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What do you get when you mix a Malamute, Boxer, Amstaff and Border Collie? Well you get meeeee!!!! You see one of my parents (for the purpose of this story, let’s say Mum) was a majestic Alaskan Malamute. Flowing hair and had the beauty and strength of an Amazon goddess. Sure she was headstrong and stubborn, but also was noble with a hint of cheek.
She fell for a boy from the wrong side of the tracks. There was nothing purebred about him, he had a mixed heritage of muscle, working class lines with some goofiness and charisma all the same. There was just something about him. Imagine the story of Jack and Rose in Titanic if you will, without the icebergs and stuff.
From my mother I have inherited my love of rough play and bounciness at my tender young age. For this reason, I won’t be suitable for any small children in the event I knock them over. But any children school aged or older will be fine. She also gave me these ears which as a tender pre-pubescent female, I hope I grow into!! If not then all the better to hear you and maybe ignore you with. That’s the Malamute gene too!
I should point out that I have been taught some obedience in my foster home. I know how to sit and wait for my dinner until I am allowed to eat. Being in a house with 3 rowdy Huskies, it is every pup for themselves at dinner time! I am fed separate to prevent issues. At night I have my very own crate to sleep in and will happily curl up beside my foster sister if she lets me!
My Dad’s mixed genes have brought me lots of good traits! I am social with all I meet, yet I haven’t met a cat yet so I can’t promise anything there. I must however have at least one other fur sibling who will play with me, that is non-negotiable! I have not yet shown any need to escape but am currently within solid 5ft fences.
I am still a baby, so my mind has plenty of more learning to do! I eat my dinner from a green feeder to make me think and enjoy food puzzles and toys. The possibilities are endless! It is not just my mind that needs regular exercise, but I get lots of walks and plays at the local dog park to keep me fit and energetic!
I am not really sure what breed you could call me, and I won’t pretend to be a designer dog by any means. But I am loving and fun and the perfect addition to any family that can meet my needs. If that could be you, please go to www.shamroq.org.au/adoption for our online form. We look forward to hearing from you!