Harold is a famous 8-year old husky shepherd mix from Sasketchewan. He was found on an abandoned property with 6 other dogs and needed basic vet care. He came to HEART in January and has done amazingly well in foster care; he is a gentle, patient boy who learns quickly. From a life of permanent outdoors, he has figured out home life and the rules that go with it. Harold isn't scared of people, but he's a pensive sort and doesn't get excited around them either.
It seems as though Harold has let the "live and let live" philosophy rule his survival, as he doesn't really acknowledge the existence of other dogs.
Harold will be a perfect companion for someone who wants a quiet, calm, intelligent best friend who will accept love, but won't demand it. Harold is highly trainable and has no negative behaviors that we have witnessed.
He will be available for meets after his Feb 8 neuter surgery, though we will have to have dental work done soon (covered by HEART).
H.E.A.R.T., along with several other organizations, aims to relocate and rehome dogs from high kill situations in Northern Canada to the West Kootenays. In order to do this the dogs need to be transported from various Northern shelters.
If you are traveling between Edmonton and anywhere in the West Kootenays, please get in touch with H.E.A.R.T. at the email below. We will give you gas money and lend you all the equipment needed to help with transportation of the dogs (such as crates, bowls, food etc).
Your services will be rewarded by a grateful traveling companion that will listen to all your stories with relish and won't complain about your music choices!
Contact HEART at: firstname.lastname@example.org