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At nine months Old this dude has a lot to learn about the world he lives in. His new owners will need to be patient and willing to guide him in the right direction.
This happy guy is fun loving and full of beans and Keeping in mind his breed he will need plenty of exercise as well as stimulation.
Koda all ready knows sit, drop and shake and will benefit from Someone who can keep continuing teaching him new tricks. Koda adores people and builds a bond fast yet does need boundries as he has had many moves in his young life he does suffer with some seperation anxiety this can be managered quite easily at this stage in the right home.
His new owners need to be willing to put in the effort with training and ongoing socialisation. The person who puts in the effort will end up with the most beautiful well rounded dog He just needs someone to look past the silly puppy behaviours and put in the hard yards.
Once this lad is all tuckered out he sure loves a good snooze with his poochy pals or his human companions.
As Koda can sometimes forget his manners and be a little boisterous he is in need of a family without young children atleast until his learnt a thing or two.
Koda gets along well with other dogs and has many doggie friends at his foster home though thinks everyone is his friend even if they don't want to be and can be very full on and rude at times he also can play very well and just simply loves running around playing with them yet his new doggie friend would need to be the right match one whom can have a play but can put him in place when they have had enough.