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Last Updated:  March 19, 2024

Date of Arrival:  March 16, 2024

Age:  Approx. 2 years old

Breed:  Pug/Pomeranian X

Size:  Approx. 10 lbs

Gender:  Male

Adoption Status:  Kodiak is not yet available for adoption.

(Waiting on neuter and will have eye removal surgery at the same time for congenital condition)

Must Haves:  Belly rubs!

Personality:   Kodiak is a sweet, gentle boy, who is really starting to come into his own. He loves his belly rubs and will give you a little paw when it's time for more! He has recently stared to play with toys.

House training/Pee Pad Training:  Indoor living is still fairly new to Kodiak but he is making great progress with his housetraining. His foster parents report minimal accidents in the house. Way to go Kodi!

Walks/Leash Training:  Kodiak will be learning many new things in the coming weeks, including leash training.

Children:  Kodiak has not been tested with children yet, however we feel he would be fine with dog savvy children that would respect his space as to not frighten him. He is quite small.

Dogs, Cats and Other Friends:  Kodiak is getting along with his housemates. He has even begun to initiate some play!

Ready for a belly rub!

Best Home Environment:  TBD. Preference may be given to a home with a fully fenced yard.

A note about secure fencing - While each dog is different in the level of security needed, we require the fence be of a height that the dog could not jump over (some of our dogs can easily scale a 5 foot fence), no gaps in fencing, gate is secure, and the bottom of the fence is also free from gaps or areas where a dog could dig out from underneath.

A note about being a flight risk - Flight risk can be the result of many things, including fear, lack of "street-wise" skills, or incredible curiosity for the sights, smells, and sounds on the other side of the fence. Any of these reasons could lead to the dog attempting to break free of their leash or seek out gaps so they can move past the fence.

We strongly encourage adopters to enrol in a basic obedience course with the dog they adopt. Participating in an obedience course can help build trust between human and dog, help the dog gain confidence and social interaction skills, and build strong recall skills, in addition to the on and off leash skills that basic obedience training can provide.

Health:  Kodiak has not yet completed his vetting. It does appear that he has extremely limited vision in one of his eyes.

History:  Kodiak is a breeder surrender. He came to us through a larger intake via the Boston Terrier and Pug Rescue of Southern Manitoba. We are thankful that we can play a small part in helping a larger group of dogs receive care and find warm, loving, forever homes.

Adoption Fee:  Kodiak's adoption fee is $500

Please download our application and follow instructions to apply for any of our dogs in care.

Please note we do not review and process any applications until a dog is ready for adoption.

Due to the high volume of interest in our cupcakes dogs, we regretfully cannot provide personalized responses to applicants at this time. We also are not maintaining any adoptions waitlists. Please visit our FB page where we will provide updates on how our dogs are doing as often as possible. Thank you for your understanding.



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