
Male

BREED
Siberian Husky/Alaskan Malamute/Mix

SIZE
Very Large

Date of Birth
October 13, 2018

Located In
Calgary

About Chad

Photos courtesy of Inga Morozoff Photography

Chad is affectionately called Bear and rumor has it that is what they called him before. He has been such a blessing and settled in well. Chad walks perfectly on leash and is already house trained. He already knows a few commands like sit, stay, wait, and come, and he is very smart and picks things up fast.

Fostering Chad has been like winning the lottery. The bond you will be able to make with this boy will be amazing.

“Hi!! My name is Chad! People like to call me Bear though, because that matches my big bear personality. I’m super fluffy and want nothing more than to cuddle with you!

I’m super food motivated – just bring me some tibits of chicken and I’ll be your best friend! Speaking of chicken, I need to work on my dog skills on walks… I uh… I get over excited and frustrated when I see a potential friend on walk. This can lead me to yelling “Hey, Hey, Friend!!!” and going forward towards them. It would be best to have a human that understands that I need a bit of help lowering my arousal levels around other dogs.

Using chicken is an easy way to make this happen, I look over at the other dog, and before I shout a human gives me a tidbit. It’s like chicken falls from the sky, I’m able to build up a little self control every time this happens. If you could help me with this that would be PAWESOME!

Other things I quite enjoy is lounging in the backyard as it’s really lovely out this time of year! Chewing on my bully sticks and making new friends with humans!” – xo, Chad 

Good with Cats?

NO CATS PLEASE!

Good with Dogs?

Yes, Good with Dogs, Needs proper introductions

Good with Kids?

Yes, Good with Kids

Do I Need Special Care?

Yes, Behavioral Special Needs - Chad shows excitement/frustration reactivity towards other dogs while on leash, he will need patient adopters physically capable of handling him and helping him make positive choices.

Adoption Application