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Bolt

Gender: Male
Breed: Husky
Status: Adoptable
A YOUNG MAN WITH AN OLDER SOUL:  3 years old / 55 lbs.  Mostly Mutts adoption center is open Mon-Sat. 11-4pm. Some of us are in foster homes so please call 770-272-6888 1st to find out if I’m available to meet during the week.  I was adopted from Mostly Mutts in Feb. of 2019 & my family said I was a “great” dog!  However, they have moved to a home that doesn’t allow dogs, so I’m back with Mostly Mutt’s looking for my furever home!  The below information is from my first stay with MM’s, & a little info. from my former owner but not much, so we’ll be gathering new information about me very soon & will update my profile a soon as possible.  I was initially shy when first rescued, but once I realized everyone loved me, I learned to trust & love people.  When I saw my foster mom, I did a cute little dance with her!  I like to play with toys a bit & haven’t minded sharing them with people, but I’m not sure about sharing them with other dogs, so use caution until you know for sure. I also enjoy cuddling & will lay my head on your leg or arm.  I didn’t get on the furniture in my former foster home, but don’t know about the home I was adopted into, but I could jump over furniture - LOL.  I was a very laid back, go with the flow dog – not your typical Husky for sure, so that may still be the case, we’re checking!  I’m slightly mouthy in an affectionate way when the people I love came home, but I’m sure I’ll learn not to do that with your gentle guidance.  In my former foster home, I’d met & interacted with about 8 other dogs of many sizes.  I’d play & dance around with them IF they initiate the play, otherwise I’d just watch.  I did like to eat in peace, so please don’t let others bother me when I eat.  I’d only given a small growl though as if to say, “please let me eat”.  I’d also met kids from ages 4 to 16 & I enjoyed their attention & petting, so if you have kids, let’s meet.  Probably best no toddlers that I may step on when I get excited & dance.  Kids & adults alike will need to be responsible enough to use caution at doors, as I may run out them & get lost. As I had become more comfortable in my former foster home, my urgency for wanting to leave decreased, but please still be vigilant in this area as I was originally found as a lost dog on the run by animal control.  I was working on my potty training in my former foster home & you may want to have me wear a belly band initially as I had lifted my leg in the home, however the family that adopted me for a few months said I was potty trained, so not sure exactly where I am with this.  I didn’t like being crated in my foster home & would howl loudly about that as well as when I was left, so I wouldn’t be a good fit for an apartment/condo type home. I also shouldn’t be left unattended (or unleashed initially) in a fenced yard as I can jump a 6-foot fence easily & I am a bit of a digger. Perhaps leash walks will be best for me!  I love walks, & previously enjoyed a gentle stroll & I walk well on my leash too though loud cars startled me, & I’d give a little jolt, so just keep a nice hold of my leash.  I didn’t formerly bother things in my foster home that I shouldn’t & in general, I was very quiet unless I’m in my crate or alone. Energy level: 3-5 we think. I'm current on vaccinations, micro-chipped, neutered, & my adoption fee is $299.00.

 

 

Our Mission

The mission of Mostly Mutts Animal Rescue and Adoption, Inc. is to work closely with animal control officers and other rescue organizations to reduce the number of animals entering into and being euthanized at local shelters.  Mostly Mutts provides housing, health care, training, physical and emotional care to adoptable animals, while we work toward finding them a loving home.  Mostly Mutts is also involved in the community with education and awareness programs primarily in the Metro Atlanta Area